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Premiere Pro CS6 – Sky Replacement using Warp Stabilizer, Three Way Color Corrector, Adjustment Layers & More
In this tutorial I talk about some basic compositing techniques that let you do a sky replacement right within Premiere Pro CS6. Using tools including the Warp Stabilizer, Three Way Color Correction Effect, and CS6’s new adjustment layers we create a basic sky replacement right in the edit.
You’ll be surprised how easy this technique is and how much flexibility you have to perform effects right in the timeline.
Thanks to the NLE Ninja for giving some great tutorial suggestions that inspired this tutorial and more to come.
Credits: Thanks to John Gumaer for doing the intro sound design.
Borrowing from it’s sister application After Effects, Premiere Pro CS6 has added the hugely powerful concept of Adjustment Layers directly into the editing environment. This new feature is an amazing advancement for tasks such as color correction, but its uses are infinite.