Curious Refuge AI Filmmaking Course: Reviewed
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by Better Editor
2w ago
What is AI Filmmaking? AI Filmmaking represents a revolutionary approach to creating films, leveraging artificial intelligence to automate and enhance various aspects of the production process. Mainly this includes generating stunning cinematic images from mere prompted words.  Styles of images are limited only by the imagination and can run the gamut from 1950s noir to modern day Pixar animation and everything in between.  AI Filmmaking techniques promise to transform how stories are thought of, created, and told, democratizing what once were sophisticated filmmaking methods for a ..read more
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Automation Blocks for Premiere Pro
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by Better Editor
1M ago
Editing is great – I mean I’ve made a career out of it, but even then I do get tired of the monotony of some of the repetitive tasks that the job entails. Likely, I’m not alone. Luckily there are smarter people in the world than me and they’re able to solve these headaches more efficiently than I can. With that, I’d like to introduce the innovative minds at Mamoworld. Mamoworld is a staple in plugin development for Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro and they’ve released a revolutionary plugin called Automation Blocks that is here to automate the mundane editing tasks that ke ..read more
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Streamline Data Management with Duplicate Directory v2
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by Better Editor
3M ago
Today is a big day.  If you’ve been here before or taken my Advanced Workflows course, there’s a chance you’ve come across Duplicate Directory, a great way to duplicate folder structures without files.   Now say hello to Duplicate Directory v2!  Hands down the easiest way to copy folders without files and copy files without folders!  Available for Mac and PC. If you’re anything like me, you probably deal with heaps of media files and folders daily. Whether you’re an editor, a developer, a designer, a photographer, or just a digital hoarder, keeping ..read more
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Preventing Proxy File Relinking in Premiere Pro
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by Better Editor
5M ago
Yeah, That’s Annoying Sick of always reconnecting proxy files when you open your Adobe Premiere Pro project?  Me too. It’s such an annoying problem that seems to occur when moving projects between computers or changing storage locations.   How To Fix Unlinked Proxy Files? Watch this quick tip for an easy solution that prevents proxy file relinking in Premiere Pro. In it, you’ll learn to: Detach Proxy Files Reattach Proxy Files And in the process, you’ll learn how to use Premiere’s Search Panel to show only files with proxies or show only video files ..read more
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Batch Export Stills in Premiere Pro with Permanent Markers
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by Better Editor
9M ago
Have you ever needed to export a bunch of still images from Premiere Pro?  You know, like maybe you want to experiment with thumbnail options or your producer has asked you to create a shotlog that includes an image for every single clip in an edit.  In Premiere, there was no good way to do this, until now. What is Permanent Markers? Permanent Markers is the Premiere Pro extension that lets you batch export still frames from sequences in Premiere Pro.   Permanent Markers will export a still image in your timeline at every marker location or you can filter exports based ..read more
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Delete Default Export Presets in Premiere Pro
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by Better Editor
1y ago
If you’re like me, you probably have your own preferred export presets that you use in Premiere Pro. The only problem is that these custom presets can get mixed up with all of the generic default presets that come with the software. This can be pretty frustrating because you just want to see the stuff that you made and that you actually use. Now, if you’ve ever tried to clean things up in the preset manager, you may have noticed that there’s no easy way to remove the system presets. It can be a real pain, but I’ve got a solution that can help you out. Let’s jump into Finder (or Windows Expl ..read more
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How to Make Glow Effects in Premiere Pro
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by Better Editor
2y ago
Do you need some easy glow effects and transitions when editing in Premiere Pro? Follow along as I show you how to use some of Premiere’s built-in tools (not third-party plugins) to create glow transitions in your videos. We’ll cover a soft glow transition that’s perfect for interviews and slow motion as well as a fast zoom glow that works great with fast cuts.  Music and footage provided by Artlist & Artgrid (affiliate links):  MORE FROM THE BLOG Learning You Can Learn Adobe Premiere: FREE Course with FREE Footage A FREE 10-part course that will teac ..read more
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Video Editing with One Hand
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by Better Editor
2y ago
The only sure thing in this world is there are no sure things.  Chaos rules.  Recently chaos caught up with me in the form of an abrupt stop.  As a casual mountain biker, I was enjoying myself early one morning when the rock-covered ground, unprovoked, rudely attacked my left shoulder with such force that my collar bone snapped into 3 pieces.  Chaos 1 – Chris 0. The minimal recovery time for a guy in his mid-30s with a break like mine is 12 weeks.  As a video editor, that meant 12 weeks of one-handed video editing.  Without a dedicated hand for the keyboard and ..read more
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Dallas Taylor Talks Sound Design & Audio Mixes
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by Better Editor
2y ago
Do you want to know more about audio mixing?  How about sound design?  Great!  I recently had a chat with creative sound designer, Dallas Taylor, about the basics of audio mixing and sound design.  Watch the full interview below to see Dallas pull back the curtain on why it’s important to send a video’s audio to a professional mixer and exactly what happens when they sweeten a mix. Transcription Chris Salters  0:00   Hey guys, it’s Chris with better editor and today I’m doing something a little bit different. I am talking to Dallas Taylor from Defa ..read more
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How To Add a Stroke to Video Clips in Premiere Pro
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by Better Editor
2y ago
Do you enjoy the Strokes?  No, not the band – I mean adding strokes to text, objects, etc so they have cool borders and what not.  For as simple a thing as adding a stroke to something in Photoshop or After Effects, Premiere Pro (and DaVinci Resolve) make this seemingly easy task nearly impossible.  So how do you add a stroke or a border to a video clip in Premiere Pro?  The trick is using the effects you have in a new way to achieve the look you need.  Nifty enough, this trick is ubiquitous for all other NLEs, including DaVinci Resolve. Enough chit-chat.&nbs ..read more
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