TIP Video Workshop Adobe Premiere Clip Effects Presented by Peter Vince Toledo High Language Arts/Spanish/Video Production How to Add Effects to Clips in Adobe Premiere Effects in Premiere: Choosing an Effect Place your clips on the timeline. Go to the “Effects” window. If it isn’t open, go to the File Menu, then to “Window” and click on “Hide Video Effects” to toggle to the “Show Video Effects” mode. Click on the “Video” tab to bring the “Effects” options to the foreground. Effects in Premiere: Dragging and Dropping an Effect Drag and drop the effect you’ve chosen on to the clip you want. Effects in Premiere: Setting Parameters Most “Effects” have sliders you can adjust in the “Effect Controls” window. If the “Effect Controls” window is not open, go to the File Menu, click on “Window” then click on “Hide Video Effects” to toggle back to the “Show Video Effects” mode. Effects in Premiere: Using “Setup” Another way to change the parameters of an “Effect” is to click on the “Setup” option if the “Effect” has that component available. Premiere provides sliders and other options for you to explore and take advantage of. Effects in Premiere: Once you have set the parameters for an effect, you must “render” it. Go to “Timeline” on the File Menu and click on “Render Work Area.” Effects in Premiere: Deleting an Effect If you want to delete an effect, open the “Effects Control” window, select the “effect” you don’t want, then click on the trash can on the bottom right of the window. The selected “Effect” will bold when you click on it. Effects in Premiere: Key Frames “Key Frames” allow you to determine how much of an effect will be applied at any frame through a clip. “Key Frames” are especially useful when you set a start point for an effect with specific settings, then set an end point for the effect with different specific settings. Effects in Premiere: Setting Key Frames To set “Key Frames” for an effect: Set the “Timeline” play head at the beginning of a clip. Go to the “Effects Control” window. Set the parameters for how you want the beginning of the effect to appear. Click on the “square” next to the “F” (which indicates that the effect is in place). A “clock” icon will appear to indicate an initial “key frame”. Effects in Premiere: Setting Key Frames (cont.) Set the “Timeline” play head at the end of the chosen clip. Go to the “Effects Control” window. Set the parameters for how you want the end of the effect to appear. Position the yellow “Work Area” bar over the clip and render it.
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