Adding Transition Effects with Premiere Pro CS6

by Allisa Carter on May 30, 2012

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It’s so easy to shoot video footage these days, and not just fuzzy low-​​quality video. Heck, even my phone can record HD video! But while it’s eas­ier than ever to cap­ture all the sweet and excit­ing moments in our lives, the clips don’t just assem­ble them­selves into a pol­ished movie that peo­ple might be will­ing to watch.

That’s where Maxim Jago’s new course Get­ting Started with Pre­miere Pro CS6 comes in, pro­vid­ing you with a sim­ple, straight­for­ward intro­duc­tion to this great non­lin­ear edit­ing sys­tem. From the basics of the inter­face and fun­da­men­tal edit­ing tech­niques, to work­ing with effects, titles, and audio, to out­putting your fin­ished projects, you’ll learn what you need to know to har­ness the full power of Pre­miere Pro CS6.

In this free les­son Maxim shows you how to do my favorite part of putting together a movie project — adding tran­si­tion effects between two clips. There are so many dynamic and engag­ing ways to con­nect two clips together, beyond just the stan­dard straight cut. In fact, there are so many that it’s easy to get car­ried away try­ing out dif­fer­ent effects. Luck­ily Maxim also shows you how to remove spe­cial effects. Check it out!

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