Beginner Video Editing Tutorial
Need: Adobe Creative Cloud membership (or trial) to get Adobe Premiere Pro
Have you ever wondered how to make a video clip that is shaky into one that is smooth?
Sometimes I get into a situation where I don't have a gimbal but ended up filming a small clip of a vacation or a photo shoot that I want to later use in a video. Because I was hand holding my camera, it is often shaky and moving around a lot which is super distracting and not a pleasant viewing experience. I'm going to teach you a super quick way to FIX that in Adobe Premiere Pro!
The next step and tip I would suggest is rendering these clips. Depending on what you have done to other clips in your timeline you may want to render them as well. On your timeline right under the numbers, you should see red, yellow, or green bars for each clip. I recommend rendering any clip that is yellow or red, but especially red. This will allow you to playback the clip (with any effects including the warp stabilizer above) without freezing on your computer screen.
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