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5 animation tips in Premiere Pro you should know

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Adobe Premiere Pro Tutorials

Animations, ease in, ease out, Keyframing, motion design, premiere pro, smooth

5 Basic and Easy animation tips for Adobe Premiere Pro. Learn how to take the most out of your graphic and text animations with these simple tips and tricks tutorial video.

As you saw in the video, Jordy still has long hair. I know it isn’t that great, but no worries he went to the hairdresser and is looking good now. However if Jordy has long hair in this video, that means that it’s Jordy from a few weeks ago. And you are right, we again needed to prerecord this video because we don’t have enough time to combine the short movie with making YouTube videos. That’s why we decided to cover a fairly easy topic in todays video, Keyframing.

Don’t get me wrong, keyframing maybe easy. But is super crucial in making realistic animations. And if you neglect fine tuning them, your audience will immediately see that the animation is fake. There is one thing we mention in almost every video we make when doing animations. After you created a keyframe, you need to provide it with an Ease Out (for the begin keyframe) and a Ease In ( for the end keyframe). This will give that smooth motion and realistic feel.

Personally I find keyframing within After Effects much better and smoother due to the more advanced tool you have there. But Premiere Pro is also perfect to create your animations in. I’m just a very big fan of using expressions in my animations. This will give that something extra to your motion design, really selling it. If you are also interested in expressions like me, you should definitely check out an older video we made about it.

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This video was supported by Storyblocks Video, an easy to use site full of stock footage, After Effects templates, backgrounds, motion Graphics and much more.

3 thoughts on “5 animation tips in Premiere Pro you should know”

  1. Hi Jordy
    I’ve been following you for three years and I’ve learned a lot from your tutorials and advice.
    I now use a PC with W10 64 for Premiere CC 2019 and AE.
    I make movies in Full HD and I would also like to do something in 4K.
    The configuration I use is in the annex.
    I want a faster and more powerful system.
    What do you suggest me:
    Processor: Core i9 or Xeon, and which MB
    How much and what kind of memory
    Which graphics card: GF or Quadro
    Hard Disk
    I would not exceed € 5,000
    Now I use Core i 7700K 4.2 GHZ 32 GB Ram MB Asus H170 LGA 1151 NVIDIA GF GTX 1080 4K W1064
    Thank you.


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