Catch a Knife in Premiere Pro (5 Editing Tricks)

//Catch a Knife in Premiere Pro (5 Editing Tricks)

Learn how to catch a knife with 5 simple editing tricks in Adobe Premiere Pro. In this tutorial you will learn how to create an action scene like Mr. Right the Hollywood film.

Video editing can make you a super hero! That’s what I love so much about this art. From flying to shooting fire, anything is possible. So when it comes down to flying knifes, Adobe Premiere Pro is there to help us again.

Catching a knife, an arrow or anything else is actually super easy to do. It’s one of the oldest tricks in the editing book. Back when film was just invented, filmmakers from that time could already pull off an a knife catching editing trick. And that was almost 100 years before Premiere Pro was invented.

The cool thing about many special effects is that it usually only takes a simple cut or a camera swipe. Of course, showing you guys how to make a simple cut won’t be so exciting, that’s why we’ve got 4 different techniques in the video above. Where one is a simple cut, the other requires some more effort in Adobe Premiere Pro.

Mr right Catching Knife


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2018-12-28T17:50:34+00:00December 28th, 2018|Premiere Pro Tutorials|1 Comment

About the Author:

Graduated in 2012 from filmschool, I immediately started as freelance cameraman for commercial work. Quickly I was noticed by educational platform Tuts+, where I made over 25 online courses about film making and video editing. Here is where the passion started for sharing my experience on Youtube since 2014.

One Comment

  1. Oren Azad December 29, 2018 at 3:29 am - Reply

    Awesome! Could you let us know what Song was used at the begging of the video or where we could find it? Thanks!

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