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Premiere Pro for FPV Video Editing

Here is the second video in our series Premiere Pro for FPV Video Editing. In this tutorial, we will explore The Dolly Zoom effect and's free smooth transitions pack.

The Dolly Zoom:

There are 2 ways the dolly zoom can be performed. Zooming out while the camera is moving forward or zooming in while the camera is moving away. In FPV video it adds a sense of build up that I like to use right before a transition into another clip. The idea is to give the sense that the background is expanding as you move toward it. Free Smooth Transitions Pack:

In FPV, our moves or tricks use either roll, pitch or yaw. These moves create a perfect platform to transition into another scene. When paired with a transition effect that follows that movement into the next clip, you can achieve a seamless transition that creates more excitement in your video.

The video below will explain how to use these effects in Adobe Premiere Pro


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Go Blynn
Go Blynn
05 abr 2020

Would rather see videos on Davinchi Resolve. Too many issues with Premiere that a paid subscription software shouldn't have. Besides: Adobe is a data mining company. I wish they'd sell off their creative division to a company that cares about creative work. I'd rather not give my money to that. I quit Adobe in November '19. Feels good! Resolve is free, Fusion is free (within Resolve). Resolve has evolved from the film color grading tool of choice to a very powerful editor and effects/compositing package.

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