We all know the Adobe Premiere Pro’s built-in transitions are pretty boring and don’t provide much customization. Usually, you can use After Effects for fancy transitions. But, it’s always nice having some native effects and presets to use in Premiere Pro so you don’t have to even open After Effects.
Let’s take a look at how to make some custom transitions that aren’t terrible.
If you’re lazy and just want to download my presets, go for it.
With this trick, you can add effects to source clips, enabling the effect across your entire timeline.
This helps when you need to apply the same effect to the same shot across your entire timeline.
Move your playhead in Adobe Premiere Pro from anywhere in your timeline with this simple little trick.
You’ll need a mouse with a third button, like a scroll-wheel, that you can map to a custom keystroke. read more ➝
In this tutorial, I show how to take someone out of your shot in both Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro. read more ➝