Directional Blur With Premiere Pro Youtube Video Tutorial
Always on the lookout, carefully screening as usual for awesome tutorials to help everyone learn Adobe Premiere Pro skills, we came across this Premiere Pro CC 2017 tutorial by Youtuber Olufemii Tutorials. In this video you’ll learn how to create what he calls “Directional Blur”, and when you see the video, you’ll understand why!
Premiere Pro Blurring Techniques
Pay close attention to the video around 00:54 in, and again around 1:26. Of course, there are other examples, but those give you a good idea of the project at hand here. Ya, we thought you would love it! Pretty cool, huh?
Now, as you may know, there are quite a few changes from the older version with Premiere Pro CC 2017. But don’t worry, we are screening for Premiere Pro video tutorials that use that latest version. Olufemii Tutorials does a great job with this recent, June 30th edition, showing you exactly how to pull off a very cool Premeire Pro blur effect in Premiere Pro CC 2017.
You see this kind of effect in a lot in music videos, and often in commercials and movies. And for good reason; because it looks great, adding cinema quality enhancments to the footage that increases the entertainment value. And anything that makes a video more interesting is a great thing.
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The video is only about 4min long, and the instruction basically begins at 1:58 if you want to jump straight to the punchline. So you’ll be able to try this in practically no time, and we would consider it beginner friendly. Of course, we always encourage you just dive in and try anything because…why not? What do you have to lose? You could just come away with a really usefull new skill. If not, you tried. And we are proud of you anyway! So if you’re a beginner, put on some music you like, or whatever you do to get into the feel of things, and try it.
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But back to the video tutorial…this blur technique is definately worth learning, because it will give your videos an energetic, interesting style that is currently very popular. For instance, this is virtually in the same style as those attention-grabbing effects used in the tv series, Sherlock. It’s sure to come in handy for your videos in the future…or maybe even right now.
Of course, with Premiere Pro there are usually other ways to come away with the same effect, or something similar, so if we find something that works efficiently and turns out as good, we’ll be sure to show you here on Video Graphics Edge!
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And be sure to visit our blog for our next Best Of Youtube Premiere Pro Video Tutorials, where we’ll show you a video that helps you create a captivating write-on text effect in your videos using Premiere Pro!
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