Learn the PREMIERE PRO CC BASICS in 20 MINUTES! Tutorial for beginners

[Music] Hello creative filmmakers,
thanks for watching Orange83. In this video you’re going to learn all the
basics for Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018. All the things that I cover in this tutorial
mostly apply to older versions, like CC 2017 and CS6. This tutorial is meant for beginners or anyone
who would like to start using Adobe Premiere, and also, if you are a daily user of Premiere,
you might learn something from this video. If you want, you can practice
along with this tutorial, I’ve used clips from videvo.net, it’s
a great source for free stock footage. You can start downloading right away
without the need to sign up. I will put the download links
in the video description. If you apply the things that
you learn in this tutorial, you should be able to make
a short movie like this. [Cinematic music] [Sound of sea waves washing up] Now it’s time to start editing
inside Premiere. I’m using a Windows 10 PC
for this tutorial, but most of the things that I cover inside
Premiere are similar on a Mac OS. And once you’ve got Premiere started,
this is the first screen you will see. Let’s start a new project
by clicking this button. Let’s change the name for
this project into ‘Tutorial’. And below that you can also set
the path for your project file. Make sure to select the directory
with enough free disk space. We’re going to leave all
the other settings on default because these are the more advanced
settings for the project file. And in this tutorial we will
only cover the basics. Now let’s click OK to further
open up Premiere. If you’re using CC 2018 then this
is the default layout at startup. Now, in case your layout looks
very different than mine, then you can change this
inside the Window menu and then go to Workspace and select
Editing to get the default layout. For now we’re going to use
the Color layout. This is the one that
I mostly use. The only difference with the
Editing layout is that this layout adds a couple of color correction
and color grading panels. I’m going to tell you more about
color grading later on in this tutorial. You can also quickly switch between the layouts
with the buttons here on top of the screen. You can also fully customize
the setup to your own preference. Let’s take this Effects panel,
for example, you can click here and then
hold it with the left mouse button and then you can drag it
to any place you prefer. And, if you like to, you can also
place it between existing panels. But for now I’ll put this one
back to the default position. And, by the way, you can also
move it inside an existing panel. Okay, I think we covered
the Layout part enough for now. Let’s move over to the Project panel and
there we’re going to import some footage. The Project panel is the place where you’ll
find all the imported items for your project, like video, audio and stills. Now we’re going to import some of the
clips that I’ve downloaded from videvo.net. You can right-click here in the Project
panel and then select Import. Inside Windows this will
open up a browser window and inside Mac OS this
will open up the Finder. You can then select all the necessary
files for your project and then click Open. And, as you can see, all the selected files
are now imported inside the Project panel. Currently we are watching
the Thumbnail view. With this button you can also
switch to a Detailed List view. This view will give you a lot of essential
information about the clips that you’ve imported. For example, you can see fps
and also the video resolution. I prefer to have the Frame Rate column
next to the Video Resolution column. And luckily you can do this
inside Premiere. So, now we’ve got all the necessary
information to create the first sequence. A sequence is an object inside your project
where you can assemble your clips. A sequence can consist of multiple
video and audio tracks on a timeline. A project can contain multiple sequences,
and also an individual sequence… …can also include another
sequence on its timeline. All this info might be confusing
or even a bit overwhelming, perhaps. Let’s just create the
first sequence and I’m sure it will get a lot more
clear when you see the timeline. You can manually create a new sequence
by clicking the New button and then select Sequence. And in the next window you can manually
select a preset for your sequence. You can, for example, select DSLR and then
select the desired resolution and frame rate. This might be the way to go if you have
a specific output format requested from a client, for example. But if you are not limited to a
specific resolution or frame rate, then I would suggest to use
the following option: If you look inside the Project panel
in the Detailed List view, you can see that most of the footage is 25 fps
with a resolution of 1920 by 1080. So, it would be best to use
a sequence with these settings. Although Premiere is pretty good
in handling different frame rates, it’s always best to stick to
the frame rate of your footage and that’s exactly what we’ll
do with the following option. If you right-click one of the video files
and then select New Sequence From Clip, Premiere will create a new sequence
based on the settings of the video file and Premiere will also import
that clip to the timeline. Here you can see that Premiere has also
created a sequence file in the Project panel. You can recognize a sequence
object by this little icon here. And when we take a look at
the properties of this sequence you’ll see that it has the same settings
as the file that we created this from: 25 fps and 1920 by 1080. You can also change the name of
the sequence, simply left-click on it and then type anything you like. Enough about the sequences for now,
let’s move over to the timeline. The timeline is separated
in two parts. The tracks in the top part
are mainly for visual content, like videos, stills and other
video editing objects. And the bottom tracks are for audio content,
like music, sound effects and voiceovers. And, as you can see, the clip that
we’ve used to create this sequence does not contain any audio. You can scrub through the timeline
by left-clicking the time indicator and then drag it to
the left or the right. If you want to trim or shorten
a clip on the timeline you can move the mouse pointer to the edge
of the clip and a red icon will appear. Left-click and then move the mouse to the
point where you want to cut the track. Of course, you can also do the same
at the beginning of the clip. By holding the left mouse button you can move
an item on the timeline anywhere you prefer. So, now we’ve got one clip on
the timeline, let’s add some more. You can do this by simply dragging the footage
items from the Project panel to the timeline. Let’s take the clip
with the little frog. Left click and then drag it
over to the timeline. And, again, if you scrub
through the timeline you can directly preview the
results in the project monitor. Now, let’s say we want
to shorten the first clip. You can do this in the same way that
I showed you earlier in this tutorial, but that would leave a space between
the first and the second clip. Then you also need to move
the second clip to fill up the gap. Now, Premiere has got a great solution
for that and it’s called Ripple Edit. If you do the same steps while holding
the ctrl key on your keyboard you will see a yellow icon
instead of a red one. And now when you shorten a clip, the other clips
on the timeline will automatically connect. And of course you can do this
at both sides of the clip. And, as you can see, we’ve now shortened
both clips without a gap between them. Another way to trim the footage that
you would like to use in your project is to double-click it in the Project panel
and it will open up in the Source monitor. In there you can preview the clip and then set
IN and OUT points for the part you want to use. Let’s say we only want
to use this part of the clip, then we set an IN point with this icon
or you use the “I” key on your keyboard. And let’s say we want to use it until this part of
the clip, then we need to set an OUT point. And now that we’ve got the
selection ready for this clip you can simply drag it
over to the timeline. Next we’re going to take a look at another
tool that is available for editing on the timeline. Right next to the timeline you’ve got
a small panel with a couple of tools. So far we’ve only been using the Selection tool,
which can be activated with the “V” key. Another tool that you will use a lot if you start
editing with Premiere is the Razor tool. This tool can also be activated
with the “C” key. The small knife blade icon is already
an indication for what this tool can do. You can use this tool
to cut any track in half. Simply hover over and left-click
to cut the clip in two parts. Let’s zoom in on the timeline
so you can see the results. You can zoom in on the timeline by holding the Alt key
combined with the scroll wheel on your mouse. If I now again use the selection tool
we can separate the two parts of the clip. Let’s attach the two
separated parts and next we’re going to look at
transitions between the clips. For that we need to go
to the Effects panel. Inside the Effects panel you’ll find
a couple of categories of effects that are available to apply
to your footage. And one of them is the
Video Transitions category. In this video we’re going to look
at the most common transitions that are available for free
inside Premiere. You will find them inside
the Dissolve section. The Cross Dissolve transition is
the default transition inside Premiere. You can also switch to another
default transition, simply right-click and then select
“Set selected as default transition”. Let’s apply the Dip to Black
to the first two Clips. You can apply a transition by dragging
them over to the timeline and place them right
between two clips. And now this is how
the transition looks. And we’re going to apply the Cross
Dissolve between the other two clips. And, as you can see, Premiere applied
the transition at the end of the clip and not between the two clips. This sometimes happens inside
Premiere without a good reason. But there’s a way to fix this. You need to go to the
Effects Control Panel and then at the Alignment Options you
need to select “Center at Cut”. And, as you can see, the transition is perfectly
centered and this is how the transition looks. Now, in case you would like to apply
the same smooth zoom transitions that I did in the beginning
of this video, you can watch the video that
I’ve linked on top of the screen. So far we’ve only used
clips without audio, so now we will import a clip
that also includes some audio. You can also import files by dragging
them directly from an Explorer window to Premiere Pro. And now when I drag this clip over to
the timeline you’ll see two tracks appear, one for video and one for audio. Now when I give the timeline
a playback by hitting the spacebar, you will also hear the audio
preview for the project. [Beach ambience sound] And you can also stop the playback
by hitting the spacebar. If you want to see a bit more of the waveform
you can increase the height of the track. Next, I will also import a file
that only contains audio. it’s a free to use background
music track from YouTube. If you want to know more about royalty-free
music for online videos, then click the link above. And you can also simply drag this over
to the Project panel inside Premiere. And we will place this background music on the
second track, right below the other audio track. And let’s also give this one a quick
playback by hitting the spacebar. [Cinematic music] Next, we’re going to create
some titles. And we will also give them
a bit of animation. For now I will mute the
background music track, so we don’t have that much noise
when we do a quick preview. You can mute or unmute audio by clicking
this “M” icon next to the track. Now, let’s say we want
to add a title to the movie, somewhere here in the middle. We can do this by
using the Type tool. You’ll find it here in the menu
next to the timeline. And you could also enable it by
using the “T” key on your keyboard. Once enabled, you can create a text box
inside the Preview window by holding the left mouse button.
And then you can start typing. In this case we’ll type
“INTO THE WILD”. And now that we’ve created
some text, you can also see that a new track has been
created in the timeline. This object on a timeline is
an Essential Graphics layer and if you want to edit this, then you
need the Essential Graphics panel. In my layout you can find it here, but
if you don’t have this panel enabled, you can do this inside the Window menu
and then select Essential Graphics. With this Essential Graphics panel you
can change some options to the text. First I will select the text and
then I will increase the size. You can do that
with this slider. If you increase the size of the text too much
it will fall outside the text box. You can fix this by either lowering the text
size or increase the size of the text box. And, as you can see, you can
do that with the Selection tool. And you can also use it
to reposition the text. Now let’s be a bit more
creative with the title. I’m going to select the middle word of
the title and I’m going to resize the text. Then I’m going to change
the weight of the font, and I will also reposition the text. And now I will add another
layer of text. Again, I’m using the Type tool
to create a new text box. And inside the Essential Graphics panel you
can see that there’s a new Text layer created. The red line next to the text box
indicates the size of the text and, as you can see, it’s too large,
so we need to decrease the size. Let’s add some more text, in this case
I’m going to add “EPISODE II”, because this is actually my second
Premiere Basics Tutorial. I uploaded the first one a year ago
when I started this channel. And now, 70 videos later, I’m happy
to make another one. So, if you like my tutorials and you would
like to know more about Premiere, then please consider
to subscribe. Back to the title! We’ve now created two text layers and
we’re going to add another Shape layer. You can do this by clicking the New icon
here in the Essential Graphics panel. And then we’ll select Rectangle. Then I’m going to use the Selection tool to cover
the entire title with the Rectangle shape. In the Essential Graphics panel I’m going to disable
the Fill and I’m going to enable the Stroke. And I’m going to increase
the size to 17, and a little bit of repositioning so
the title is centered inside this box. Next we’re going to do a little bit
of basic animation for the title. First, make sure you’ve got the Essential
Graphics layer selected on the timeline and then move over to
the Effects Control Panel. I will first close all the layers
so we’ve got a better overview. Here you can also see the three Essential
Graphics layers that we just created. Inside the Effects Control Panel
go to the Motion section and then enable Keyframes. With a key frame you can assign
a specific value to an object. And if you create multiple keyframes, you can
create a transition between the values. Sounds confusing but it’s very easy,
let me show you how this works. You can enable keyframes
by clicking the Stopwatch icon and as you can see here, this has now
created a keyframe on the timeline. I’ll put it a bit forward in time because
this will be the final position. And when I change the horizontal value
here it will create a new keyframe. And now, when we do a playback between the
two keyframes, you can see the animation. We can make the animation a bit more
smoother by right-clicking the keyframe and select “ease in” for the last keyframe
and “ease out” for the first keyframe. This might sound a bit opposite
but it’s the right way to do it. So, now when we give it a playback you’ll
see that it goes a bit more smoother. The final thing to cover
before we do an export is color correction and color grading. The last clip that we imported is our victim
for some color correction and color grading. We’re going to do this inside
the Lumetri Color panel. If you don’t see it you can activate it in
the window menu and then select Lumetri Color. In this case it’s already enabled because
we’ve selected the Color workspace. In this tutorial I will only cover the basics
of the Lumetri Color Panel. I’ve also made a dedicated
video only for this tool, so if you want to learn more about
color correction and color grading then definitely watch that video. We’re going to start with the Basic Correction
section to do some color correction. Let’s say we want to reduce the whites
to get a bit more details in the clouds, then we can use this slider
to correct it. You could also try the Highlight slider
that might even give a better result. And now we’ve got a lot
more details in the clouds. So, as you’ve seen, you can use the
Basic section to correct your footage, for example, when it’s
over or underexposed. And that is what we call
color correction. Next, we’re going to look at
a bit of color grading. Inside the Creative section
of the Lumetri Color panel you can apply color grading
presets to your footage. These presets are also known as LUTs:
Look-up Tables. When you click on one of these arrows
you can browse through the available templates. If you found a LUT that you like and you want
to apply it, then double click on the picture. And this will apply the color
grading to the footage. Sometimes the color grading templates
might be a bit too much and they start to look unnatural. You can fix this by lowering
the intensity. And you can look at the before and after
by turning this checkbox on and off. So, now we have only fixed
one of our clips, but let’s say we want to apply the same
look at all the clips of our project. In that case we need to use
an Adjustment layer. You can create one
in the Project panel. Click on the new icon and
then select Adjustment layer. In this case you can use the same settings
from your sequence: 1080p and 25 fps. Click OK. Now you’ve got an Adjustment layer
object inside the Project panel. And you can drag this over
to the timeline and then you can spread the Adjustment
layer out over all the other clips. You could see this Adjustment layer as a transparent
video where you can apply effects to. So, if you select the Adjustment layer on the
timeline and then apply some color grading to it this will affect all the other clips
underneath the Adjustment layer. Obviously, this looks awful
but you get the point. This way you can apply the same
look to all the clips on your timeline, and, as I mentioned before, you can
lower the intensity if it’s too much. And now we will go to the final
step of this Basics Tutorial, and that is exporting the movie. If our project is finished and
we want to export this then we need to go to File and then
click Export and then Media. This will open up the
Export Settings panel. At the bottom here you can
select the range of your export, in this case it will be the
entire project: 35 seconds. Next, you need to select
a format or a codec. One of the most common codecs
at this moment is h.264 and that’s what we’re going
to use for this export. After export, this will result
in an mp4 file. The next thing you want
to adjust is bitrate. You can do this at the bottom
of the Video section. If you don’t have any specific target
platform to play your videos on, then I would suggest to stick to the
bitrate of the original footage. In Windows you can do this by right-clicking
the file, then click on Properties and go to Details. There you’ll find the original bitrate. As you can see here, it’s somewhere around 40,000,
so that’s what we’re going to use for the export. For the best quality result after exporting
I would suggest to use VBR 2-pass. And I will also apply “Use maximum
render quality”. And this will be the estimated
file size after exporting. This is the place where you can select
the directory for your export, in this case we will use the same
directory as our project. And if you want, you can also change
the file name of your export. And these are all the settings that we’re
going to apply for this export. So, now when I hit Export, Premiere
will start producing the mp4 file. All depending on the size of your
project, this may take a while. And that also concludes my Basics
Tutorial on Premiere Pro CC 2018. All the links to the downloads and suggested
videos can be found in the video description. I really hope you enjoyed this tutorial. if you did then please give this video a thumbs up,
that would really help me a lot. For now I will say thank you
for watching and see you next time
on Orange83. [Music]


  1. Orange83 January 26, 2018 at 3:11 pm

    I hope you enjoy this one, it took me a long time to make this video. Have fun learning! You can try, buy, download or upgrade Adobe Premiere Pro CC here: http://bit.ly/2oyNfR9

  2. Danny Boy 777 January 16, 2019 at 3:44 am

    I really appreciate this video thank you

  3. jam201984 January 18, 2019 at 8:15 pm

    just started using Pro CC for drone footage. great video made it look so simple ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. Az 786 January 19, 2019 at 10:22 am

    Thanks. great vid.. learned a lot. I have a question. For the sound fading I seem to have lost the vertical line where u move to the right or left for in or out fading. do u know how to get it back?

  5. Thom Teaches YouTube January 23, 2019 at 3:20 pm

    Ended up making a few more detailed timestamps for the students in my YouTube Video Production class so thought I would share here ๐Ÿ™‚

    0:00 – intro
    1:45 – opening Premiere & starting a new project
    2:27 – changing to default layout
    2:51 – switching between layouts & adjusting layouts
    3:23 – importing footage into project
    3:57 – switching between thumbnail view & list view of video files
    4:24 – sequences explained
    4:51 – creating first sequence (I recommend right clicking – new sequence from clip)
    6:14 – renaming sequences
    6:25 – timeline explained
    6:49 – shorten clips on timeline
    7:03 – moving clips on timeline
    7:07 – adding more clips to the timeline
    7:25 – using ripple edit (b key)
    8:02 – using in and out points to choose sections of video you want to use
    8:45 – using the razor tool (c key)
    9:15 – adding a fade transition between clips
    10:08 – fixing cross dissolve issue on one clip
    10:39 – working with clips with audio
    11:11 – making audio waveform larger and easier to see
    11:17 – importing music
    12:02 – muting music
    12:06 – adding text
    12:51 – changing text size and font
    14:08 – adding a shape (rectangle around text)
    14:35 – animating text using keyframes(having it zoom onto screen)
    15:32 – making animations smoother
    15:51 – color correction using the Lumetri Color Panel
    16:47 – color grading using LUTs in Lumetri Color Panel (give it cool style)
    17:25 – adding color effects to multiple video clips at once using ADJUSTMENT LAYERS
    18:23 – exporting your video

  6. Saurav Pandit January 24, 2019 at 2:53 am

    Thans a lot can u help me
    I recorded audio in my phone and i want ro put it but its getting overlaped and i cant her full audio

    Also i recorded one of video in 4k and others in normal so when i put 4k after normal it gets zoomed automatically
    Can u help.me.fast pls

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  10. Alb Kestrel February 4, 2019 at 9:45 pm

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  13. Ahmed Darwish February 9, 2019 at 1:57 pm

    For Mac users, click Commands instead of control for the ripple edit

  14. Iswanto Liono February 17, 2019 at 5:15 am

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  16. Senem Uzuner February 26, 2019 at 7:47 am

    if I want to add good looking animations to my text, do I have to switch to Aftereffects or something?

  17. MrToekidjan February 28, 2019 at 3:26 am

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  21. Dr3D March 12, 2019 at 10:35 am

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  22. Sean Lye March 15, 2019 at 5:31 pm

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    What do you use to screen record your videos because I'm having a hard time finding one. Anyways, Nice video

  25. Design Stuff March 19, 2019 at 5:47 pm

    really helpuful. thanks a lot.

  26. Jxcu7i March 22, 2019 at 2:19 pm

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  27. Andreas Christensen March 24, 2019 at 1:34 pm

    Great tutorial. Thank you so much.

  28. Pandi Cam March 26, 2019 at 2:46 pm

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  38. LM tech April 12, 2019 at 7:00 pm

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  39. Clamb_J April 16, 2019 at 4:21 pm

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  45. Deadpan Stan April 30, 2019 at 10:46 am

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  46. casroy777 May 6, 2019 at 9:21 am

    best premier pro tutorial for beginners ,thanks man! it should be series …

  47. Aniq Haikal May 12, 2019 at 12:35 pm

    where to get audio?

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  53. muchodj May 31, 2019 at 4:06 pm

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  54. Frank Halavy June 1, 2019 at 10:04 pm

    Beautifully done. The last one you made was a tad too fast for us, the mortals. This one is just the right speed, with amazing scenes and music. Thank you much.

  55. Kaz Zelina June 5, 2019 at 7:34 pm

    How do you drag the panels around on a mac? The left mouse button click does not work for me.

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  61. Joan wandera June 22, 2019 at 1:36 pm

    Thank you thank you I learnt a lot from this channel.. โค

  62. Joan wandera June 22, 2019 at 1:36 pm

    Thank you thank you I learnt a lot from this channel.. โค

  63. Avi Lev June 23, 2019 at 3:13 pm

    Thanks so much for the presentation.
    Since the early 80s, I used to work with Avid Composer.
    On my Mac, I happened to have the Premiere 5.1 that I never bother to open. I hope with your tips I'll be able to learn it faster.

  64. Dale Wilson June 27, 2019 at 8:49 pm

    Man it will take me years to learn all this lol

  65. Trytobefair historybuff June 30, 2019 at 4:26 pm

    Great tutorial. Thanks a lot!

  66. Dexter Nuestro July 8, 2019 at 2:08 am

    How to add glitch on my personal logo without plugin thanks

  67. rahul jat July 9, 2019 at 11:08 am

    Thank you for this video this is amazing for begginer

  68. Jacob Christian Glover July 10, 2019 at 3:01 am

    Hello from Tampa Florida. Just found your channel and I have been binge watching your videos, "Awesome Tutorial!" Be well, stay encouraged, and thanks for the free transitions!!!

  69. Komal Krishna July 12, 2019 at 7:01 am

    Excellent tutorial ๐Ÿ˜ฒโœจ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ‘Œ

  70. Duge Buchi July 17, 2019 at 8:59 am

    Iโ€™ll talk about the lesson later and first appreciate the demonstrative video that he made..๐Ÿ˜

  71. Annelien Pienaar Food Consultant July 22, 2019 at 2:43 pm

    Thank you for helping me to connect the dots. Brilliant work and you really made a difference to my life. Much appreciated. Kind regards.

  72. Devil on yt July 22, 2019 at 10:43 pm


  73. Zen Tech July 23, 2019 at 12:51 am

    This was great! Straight to the point and answered every basic question I had. Keep it up!!!

  74. Tavian Tavian July 26, 2019 at 3:34 pm

    I really like how you presented things. Simple and to the point.

  75. Surya Rajendran July 27, 2019 at 7:08 am

    Very clear and to the point. I loved the way you have made this video! Thank you

  76. dan lilly July 27, 2019 at 1:50 pm

    That's was a very good video. It helped me a lot. Thanks.

  77. w00zi July 28, 2019 at 6:52 pm

    Great vid, precise and quick ! Subbed

  78. Zeeshan Fathesha July 31, 2019 at 7:10 pm

    tysm .. it was wonderful tutorial loved a lot ๐Ÿ™‚

  79. Pantherz August 3, 2019 at 10:36 am

    Very good tutorial , you get straight to the point and i learned so much from this that it made it easier for me to continue editing on Premiere , thank you so so much ! ๐Ÿ‘

  80. Evert Clancy August 5, 2019 at 3:22 pm


  81. Amithesh Bharadwaj August 5, 2019 at 4:52 pm

    Hello sir this is the best explanation I could find thank you so much by YouTube you've became my Teacher Thank You Sir
    Yours Unknown Student๐Ÿ˜

  82. Min Thein Kyaw August 6, 2019 at 4:46 pm

    Really helpful. I just switched from Sony Vegas to Adobe Premiere Pro CC.

  83. Pricillia Caroline August 15, 2019 at 5:02 am

    Thank u ! subs already ๐Ÿ˜€

  84. Lava Kafle August 16, 2019 at 3:32 am


  85. ZEG WALKER August 25, 2019 at 1:31 pm

    This is Actually the best tutorial I ever seen THANKS FOR THE HELP

  86. Isaac Ndidi August 25, 2019 at 11:15 pm

    Love your content bro

  87. Dan Jones August 27, 2019 at 4:04 am

    So great! Doesn't seem so scary. Thank you! Subscribed!๐Ÿ‘

  88. Michael N. August 28, 2019 at 9:19 pm

    Absolutely a great job! It was organized, to the point, and I actually understood it.

  89. S. Arous September 3, 2019 at 2:01 pm

    Very very helpful tutorial

  90. Minu Roy September 8, 2019 at 6:51 am


  91. lee gotts September 9, 2019 at 10:03 pm

    You think you know what you're doing, then I go and watch one of videos again!!!! All I can say is thanks…

  92. SprayNPlay September 10, 2019 at 1:15 am

    This video was awesome for me starting out my YT channel. I have a question though, is it possible to speed up a certain part of a video and then slow it down? I want to try to that on my videos. Plz help

  93. Tech Explained September 10, 2019 at 1:27 am

    Vielen Dank fรผr alles

  94. Mohd Shahbaz Ahmad September 14, 2019 at 6:56 pm

    Thanks a lot Sir means i want to say thank you very very much for make the video about premiere pro… Great voice and your footage ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘

  95. moimemesuis September 30, 2019 at 2:51 am

    Please stop pronouncing the V as an F. This is not german. BTW, excellent fideo.

  96. MEET J. PATEL October 2, 2019 at 3:35 pm

    thank you very much

  97. Uruj Khan October 2, 2019 at 6:22 pm

    Great Sir Nice Video, its really help for learners.

  98. anelsa hooper October 4, 2019 at 5:06 am

    This was great! thank you orange83

  99. VIDEO GALLERY October 6, 2019 at 6:51 am

    Is this available in android or in laptop?

  100. Light Joshe October 16, 2019 at 8:36 am

    Yay, you showed the beautiful Culture of Indonesia.

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