Join content creator James Bonanno as he shows how to create social content for Instagram and YouTube using Premiere Pro. On day 1, James will take you through his process of planning and editing “loopable videos”, from getting the shot to recording audio to create a seamless loop. On day 2, James will give more tips and tricks on how to edit a product video for social, using picture in picture techniques, keyframe animations, and use overlays and backgrounds to add to your social content. Bonus, tune in for more techniques on posting and tagging your content for a larger reach.
Guest James Bonanno is a creative director and content creator: https://www.jamesbonanno.com/
Host Fabiola Lara is a Chilean-American illustrator, designer, and animator based in Philadelphia. https://www.behance.net/fabiolalara
Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/adobelive
01:00 Introduction of James
02:30 Recap of Day 1 and plan for Day 2
05:50 Which camera is James using for this project
07:00 Preview of project video content
08:30 Recording crispy audio
13:00 What are proxy files?
25:50 Where to find music and sound + accessing epidemic sound in Premiere Pro
31:00 Incorporating paper textures in your video for aesthetic effect
34:00 Incorporating color pallets in your project
36:00 Working with keyframes
45:40 Working photos into a project dynamically
53:45 Zooming and panning across a video shot
56:00 Using blending modes to overlay textures
01:00:30 Where does James find overlay packs for his videos?
01:02:30 Exploring the Essential Graphic panel
01:07:50 Using blur filters and color mattes
01:10:00 Dream projects if money, equipment and time was no obstacle
01:13:20 What kind of planning goes into preparing for one of James’ projects
01:18:30 Remixing an audio track in Adobe Audition
01:29:15 Previewing the video progress so far
01:35:00 Adding a color pass adjustment layer
01:45:00 Using masks
01:47:00 What is the difference between Color Correction and Color Grading?
01:50:40 A recap of Day 1 and 2
01:51:50 Tips for working in the field