Video editing is a useful trend these days. From editing the best part of the video to cutting specific portions off the video, video editing makes videos look good and cooler. And Adobe came up with just the right tool to suit our needs, the Adobe Premiere Pro 6, in November 2016. Loaded with tonnes of handy and exceptionally appreciable tools, the Video Editing tools In Adobe Premier Pro are just beautifully helpful to us.
The tools in premiere pro are located between the project panel and the Timeline panel. The tools available in premiere pro are:
Let us learn a few advanced video editing tools in Adobe Premiere Pro 6 that can make video editing easier and simpler for us.
1. Ripple Delete
Ripple delete is an essential tool when we have to merge multiple videos and the transition from one video to another is not smooth and is largely abrupt. In such a case, the segment that doesn’t ensure a smooth transition is ripple deleted, and then the composition is continued. First, select the video you want to delete using the selection tool and right-click on it. After this, a pop up appears with options. Select “ripple delete”, and the segment which isn’t fitting as selected will be deleted without leaving a blank space in the deleted portion.
2. Ripple edit
Ripple edit helps to edit a video by deleting parts without leaving a blank space. In this case, the starting point from where the video is to be deleted is marked first. Now the ripple edit tool is selected, and the marker is kept at the point from where the video is to be deleted. Now the cursor is dragged to the point till which the video is deleted. This will automatically delete the segment you want to delete.
Advanced video editing tools in adobe premiere pro are fairly easy to operate. With repeated usage, one can easily learn the know-how of the software and be fluent in it. And as we saw throughout our discussion, the tools in premiere pro are in the grass-root level understanding without any sophisticated aspects to them.