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Adobe Beginner Classes Episode #7 is live!

During this episode, I give a quick tutorial on Premiere Pro and how you can use it to create a picture-in-picture effect.  This is often used in news and documentary workflows. Go get with the Adobe Media Player and make sure you subscribe to my feed – type in Adobe Beginner Classes in the search field and subscribe – yes, do it now! ;-)

Okay, enough self-agrandizing.  Take a look at the latest and hopefully you’ll learn something fun from it.

Comments

I liked your video

[DR - hey Bill, thanks so much. I'm trying to do some more, but there's not enough time in the day right now! keep watching them and look for more new ones in the future.]

Trying to find out how to add another pictures on top of another one with out the white square background.

[DR - Not sure exactly what you're talking about. If you have a still that you want to use in Premiere Pro (from Episode #7), you can apply a crop filter to the image with the white background to crop it out. If this isn't what you're looking for, please provide me a little detail and I will try to help you.]

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