5 Cinematic Camera Movements You Can Create in Premiere Pro – Animation, Keyframes, and 3D Camera

5 Cinematic Camera Movements You Can Create in Premiere Pro – Animation, Keyframes, and 3D Camera

CINEMATIC PANS, TILTS, ZOOMS, ROTATIONS, TRACKING, MORE! | Simple Subtle Keyframe Animations Can Be Golden | We will cover animating using keyframes, positioning, scaling, zooming, 3D rotations, and more!

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00:49 The Pan/Slide Movement
03:13 Cinematic Zoom Technique
06:26 Rotation Zoom Effect
07:54 Tracking/Counter-Tracking Technique
10:21 3D Camera Movement

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In this Premiere Pro video editing tutorial, we’ll talk about how to create five different types of subtle and beautiful camera movements in Premiere Pro. We’ll cover a simple pan/slide movement, a zoom with or without movement, an aerial rotation shot, a simple tracking/counter tracking style animation, and a 3D camera zoom through 3D space to add an additional dimension of visual awesomeness.

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