The premiere pro effects include a variety of audio and video effects that you can apply to clips in your video program. Effects can add visual or audio effects or attribute unusual properties. For example, an effect can change the exposure or colour of footage. You can also apply effects to rotate and animate the clip or adjust the size and position within the frame. You control the intensity of the effect with the values you set. You can also animate controls for most effects using keyframes in the Effects panel or in the timeline panel. You can create and use presets for all effects. You can animate the effect using keyframes. You can also view information about each key frame directly in the timeline panel.
Types of effects:
The premiere pro effects pack has many built-in effects. Some of them are fixed effects. Some of the standard effects are apply to your clips. Effects can also be clip-based or track-based. You can also apply effects created by third-party producers that you can use as plug-ins in Premiere pro.
Every clip you add to the timeline panel has a pre-applied or built-in fixed effect. You can adjust all static effects in the effects control panel. Fixed effects include the following:
- Movement: Includes features that let you animate, rotate, and resize your clips.
- Opacity: This allows you to reduce the clip’s opacity to apply effects such as Overlay, Fade, and Dissolve.
- Time remapping: It slows you down, speeds up, or reverses playback or freeze frames for any part of the clip, providing good control for speeding up or slowing down these changes.
- Volume: Control the volume for any clip that contains audio
The best effects for premiere pro displays a fixed effect after any standard effect used with clip Standard effects are displayed in the order they appear, from top to bottom. You can change the order of standard effects by dragging them to a new location in the Effects panel.
Standard effects are additional effects that you must first apply to clips to create the desired effect. You can use any number of standard effects for your respective clips. The premiere pro effects bundle has a wide range of video and audio effects. All standard effect properties can be animated over time using keyframes and change the shape of the graph in the control panel.
In addition to the many effects that come with Premiere Pro, there are also many effects in the form of plug-ins. You can purchase the plug-in from Adobe or a third-party vendor or buy from other applications. For example, you can use much Adobe after Effects plug-ins and VST plug-ins in Premiere Pro. However, Adobe officially supports only plug-ins that is installed with the application.
Clip based and track-based effects:
All video effects, both static and standard, are clip-based. They change each clip. You can apply clip effects to more than one clip at a time, creating a nested sequence. Sound effects can be used for clips or tracks.