Welcome to my Premiere Pro forum!
This forum will be all about film making, editing techniques, colour correction & colour grading and, of course, everything else related to Adobe Premiere Pro!
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Best of Luck Tobias. Well done and thanks for your tuts
Thanks for doing this - looking forward to some great tips!
Do you have a beginner’s series of tutorials on using Premiere Pro like your AE series? If so can you post the links?
Thank you for posting this series. I didn’t realize you have a section here with this information readily available. Sorry about that!
I went ahead and purchased your Beginner’s After Effects and Premiere Pro courses on Udemy to show some support for all your great work and efforts! I hope it helps as I love all the content and how you are expanding and growing!
Thank you so much for the support @VFXArtist!
If you ever have any questions - be that about the Udemy course or in general - feel free to shoot me a question
There are times when I might be pretty busy, but I always try my best to get back to everyone!
Hey, I have a question. I know its more related to Mocha Pro than Premiere Pro but how would you remove the wedding couple here?
Hi! Now this is honestly a complex effect to achieve!
I suggest you see Mr.Tobias's Mocha pro tutorial -
For your video, in short, cut the file into various scenes using premiere pro, in each of those scenes get a still photo without the couple (If you don't have such a shot, use a image editor to make a background).
Then for each scene ,use after effects to track the couple in the video. Next use this static shot and replace it using the tracking data you got from the couple (You can learn about this from
P.S. What i told will work well for a static shot, but the video you have has a lot of change in angles of the camera etc, so naturally it is a bit more cumbersome to achieve the effect.