Fake Camera Movements | Adobe Premiere Pro Tutorial

Fake Camera Movements | Adobe Premiere Pro Tutorial

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How to Fake Camera Movements in Adobe Premiere Pro (Tutorial).
In this Tutorial I’m gonna show you a great and easy technique to fake camera movements in post with the help of Adobe Premiere Pro and Keyframes without any third-party-plugins. By using 4K Footage in a smaller sequence like 1080p or 1440p you can easily create really steady movements like on a camera slider or dolly with only a still shot from a tripod.

The Footage was shot in 4K on the Sony a6300 (Sigma 30mm 1.4 DC DN, most at f2) in AF mode. Cine1 Picture Profile.
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You will get a .cube file which you should apply in the creative tab of Lumetri Color (Premiere Pro) so you can adjust the Intensity. You can also use it in FCPX but I think you need a third party plugin like „Lutbuddy“. Just search for it on Youtube because I’ve never worked with other Programs than Adobe PP.

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