Learning Adobe Premiere Pro CC Doesn't Have to Be an Affair, Follow Along With This Tutorial [NSFW]

For beginners, Adobe Premiere Pro CC can cause some shocking surprises when you open up the door to this editing powerhouse. There’s a wall of emotions from the many menus, options, and panels and it can feel like maybe there’s another person who could work with this program much better than you. Luckily, we have Billy the Tutorial Guy here to show us some basic editing techniques for getting the release we need making beautiful family home movies.

In this basic tutorial, Billy begins by importing a few clips of his wife and her friend and shows how to Mark In and Mark Out clips that you then drag into the timeline. Once there are a few clips to work with in the timeline, Billy jumps right into bed with transitions. Adding transitions may seem hard, but as you can see in the video they are incredibly easy to get intimate with just by dragging them down to where you need them in the timeline.

I don’t want to blow it by giving up everything Billy talks about in the video, but other topics exposed are importing audio, adding titles, and creating slow motion effects. It will almost seem like you’re cheating once you have these nailed.

After watching this engaging tutorial, I’m sure you’ll agree that by remaining faithful to Premiere Pro CC you will continue to pick up tricks like these and editing will become much less of a burden.

Note: Because of the language in this video, it is marked as NSFW.

[via 537 Productions]

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Okay, this looks like it was a studio shot. Seriously, the guy in bed is wearing a "wife beater" T-shirt?

Comedy is hard.

Stephen Kampff's picture

"It will almost seem like you’re cheating once you have these nailed."
Brilliant haha

There was this guy who did Youtube videos about 8 years ago similar to this regarding PhotoShop Tutorials. He was always incorporating his wife into the tutorials and how she made his life miserable. It was the funniest stuff... and you learned a little bit about PhotoShop. This guy's video reminds me of the same thing the other guy did 8 years ago.....

Walter Rachel's picture

Exactly what I thought, reminded me of the "You Suck at Photoshop" series.

Chris Adval's picture

is it just me or does the writer (Ryan Mense) of this article look oddly very familiar to the guy in the video?