Learn how to use the three point editing technique to speed up video editing workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro so you can spend less time on the computer, and more time behind the camera.Making a video can be a bit of a laborious process. Planning your video, getting the right camera angles, shooting at the right aperture, and ticking everything off the shot list all takes a significant amount of time. Then, for a lot of filmmakers and photographers, the editing stage tags on just as much time, if not more than capturing the footage in the first place. That's why you need to learn about three point editing.
Nathaniel Dodson from Tutvid demonstrates the ease and speed of using three point editing to make your post-production time much more efficient. Centered around Adobe Premiere Pro, Dodson takes you through the process, step-by-step, and shares some insightful keyboard shortcuts that benefit even the beginner video editor.
By selecting in and out points, and then dropping footage into the timeline, there's a little knowledge desired that Dodson doesn't cover in this video, so users who have already opened the software will pick it up quicker than those who have only just started. But whether you're beginner or intermediate, most users will benefit from this video, and hopefully speed up your editing workflow in only 12 minutes.