Welcome to another in a series for Premiere Pro tutorials from San Diego video production company BizVid Communications. Today, I’m going to show you how to use the Adjustment layer effect. Prior to CS6, the Adjustment layer was only available in Photoshop and After Effects. But, thankfully, it is now available in the current version of Premiere Pro. So let’s get started.
As you can see, I have positioned four clips already on the timeline and each of them needs color correcting. Before the adjustment layer option, I would have had to either apply color correction to each clip individually or, nested the clips and applied correction to that. That method could be cumbersome because nested sequences need to be un-nested if any one of the clips is to be worked on. So, lets use the Adjustment Layer. Read more →