I am recently a proud owner of Adobe Premiere Pro (CS5) and 2 Magic Bullet plug-ins (Looks & Mojo). While I was in no way makes the Bible and difficulties coping thickness Adobe manual with me for sleepless nights, I already s.Suchen other useful plugins. To me it is all about things like color filters, effects and transitions. All I have found to various providers, seemed either very "cheap" (but still expensive in price:)) or else even with my Magic Bullet plug-ins covered. Has anyone a useful tip on how can I upgrade my premiere yet?
Antwort von HansMaulwurf:
How about when you first learn the basics, then to detect any deficits could one day to make sense to add plug-ins ...? Even with simple plug-ins such as MBL, you have to deal a bit, if you want good results.
Sounds like it's with all due respect a lot like "I've ne flatrate and now collect weird effects that result in each set to ON a totally freaky movie "....
So the only useful tip I can give you - do not equip it on opening night, equip you.
EDIT: Okay, given your other posts, I prefer the "flat-guess" back.
Antwort von AbsoluterBeginner:
I am aware, which has a lot to learn much. Thank God I'm someone who bites while in something until it works. And the "complete" the giant package is, the more reassured I am with the training. When I'm with Magic Bullet Looks & Mojo (I do not even all Red Giant products because I kept the rest for unnecessary) set up all right, I do not quite synonymous. I just want to have everything complete before I throw myself deeper inside, that's all.