My Top 10 Favorite Video Effects in Adobe Premiere Pro CC! (Editing Tutorial – How To)

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In this video I will be listing and demonstrating my top 10 favorite video effects available in Adobe Premiere Pro. These aren’t in a super strict order, however I’ve tried to rank them from functional to most fun. These are the ones I’m always reaching for

10. Warp Stabilizer (1:28) – Great for stabilizing slightly shaky footage in post for a smooth result. Doesn’t work miracles on every clip, but smoothes out clips that are suitable. Be careful to avoid turning your clips to jelly by forcing too much stabilization on a clip that isn’t suitable. (

9. Gaussian Blur (2:18) – Staple effect, you can pull focus, blend and blur things together, animate, fade and transition etc… (

8. Crop (3:12) – Crop things out of the picture, or crop into certain things. Must have effect for creating many different types of compositions. (

7. Invert (4:20) – Not only can you get creative with color and channel inverstions, you can get functional with finding opposites and fixing certain color and blending issues. It’s all math and color theory. (

6. Tint (5:35) – It’s like the gradient map tool found in Photoshop, great for adding color, or mapping shadows and highlights. (

5. Ultra Key (6:38) – Green screen, selective color adjustments, etc. Keying is crucial to have in the toolbox. (

4. Luma Key (see Gradient Wipe as well) (7:35) – Similar to color keying, however it goes off brightness and darkness instead. Useful in many cases. (

3. Echo (8:45) – What a fun effect that blends clips together at different time delays. Can look very cool on moving people and especially on tripod shots with moving subjects for some very trippy movements. (

2. Strobe Light (10:40) – The creative possibilities are plenty with this effect. It’s like having your very own customizable strobe machine inside your video project. You can stack this on top of itself and other effects as well. (

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kafir says:

This is like my favorite video on YouTube.


thanks your the best

Justin Odisho says:

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Tech 24/7 says:

I like your vids! you made me switch to adobe premier pro c.f..thanks man.

Sayantan Das says:

less intro please 🙂

Jacek says:

“its not that fun”

Nam Uchiha says:

Is Pr easy?

DymondStar says:

This video is so helpful!! I just switched to Premiere from iMovie and I’m trying to learn how to work it.

JohnyBaldman says:

You don’t know how helpful you are, Justin 🙂

JOTI360 says:

Great Job

Busayo O. says:

Thank you Justin! Love your videos! Great effects and you explained them well! I’m looking forward to using Premiere Pro! 🙂


How did you download premier pro


its not wort it

grandCheezex says:

thanks i just wnated to know the echo effect for ultra instinct xD

Kaleb says:

awesome effects. Definitely gonna try and implement these in my vlogs

red fm says:


I am an amateur user and i have the following configuration, which graphic card should i buy?
Nvidia GT 710 or Nvidia GTX 1050 ti

the price difference is of double and i just use premiere pro cc 2017 for learning and fun purpose.

will Nvidia GT 710 work well enough?? as it is much cheaper

my system configuration
1. intel i5, 7th gen processor
2. gigabyte h110m motherboard
3. 120 gb ssd hdd
4. 1 tb hdd seagate
5. 12 gb ddr3 RAM
6. cooler master cabinet with 450 w smps

LC Neto says:

Hi Justin. Could you make short videos?

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Spacebullyz says:

Cool stuff!

Jake Matthews says:

2:00 electric forrest??

JK Studios says:

Only 15 seconds as an intro…You would be great at cenimasins

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BobBobBob See says:

great content! love it!


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