Saugasson - Lookin’ Saucy (Official Music Video) | Dir. by @StevenVan_

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Equipment Used:

Sony a6300 Mirrorless Camera:

Sony 50mm f/1.8 Lens:

Sigma 16mm f/1.4 Lens:

Zhiyun Crane V2:

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Location: Mississauga, ON, Canada

How to Create the 3D Stereoscopic Effect - Photoshop CC Tutorial (2018)

Learn how to create the 3D stereoscopic/wigglegram/Mura Masa/Nishika N8000 gif effect! This is a very popular video editing/graphic design effect used in music videos such as “DRAM - Broccoli feat. Lil Yachty (Official Music Video)” and “Mura Masa - What If I Go? (Official Music Video)”.

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Nishika N8000 35mm 3D Camera:
DRAM - Broccoli feat. Lil Yachty:
Mura Masa - What If I Go?:

This effect can be created by taking a series of images from different perspectives of a still object.

1. Take at least 2 pictures of your object.
2. Open your pictures in Photoshop
3. Make sure “Window - Timeline” is selected.
4. Select “Create Frame Animation” on your timeline
5. Move your 2nd picture onto your 1st picture.
6. Lower the opacity of the 2nd picture so you can see both pictures simultaneously. 7. Line up the 2nd picture with the 1st picture. (use ctrl + your arrow keys to make the process easier) 8. When done, increase the opacity of the 2nd picture back to 100%.
9. Repeat this process with the rest of your photos.
10. Press “Create Frame Animation”
11. Set the frame delay as “0.09 seconds”
12. Hide all other layers except the first one.
13. Create a new frame and repeat the process, except this time, hide all layers except the second one.
14. Follow Step 13 for the rest of the pictures/layers.
15. To export as a GIF:
- File - Export - Save for Web
- Select GIF 

16. To export as a video:
- Select all the frames
- Click the “Duplicate selected frames” button (next to the garbage can icon) as many times are you want the animation to repeat.
- File - Export - Render Video
* If you want a boomerang/GIF style animation, when you get to the last frame of your animation, repeat the animation starting from the last frame going to the first frame. (backward)

Cole Bennett Pixel Sorting Effect:
Fast Forward Effect:
5 Video Transitions Effects:
15 Music Video Effects:
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RGB Split Effect - Premiere Pro CC (2018 Tutorial)

Learn how to create the RGB split/color glitch & distortion effect for your YouTube videos, vlogs, music videos and short films! This is a very popular video editing effect that you can create almost instantly using the “VR Digital Glitch” effect in the “Immersive Video” section of your video effects panel in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2018! There’s also another method using the video effect, “Arithmetic” in this video editing tutorial.

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Method 1: Use the built-in default effect “VR Digital Glitch”, apply it to your desired clip(s), and set the distortion strength to 0%.
Method 2: Use the built-in default effect “Arithmetic”, duplicate your desired clip(s) until there are 3 copies of them, apply the effect to your desired clip(s), set the Operator to “Max” for each copy, set the blend mode to “Linear Dodge (Add)”, set the value of Red on one copy to 255, then do the same thing for the other two copies but for Blue and Green instead of Red.

Upside Down Transition:
Fast Forward Effect:
5 Video Transitions Effects:
15 Music Video Effects:
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What’s in My Travel Tech Bag (2018)

Here’s a look at what’s in my travel tech backpack/bag for Winter/Spring 2018. This includes all the gear that I use to create videos & take photos on the road. I use all of this camera equipment and technology to record/film, edit, and export all my work.

Sony Alpha a6300 Mirrorless Camera (Body):
Sony 50mm f/1.8 Lens for Sony E-Mount:
Sigma 16mm f/1.4 Lens for Sony E-Mount:
Manfrotto MB NX-BP-VGY Backpack:
Rode VMPR VideoMic Pro R with Rycote Lyre Shockmount: Z
hiyun Crane V2 3-Axis Handheld Gimbal Stabilizer:
Lexar Professional 256GB SD Card:
SanDisk Extreme 32GB SD Card:
AmazonBasics 60-Inch Lightweight Tripod:
BM Premium 2 NP-FW50 Batteries and Charger for Sony a6300:
Fomito Dual Digital Battery Charger:
AFUNTA Screen Protector for Sony a6300:
Apple iPhone 6S 16GB:
ASUS ZenBook UX430UA:
The Hustler’s Agenda:
Crushing It!: How Great Entrepreneurs Build Their Business and Influence-and How You Can, Too:
Logitech MX Master Wireless Mouse:
Celestron LensPen Cleaning Tool:
Apple EarPods Earphones:
Reebok Classic Leather Shoes: Motorola
Moto 360 2nd Generation Smartwatch:

My Travel Tech Backpack Kit:
BEST $1K Camera Setup:
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5 Tips to Edit Videos FASTER in Adobe Premiere Pro CC! (2018 Tutorial)

Learn how to edit your YouTube videos faster in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017/2018 in this video editing tutorial! You can use these keyboard shortcuts, techniques, and built-in options to speed up your workflow like I did. 

1. Q & W (00:27)
Use these keyboard shortcuts to ripple delete everything before/after your cursor to the nearest cut! Q will delete everything before your cursor. W will delete everything after your cursor. 

2. J, K, & L (01:40)
Use these keyboard shortcuts to rewind, pause, and forward through your timeline. This removes the need to use your mouse and makes it easier to navigate through your clips. J will rewind through the timeline. K will pause the timeline. L will forward the timeline. 

3. Presets (02:44)
Create & use your own custom presets that you can make in the effects control panel. If you have a set of keyframes/effects that you’ve created, you can create a preset to use in the future. Right-click on the effects control panel to create a preset once you’re done creating your effect. 

4. Synchronizing (04:41)
If you have multiple audio tracks of the same audio, you can easily synchronize all of them. This saves you a lot of time and is very helpful with music videos and sit-down talks/interviews. Simply place all the audio clips on your timeline, right click and click on “Synchronize”. 

5. Adjustment Layers (05:28)
If you want to apply a certain look or effect or color grade on multiple clips instantly instead of applying them one by one, using adjustment layers can be very helpful. This saves you a large chunk of time. 

These are my top 5 ways to edit faster in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. You can probably find workarounds to use these same tips in different video editors.

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