Adobe Premiere Pro – Learning Curves With Ben Solo

I’ve started using Adobe Premiere Pro for creating video clips. I’ve used other apps before and never really thought to use Premiere Pro, but I’ve started using it, and it seems pretty straight-forward so far. So not so much of a learning curve to report on for now.

But I’m sure as time progresses, I’ll find myself having to figure something out when I start integrating different elements into the videos such as overlays, effects etc. If you’re familiar with the basics of how to create video clips, you shouldn’t have too much of an issue using Adobe Premiere Pro. My biggest hurdle right now is the creative process of creating a “story” using video.

Okay, I think I have something to upload – it’s my first Adobe Premiere clip, and I’ve converted into GIF because it’s easier to watch that way.

Bring Back Ben Solo
Made by Darkside Creative

But it comes with sound so to listen to it with the sound added, you need to watch the MP4.

The music is called “Ben Solo’s Theme”, and it’s composed by John Williams. I wracked my brain over what music to use and found this by pure accident doing a good old google search (it really is your friend) šŸ˜… šŸ˜‚

Let me know what you think? I’m keen to get feedback from my friends and loyal readers šŸ™‚

Catch ya on the next post – and if you have any request for something you’d like to see as a clip (it can be anything as long as the footage is out there on the internet), let me know, and I’ll see what I can do!

**EDITORS NOTE I just updated the title so anyone searching for content on Ben Solo can find it šŸ™‚

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