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Premiere: February 2014 Archives

Learn how to create the Pleasantville Effect using Adobe Premiere.

premiere_training.pngThe 'Pleasantville' effect is a commonly used effect to call attention to a part of the video frame.  You will see this effect used quite a bit in sport highligtht reels, commercials, and wedding videos.

To start, navigate to the effects tab within the project window area, and find the change color effect.  Drag the change color effect to your clip segment within the timeline.

apply change color effect.pngNext, navigate to the effect controls tab.  The effect controls tab should be located in the upper left course of the source window area.

select color to change.pngWithin the Effect Controls window,  click on the color to change area.  Use the eye-dropper to pick a color from the program window that you would like to isolate.

pick color.pngNavigate back to the Effects Controls window, and change the Match Colors pull down menu to 'Using Chroma'. Then adjust the matching tolerance until you have isolated the color.

final result.pngThat's it!, go ahead and play your sequence.

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