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Hey what's up you guys and welcome back
to Gal today we're going to be breaking
down five cool music video effects for
you using Premiere Pro and if you guys
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tutorials each week for the first music
video effect I'm covering how to create
an animated letter box as seen in the
music video Old Town Road by lil nas X
now I love this effect and it's pretty
simple to do so let's go ahead and jump
in what we want to do is create a color
map first to create the letterbox so go
down to new item then go to color mat
and it will automatically choose the
width and the height of your current
sequence that you're working in so hit
OK and then you can choose the color in
our case we're going to choose black
that's typically the standard color for
a letterbox and then hit OK and then we
can name this letterbox then hit OK now
we're going to drag and drop the
on top of the video here in the timeline
now we want to go to the time in the
playhead where we want this black box
the letterbox to completely disappear so
we're out the three-second marker that's
a good amount of time for the animation
but first what we need to do is create a
mask using the effect controls so we're
going to go up here underneath opacity
and select this four point polygon mask
and we're going to get rid of the
feathering so we don't want any
feathering and we're going to invert it
and now we can use this zoom level here
and go to 25% and we're just going to
move this rectangle to go beyond the
frame here so I'm just going to quickly
do that so this is the point that we
want the animation to stop now we want
this to start out completely black so to
do that we're going to hit the stopwatch
here because we want this to be the
keyframe of the last point of the
animation at 3 seconds right so now
let's move this playhead back and then
this is where you're going to click on
the mask name here and then we're going
to bring these down we're going to bring
this down to the center right because
it's animating from the center outwards
towards the top and the bottom
and you'll have to play around with it
until you get the alignment right
unfortunately Premiere Pro doesn't have
an easy way to align masks right now I
hope that they do this in the future so
it's completely straight but for now we
just have to wing it and now let's zoom
in let's say around 100 percent and
let's make sure these lines are straight
here let's get this 75 percent there we
and now I'm just going to bring these
lines together like they're overlapping
completely I'll do it on the other side
here too and then we'll just zoom out to
make sure that this is in the center it
looks about right
now if we click outside of this mask
you'll see that there's a slight sliver
now to get rid of that all we need to do
is on the video clip is right-click and
select apply default transition and then
this is a cross dissolve so you can make
it shorter or longer I'm just going to
make it slightly shorter and now when we
play this back
there's our animating letterbox it's
that simple
and because the crosses all we don't see
that sliver in the beginning and for the
second effect I'm showing you how to
create a film overlay as seen in troye
sivan bloom music video where you can
see loss of film burns and textures and
that 4:3 aspect ratio and same with
Miley Cyrus's recently music video
mother's daughter you also see this
frame that's happening even though it
was shot on a sixteen by nine likely 4k
camera if not higher and you'll also see
film overlays and textures used in
famous music videos by Lana Del Rey as
you see here summertime sadness there's
lots of texture and grain so for this
film overlay effect I'm using film
overlays from a smashworkshop they're
pretty cool you can import them as a
folder of asset so they have film burn
loops they have textures they have super
8 loops and frames so there's this HD
frame overlay I'm just going to drag and
drop it on top and you can just kind of
see what it looks like so this is
actually a real film overlay now if we
wanted to replicate the effect that we
saw in Miley Cyrus's music video as well
as troye sivan's we want to Center this
now if we center it
and we move this over you can see
that there's a little disconnect here
and we need to scale it down just a tad
bit here to give it more of a frame look
so to fix this white gap here what we
can do is we can also add another color
mat on top just like we did with the
letterbox so let's go ahead and let's
create a new color mat and hit OK make
sure it's black and let's go ahead and
drag and drop this on top now what we
need to do is also create another four
point polygon mask and then we can
invert this and now what we're going to
do is just place this mask around this
area here so we can just see the rounded
edges like so we'll just make a few more
adjustments we'll get rid of the
feathering as well we don't need any
feathering and let's just get this just
right so it looks like it's in the
center here and we can click away just
to see if it looks right all right cool
so that looks pretty cool now the next
thing we want to do is we want to add in
some texture and some burns so I'm going
to move these layers up because we want
the burns and the textures to be within
so let's go ahead and just double click
and we can play this back you can see
this is some texture here some film
grain so let's just drag-and-drop this
underneath and we need to add a blend
mode so select it then go to effects and
let's choose screen to get rid of all
the black so now we have some texture
and now we can also add in some Burns so
while this is plain we can roll this
back and we can add in a burn so here is
a couple burns let's double click to
show this one the ones pretty cool
there's also this burn effect here so if
I take this down drag it down here we
can apply a multiply effect and so then
it kind of looks more cool here like
that which is pretty sweet
I can add in a different burn there's
this burn effect and for this one we can
also add a screen to get rid of the
black like so so you know these textures
are only so long but if you wanted them
to repeat you know you can take this one
hit alt/option key drag and drop it
to duplicate it and with this frame and
the color matte to the color matte you can
extend out as much as you want as much
as you need it to but for the frame
overlay you also have to hit alt/option
to click drag let go to duplicate it and
then you can roll it back and then you
can just take these two as well
hit alt/option drag and drop them over
to duplicate it as well and then you can
just align everything here like so and
you can just repeat these overlays
throughout the duration of the music
video that you want and in the third
effect I actually haven't seen this
effect specifically done in any specific
music video but it's a filmstrip overlay
effect so it's similar to the one before
but instead we're actually going to use
a 4:3 aspect ratio so to start we're
going to create a new sequence in a 4:3
aspect ratio we're going to go to new
sequence and we're going to create 960
by 720 and you'll see that that's in
a 4:3 aspect ratio and we'll just call
this film strip look and hit ok so now
you see it's in a 4:3 aspect ratio so
I'm going to take this clip here of this
guy opening his eyes drag it into the
timeline keep the existing settings and
we'll just have to reposition this in a
second and then we're going to take the
second one of the guys singing with the
microphone here so we'll just drag and
drop this down here as well now we're
going to reposition this down in the
frame so we're just going to scale this
down like so and same with this one
we're gonna scale this down so we can see his
microphone and frame so just like before
we're gonna take the frame overlay and
we're gonna drag and drop it on top we
have to scale this down to see it so now
because this is a filmstrip
we're going to make sure that this fits
in that 4:3 aspect ratio so now we have
the filmstrip look right now the next
step is to duplicate this frame so we're
going to alt/option click alt/option
click like so we can even select all of
them the alt/option key and drag it over
so now we have this loop here but now
I'm going to drag this up I'm just going
to take these layers up like so and what
we're going to do is fit this video
frame inside of that first frame here
like so just like that and now I'm going
to duplicate this I'm going to click alt/
option again drag this up I know I'm
going to move the position up so it's in
the second frame right here like so
and I'm going to duplicate it one more
time and I'll drag this one down so it's
in the bottom frame here like so so now
we have them playing in a filmstrip like
this which is pretty cool let's do the
same thing quickly with this second
video clip
now it's out of super 8 loop on top of
this frame overlay so we can choose any
one of them I like this one here so
let's just drag and drop this on top and
now we have to rescale this down as well
so it fits in the 4:3 aspect ratio then
let's hit screen and now it looks like
an actual film strip which looks pretty
cool so right here actually at this
moment when it there's a transition we
can actually cut this we can take this
clips and we can hit shift to select all
of them and drag this over and then
we'll bring over this clip of the man
singing so as soon as that burn happens
you get that transition here which looks
pretty cool now if we want to add some
more texture we can certainly add some
texture as well so you can go into the
texture loops and say this one's pretty
cool we can go ahead and drag this down
here and we can change this to be a
screen so now we have some texture there
to bring out some of the color with this
singer part of doing music video is to
bring out color as well what we can do
is use lumetri color so we can go down
to the looks and we can choose maybe
this Kodak look and we can decrease the
intensity a bit bring out some of the
vibrancy and then we can also use curves
to bring out some more contrast so now
that looks so much better in through the
before and after and then we'll just
copy this clip hit command C on a Mac or
ctrl C on a PC and then we can select
all of these other Clips here by holding
down shift and then right click and
paste attributes so we're going to paste
lumetri color and so now all of them
have this more rich color texture so
this next effect is from a logic music
video you can see that there is a video
within another video screen on
this is done by masking or using green
screen effects so that's what I'm going
to show you how to do in this next
effect the easiest way to do it is to
film whatever object that you have or
let's say you have a room full of
screens I'll put a green screen saver on
that screen or put you know some sort of
green paper on top of that screen so
that way you can key it out so what
we're going to do with this clip it
already has a green screen this is just
a stock video clip and you guys can use
other different types of stock video to
achieve this because we're going to go
to the effects and we're going to search
for ultra key and I'm going to double
click to apply to the clip and then from
the effect controls we need to take this
dropper tool and select the green color
here and then what you can do is you can
go into the Alpha Channel and make sure
that everything looks good you can see
there's still some gray area here so we
can do is we can go down to matte cleanup
and we can play around with the contrast
here to get rid of that so now it's a
perfect key we can take it back to
composite now we need to place a video
inside of here so just drag this a video
clip up to video layer two and then we
can go into our stock video here and
I'll take the dancer clip and just drag
and drop it down here now we can scale
this to be within this video frame which
is pretty cool and so that is the final
effect on how you do that and lastly but
certainly not least I'm going to show
you how to create hand-painted elements
on top of video as you see here in Bruno
Mars famous video so let's go ahead and
jump on in so I use the handcrafted
smash pack part of smashworks of course
you can use tablets and create your own
animations but that takes a ton of work
so what they've done is they've made a
whole pack of these little illustrations
that are animated that are hand-painted
you guys can overlay I mean they're
motion graphics templates so you'll
install them in your essential graphics
panel and they appear like this if you
need to install them you would just hit
this little install motion graphics
template button in the lower right hand
corner and so then what you can do is
you can just drag and drop them in so
the first thing that I use just one of
transitions here so if I just drag and
drop this on top of the timeline it'll
just take a second to install and you
can kind of see all the different
transitions and elements that are within
this motion graphics template so the
first one that I use is number nine if
you'll just select this and then you're
going to go up to edit here and just
type in number nine so from here you can
change the position on the color I like
the yellow color so I'm actually going
to keep it but if you need to change it
you just select that and change the
color here to speed this up what you can
do is see how it's a little bit slow for
my liking so once it gets down to the
full color bleed I'll just cut there and
what I typically like to do is I hit R
for the rate stretch tool to speed this
up I'm just going to speed this up just
by dragging it and now it's quicker and
then what I can do is to the moment that
it starts to bleed back down I'll just
cut there so I'll go back to C for the
cut tool then I'll hit B for the arrow
tool and it'll just close that gap there
so then it starts to go much faster and
you can also speed this up again here
you can hit the rate stretch tool R on
your keyboard and speed that up a bit so
then it goes down like that so then here
is where you can start to play with
different elements right so you know if
he's kicking here let's say we wanted a
bubble to have him pop right here with
his foot we can find one of those
elements here so we can drag down
hand-painted elements too just take a
second to import so number seven is a
good one where it pops
so we'll just go ahead and hit number seven
and then what we can do is reposition
this to time with his foot there and now
we just have to align it with the time
so when his foot comes up there we want
it to pop so here in the timeline what
we can do and this is one of my favorite
tools hit alt/option and then use the
arrow tools the little arrow bracket
tools to move this until it is at that
right moment when he kicks it starts to
pop now if we wanted to duplicate this
to have the
the bubble pop here when he kicks his
leg right here we can just duplicate
this by hitting alt/option clicking and
dragging and then we can move this
bubble element down to when his foot is
here so we can move this down and then
to the left a little bit more and then
we just play with the timing again so
he kicks it right there is when we
want it to pop so we're gonna hit alt/
option and use the right bracket and
let's see if that looks good yep
so all I did was then I just duplicated
these elements I also went in and found
different elements they have lots of
lines and you can start to build really
cool animated sequence like I have over
here in the final product where there's
a bunch of overlaid elements and it
creates dynamism just like you saw in
that Bruno Mars music video and yeah
that is how you do these music video
effects I hope you guys enjoyed it if
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