Make a Preset in Premiere Pro
Edited by Djinu, Alexander Avdeev, Eng
You're watching VisiHow. In this video, we are going to show how to make a preset in Adobe Premiere Pro. In another tutorial at Change Size of a Clip in Premiere, we resized "Scale height" a bit from 100, where the video showed black lines at the top and the bottom, to 103. Since this is a common item that we are going to have to do on multiple clips, instead of going to the "Motion" menu and typing "103" each time for "Scale height", we'll follow the tutorial steps.
- 7We can change the size in "Sequence Settings".We can do it as we did it in the tutorial at Change Size in Sequence Settings in Premiere. The black bars will be shown.
- 11We click the preset name and drag it onto the timeline.Once we do this, Adobe Premiere Pro will apply the preset to the clip. In this video, Premiere Pro will resize the height to 103, which is enough to get rid of the black bars in this particular clip.Advertisement
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