So you're editing a project in Adobe Premiere Pro and need to know how to reverse a clip in Premiere Pro? Are you trying to create a time stutter in your video to add a glitch effect? Using the reverse features and time stutters in your video will create excitement and add a creative touch to any video!
With Premiere Pro, it's not as difficult as you think. We’ll show you how to do both with the simple steps below!
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Table of Contents
- How to Reverse a Clip in Adobe Premiere Pro
- How To Create a Time Stutter Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro
- Learn More on Adobe Premiere Pro
How to Reverse a Clip in Adobe Premiere Pro
Reversing a clip in Adobe Premiere Pro is a simple process and can be done in just a few minutes. Follow the steps below:
Step 1: Load the video into your Timeline panel
Step 2: Make a copy of the video that you want to be reversed.
Step 3: Select the clip that you want to reverse, and find the selection Speed/Duration
Step 4: Click to select “Reverse Speed”
Congratulations, you have officially reversed a clip in Adobe Premiere Pro! You can see that the video has been reversed with the [-100%] that is next to the clip that has been reversed:
How To Create a Time Stutter Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro
Now that you have learned how to reverse a video, let’s learn how to create a time stutter effect in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Step 1: Find the spot that you want to create the time stutter, and press “c” to choose your razor tool.
Step 2: Press “Shift” and click where you want to create the slice.
Step 3: Move over a couple of frames, and create another cut.
Step 4: Switch to your move tool by pressing “v” and make some space on the timeline
Step 5: Copy clip to be repeated 2 times so that there is a total of 3 of the same small section:
Step 6: Reverse the middle video using the steps you just learned:
That is is, now you have created a time stutter glitch effect in Adobe Premiere Pro!
You have officially learned how to reverse a clip, and create a time stutter glitch in Adobe Premiere Pro! By applying these two effects to your videos, you can add some creative flair, and keep your viewers interested!
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