Premiere Pro Tutorial : Get ready for Clip Comparison

Clip comparison is a powerful feature in Premiere Pro that allows you to compare two clips side-by-side. This can be useful for a variety of tasks, such as color grading, matching shots, and evaluating edits.

To use clip comparison in Premiere Pro, follow these steps:

  1. Open Premiere Pro and import the clips that you want to compare.
  2. Place the clips in the timeline.
  3. Click the Compare View button in the Program Monitor toolbar.
  4. In the Compare View window, select the clips that you want to compare.
  5. Click the Compare button.

The two clips will now be displayed side-by-side in the Compare View window. You can use the controls in the Compare View window to adjust the view of the clips, such as the zoom level and the display mode.

You can also use the Compare View window to make adjustments to one of the clips. For example, you can use the Color Correction tools to color grade one of the clips.

When you are finished comparing the clips, click the Close button to close the Compare View window.

Here are some tips for using clip comparison in Premiere Pro:

  • Use clip comparison to color grade your clips. You can use the Compare View window to compare two clips side-by-side and make sure that they are color matched.
  • Use clip comparison to match shots. You can use the Compare View window to compare two shots side-by-side and make sure that they are lined up correctly.
  • Use clip comparison to evaluate edits. You can use the Compare View window to compare two edits side-by-side and make sure that you are happy with the result.

Clip comparison is a powerful tool that can help you to improve the quality of your videos. By following the steps above, you can learn how to use clip comparison in Premiere Pro.

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