Thursday Oct 3, 2019

blog.storyblocks.com

How to Create

a Gradient Overlay

in Premiere Pro

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a popular, on-trend effect in Premiere Pro -- a gradient overlay. If…
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By Alli Saunders
blog.storyblocks.com

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a popular, on-trend effect in Premiere Pro -- a gradient overlay. If you are looking for stock footage to use, head over to Storyblocks video to find the perfect clips. In the Project panel, click on the New Item icon and select Adjustment Layer.

3. In Effect Controls, under opacity > Blend Mode, click the drop down menu. And there you go! Using the Ramp effect is just one way you can create a gradient overlay, using two colors. With your clip on the timeline, drag an Adjustment Layer onto the V2 track, above your clip. 2..

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