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Animated overlay shapes in Adobe Premiere Pro

Animated overlay shapes in Adobe Premiere Pro

This tutorial shows you how to use the Essential Graphics in Premiere Pro to draw and animate shapes. This is perfect for working with map infographics.
Also discussed are the bugs in the Premiere Pro when working with Essential Graphics.

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  1. Hi VideoRevealed! I'm sorry but I have a question that is not related to this video at all. But Tried looking for help at Adobe forums, chat etc and no luck. And I've been following you for a long time, and you know a lot of stuff about random stuff if that makes sense! 🙂 So I figured I could ask here! So I just updated to the latest version of Premiere Pro, 13.4 (build 2). And now, every time I open Premiere, all my custom made bins in my effects tab are gone. Plus all my imported presets. I tried uninstall and install again 3 times, but nothing is helping. I'm not losing anything else, but that is like the important part, I use it all the time when I edit my projects. So now I've been having to create a new favorites folder in my effects tab every time I open Premiere to continue working on my project. Do you have any idea or knowledge about why this is happening, or what I can do to fix it?

    Wish you the best weekend, and really hope you have time to answer 🙂 🙂

  2. Because encountering glitches and bugs in editing software is inevitable, showing us what could happen and how to fix or work around them is extremely helpful and will save us budding editors lots of valuable time. Thanks!

  3. This is great! I’ve been doing much more things with masks and this has given me more ideas. It’s amazing how good it feels to learn one new thing, get confident and then grow from there. And it WAS good to see things crash with you. I thought I was doing something wrong! I am also becoming an obsessive saver. But not perfect. I do lose things once in a while. Thanks as always, Colin!!

  4. Great video, Colin! I didn’t know this feature was available. I’m away from my computer, so excuse my question. Do these shapes allow for cusp, smooth, and symmetrical nodes? Also, can you set the paths between them as straight lines?

  5. Thanks, Colin! I'm still afraid this dinosaur can't quite get his head around this, but your explaination is clearer than most other motion graphics tutorials I've watched! At least you've taking more time to show the details of what you're doing; that means a lot to me.

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