LV UP with Monogram: Premiere Clip Motion
Below is a step-by-step guide on how to use the Monogram Creative Console to efficiently navigate and adjust clips in Premiere Pro:
- First, open Monogram Creator and create a new Premiere profile.
- Assign a monogram dial to jog the playhead in Premiere by clicking on a dial module, opening up Playback and Navigation, selecting the jog preset, and pressing done. Now you can smoothly jog the playhead forward or backward by simply rotating the dial.
- Assign a dial to select edit points by selecting the editing drop-down, finding the select edit point option, and assigning the dial to it. Now you can use that dial to move the playhead between edit points on the targeted track.
- If the dial is moving too quickly, open up the module settings and turn down the sensitivity until it feels perfect.
- Assign the orbiter module to adjust clip position and scale by clicking on the module in Creator, selecting Motion, and choosing Position and Scale. Now, when you have a clip selected in Premiere, you can rotate the orbiter ring to increase or decrease the scale. You can also tilt the orbiter's disk to intuitively reposition the clip horizontally and vertically.
- Assign another dial to edit clip opacity by clicking on a dial module and selecting the opacity preset. Now, with a clip selected, you can rotate the dial to increase or decrease the clip's opacity.
- If you enable animation for the opacity effect in Premiere, you can quickly jog over the clip and add opacity keyframes without ever needing to take your hand off the console.
- With these tips, the Monogram Creative Console can help shave countless hours off your editing workflow.
LV UP with Monogram: Lumetri Basics in Premiere Pro
How to use the Monogram Creative Console to Control Lumetri Basics in Adobe Premiere Pro:
- Open Monogram Creator and create a new Premiere profile from the Quick Start Profiles tab and select Lumetri Basics.
- Every module in the console has now been automatically assigned an input relating to Lumetri Basics.
- In Premiere, select a clip and start adjusting Lumetri values using the modules.
- Use the Orbiter module to edit the white balance and exposure by pressing up or down on the orbiter's tilt disk to adjust the temperature, and pressing left to right to change the tint. Turning the orbiter's ring increases or decreases the exposure.
- To reset the white balance or exposure, press the corresponding reset key on the keys module.
- The dial modules control other tone parameters, including contrast, highlights, shadows, and saturation. To reset any of these values, press down on the respective dial.
- To see a before and after of Lumetri color adjustments, press the third key in the keys module labeled Bypass Lumetri Color to toggle it on and off.
LV UP with Monogram: Control Lumetri Color Wheels in Premiere
Here's a how-to guide to using the Monogram Creative Console to control lumetri color wheels in Adobe Premiere Pro:
- Open Monogram Creator and create a new Premiere profile.
- Click on the Quick Start Profiles tab and select Lumetri Shadows.
- Every module in the console has now been automatically assigned an input relating to Lumetri Shadows.
- In Premiere, select a clip and use the orbiter's tilt disk to change the color value on the shadows wheel. Use the orbiter's ring to adjust the shadow's lightness.
- Press the corresponding reset key on the keys module to reset the wheel or the lightness slider.
- To control other tone parameters, such as contrast and saturation, use the dial modules.
- Repeat steps 2-5 for Lumetri Midtones and Lumetri Highlights profiles to create three Premiere profiles which can be used for the respective editing workflow.