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Mastering Adobe Premier Pro CS6 HOTSHOt by Paul Ekert

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Adding a movie look

One of the cool things you can do in Premiere Pro CS6 is make your movies look a little less like home videos and a little more like an actual Hollywood movie. You probably can't afford to film under professional lights, or you might have, as in this case, received the footage with no say in how it was filmed. That doesn't matter; you can still use a little creativity to change the tone and look of your footage no matter how it may have been produced.

In this task you will use an adjustment layer, a new feature in Premiere Pro CS6 that allows you to make global changes (like color grades) to the whole sequence without having to copy and paste the settings on to every single clip on the Timeline.

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