Colin Smith presents the Slammin' Shake Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro

Slammin’ Shake Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro

This tutorial shows you how to use the Transform effect to create a wild shaking effect as if the scene is being rocked by an earthquake. It also covers how to add Motion Blur and how to reuse the effect in other Projects.

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