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Can you merge/splice videos with adobe premiere?

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Mar 17, 2018

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like the title says. Or is there another adobe alternative.

like the videos you see on Facebook or YouTube?

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Can you merge/splice videos with adobe premiere?

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You are not very specific, but yes, that is exactly what Premier Elements is for.  Adobe also has the more complex Premiere Pro.  Do you have an example of a YouTube or Facebook video?

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I watch Facebook videos where people will splice parts of superhero or horror movies together and they make it look like there is a sequel coming out, but it’s really not.

i was just wondering what they were using to do that.

where would you get videos like that to merge together?

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GrayWizard35  wrote

splice parts of superhero or horror movies together and they make it look like there is a sequel coming out, but it’s really not.

i was just wondering what they were using to do that.

Depending upon the effects, either editing applications like Premiere Elements or Premiere Pro, or a compositing application like After Effects is used (or both).

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