How to zoom in Adobe Premiere | Tutorial

How to zoom in Adobe Premiere

How to zoom in Adobe Premiere

Adobe Premiere Pro is a comprehensive tool for editing your videos. Whether it’s great animations or just adding titles and annotations, Adobe Premiere Pro has everything you need. Especially with videos, it can also be an advantage if you can zoom in on an image. In this article we will show you how Adobe Premiere Zoom works and how you can enlarge a video in Adobe Premiere Pro. We will show you how to zoom in Adobe Premiere and how this can work as an animation. It is generally good to know how keyframes and animations work, because you can implement all effects of Adobe Premiere as an animation and not only if you want to enlarge a section of the image in Adobe Premiere.

The Adobe Premiere Zoom tool in different versions:

Tutorials like we do are often a bit time limited. If we explain how to use Zoom in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, then that might have changed again tomorrow in version CC or brand new variations. Nonetheless, it can be worthwhile to know the basic steps, as this will allow you to create all animations. So you only have to find out where to find the effects in the respective version. The rest is therefore self-explanatory. So it can be worth knowing Adobe Premiere Pro Zoom in any case.

Step-by-step instructions:

  • In Adobe Premiere, paste your desired video into a video track
  • Click on the video again in the sequence
  • In the window “Effect settings” open “Motion” via the small triangle
  • Use the Scaling item to enlarge the image section as you like and set it via Position in such a way that the desired image section is shown enlarged
  • Via the small stopwatch in front of each point, this can of course be used as animation, as with every effect
  • If you want to know how to use the zoom as an animation, take a look at the animation tutorial or the video tutorial above
  • Done!

As you can see, the Adobe Premiere Pro zoom in effect is very easy to use to begin with. The trick, as always, is to know where to find it and how to animate with it. Therefore, if in doubt, it is recommended to refer to a manual or to take a closer look at our linked article on the topic of animations. We wish you a lot of fun and success in creating high quality videos! Let us know if we were able to help you and which videos were created as a result!


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