How to Create a Vignette Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6

In this tutorial we will guide you on how to create a vignette effect in Adobe Premiere pro CS6. Don’t forget to check out our site http://howtech.tv/ for mo…
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23 Responses to “How to Create a Vignette Effect in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6”

  1. ItsKapow says:

    Looks like 5 people couldn’t follow simple instructions lol?

  2. SecretDimension says:

    Quick and to the point. Love it?

  3. Carlos Rafael says:

    At last a video that cuts all the crap and goes to the point?

  4. NOOBeginnings says:

    Finally a to the point how to video. I thank you sir?

  5. Color Boulevard says:

    Thanks!?

  6. ??? says:

    So nice!?

  7. Uscenes says:

    Perfect tutorial (quick and to the point), thanks.?

  8. Andrius Burba says:

    thanks, i’m using your technique?

  9. Jason Coleman says:

    Thanks, I couldn’t remember how to do it and it was driving me crazy!?

  10. MrHackerGnome says:

    Thanks!?

  11. FrogBlasters says:

    Awesome work. Thanks so much!?

  12. Florian Krepcik says:

    thanks a lot!?

  13. mohamed sameh says:

    thanksss!!!?

  14. an?l çetindemir says:

    thank you very much. So usefull :)?

  15. Chris Thorton says:

    Wow, just what the doctor ordered. Not to talk anyone down, but there is
    another tutorial somewhere on YouTube that is over six minutes long and
    requires you to create something in PhotoShop. This is so much easier and
    achieves the exact same thing.?

  16. Smokie Cut says:

    HAHA SHORTEST AND BEST TUTORIAL EVER!!!! I HAD FORGOTTEN BUT YOU SAVED THE
    DAY… MANY THANKS?

  17. Neil Cowley says:

    thanks for saving me minutes poking through the effects menues?

  18. Christian Lacasse says:

    Great tutorial. Short and to the point. No blah-blah. I subscribe!?

  19. misztsz says:

    That was simple :). Thanks. Is there a way of applying a vignette in any of
    the effects??

  20. Platinum Productionz LTD says:

    “New Item” Button, not “New Bin”.

  21. Daniel Ingebretsen says:

    Thank you!

  22. HowTech says:

    Thank you for watching!

  23. Eyal Gantz says:

    Awesome. good to know. thanks for the great tutorial !

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