What is up everybody? It’s On Ouchs here. And today I got more rapid-fire adobe premiere tutorials! And today I’m gonna show you how I do the in TV effects like you seen in my, my video ‘the truth’. If you don’t know what it is, let’s have a look. …behind my journey… Many who know me, know that I have a passion for creativity. I am the person who will be there for someone who needs a hand. I’ve always been giving back to our community. I am an inspiration to others. I’ve always tried to make a difference in someone’s life. ‘On! You don’t’ Pretty cool, right? So I love this effect only because it kind of goes a little bit back in my history, my past. And kind of show what I did for, you know my community or everything else. And just little effects alone, just being on YouTube for a month or so. I just realized, or just kind of studying the analytics when people are watching. And where they’re kind of exiting on my video. Having some of these little effects will help increase your percentage of view time. So this effect is really easy. I’m going to show you how you can quickly do it for your video. All right, let’s get to it. Alright, as you can see here, I imported all the files into my project folder here and, you can you can see here? I downloaded a TV. And I’m gonna show you where I get this TV, picture of a TV, and you can use it for your videos and stuff like that. And this site is awesome! It’s free, and you can use it for whatever project you want. So the site is called Pixabay(.com). And all I do is just type in, you can, like, basically download anything up here and it’s for free to use. Whether its for your business, or for your YouTube channel. Best site ever! So hit that Thumbs Up/Like, if you like this little tip. So I just type in ‘TV’ and the pictures up here are not for free. It’s basically, these are the sponsored ones, and this is a TV right here where I download it. And then you just type in ‘free download’ and select whatever size you want to download. Then you can even download a really, really big file. That’s awesome! All right, so I got my TV here, and what I do is I create a new sequence. So first thing is go, ‘file’, ‘new’ and then ‘sequence’. And then we’re gonna do the 24 frames per second at 1080. All right. So first things first is, we are going to drag the TV into the timeline, and there it is. And then we are going to scale this. Go to ‘effects’. So let’s select that and then go to ‘scale’ and then kind of like, boom! Set it to whatever size you want which is right here. And then next thing we’re gonna do is go to this ‘mask’ and select that. And kind of create that mask around the screen. Once you have that all done, selected, you select ‘invert it’, because you want the TV to be shown but anything in between there, is not. Alright so you can actually make all your adjustments and stuff like that and… To be honest, I don’t like using Adobe Premiere to create my masks, especially when I’m trying take something out. What I usually do is go into photoshop, because I’m more familiar with Photoshop and I just do all my cropping out there. So, I already have done that, and as you can see right here. I’m gonna put this right on top of the time because almost all my footage has to go underneath it. So I just, this is a picture I saved in PNG file with a transparent background with the screen. And we’re gonna scale that down, as you can see, boom! And there you have it. And anything that goes below it, as you can see, that’s me below it. And… I’m “On TV!” Alright? Now let’s delete the audio in here. And then let’s put this in there, and then there’s me giving back to this (community), helping out… a flower shop lady with her marketing. So what I usually do is, I just do it before I drag it into the time line. I just do my ins and outs and then dragged it into the time line. And then, let’s close this up. And then one more, is my… Where’s that part? Oh yeah! And then me surprising a single mom with a gift. So I just go create my in points and then I create my out point. All right, so I added some audio to this part because it’s really emotional. So if you’re creating a video, if you can add some emotion to it. It will really connect you to your viewers a lot better. So I just connect them. Add that there and boom! So as you can see, this is like, I’m doing it really quickly. But these are my sequence to my whole thing. And then what I do to add a little bit more effect, I added this little static, TV static effect, overlaid on top of the footages here. So how I did that was, I downloaded this off youtube. This guy gave me like, he gives us free, a green screen effect of this staticy thing. And I kind of overlaid this into my footage. It’s pretty cool! So to download it, this guy has this download link right to, you click on it and it goes to, a downloading page and you download it. See? And just just press ‘download’, so free link. But here’s a hack if you don’t have a… If the video doesn’t have a download link, but they give you permission to use it, what you can do is, download a 5k player. I’ll have that link down below. 5k player, you can actually just copy the link here, and then you can go right into the 5k player. And then just press ‘paste’, and then ‘analyze’. As you can see its just ‘analyze’ and then just boom! Download video. That’s pretty cool, Right? So Thumbs Up for that little tip. Let’s go back to our project folder here. As you can see the… I’ve already downloaded this staticy… for green screen footage here. And… let’s delete the audio, which I’m not gonna use the audio. And let’s put it to over top of your footage here. So the next thing you’re gonna do is go to the ‘effects’, go ‘key’, Type in key and then drag this ultra key onto that green screen footage. And then go ‘effects control’ here and then scroll all the way down until you see this picker, and then you pick the green out of it, and boom! As you can see, it’s got that staticky right over top of your footage. And there it is. And just a note is, the nice thing about having an overlay into a footage. Sometimes I download something that was 720, at least, like you know, fit into that screen, that little screen. And the nice thing too is, you know, you see this is not centered. I just like that footage and kind of, make it centered into the TV. And there you go, Boom! Alright, so that’s how I do my in TV effect. If you like it make sure you hit that Like button and also Subscribe for more rapid-fire, adobe premiere tutorials. Alright, we’ll see you in the next video!