- Adobe Premiere User Guide
- 1. Alternatives+
- 1.1 Premieree Pro Alternatives
- 1.2 Premieree Elements Alternatives
- 1.3 After Effects VS Premieree
- 1.4 Premieree Pro CS6 for Mac
- 1.5 Top 10 Alternatives for Linux
- 2. Basic Editing
- 2.1 6 Most Useful Tips
- 2.2 System Requirements
- 2.3 Import and Export Videos
- 2.4 How to use Premieree Pro
- 2.5 Merging
- 2.6 Cropping
- 2.7 Rotating
- 2.8 Reversing
- 2.9 Slow-mo and Timelapse
- 3. Advanced Editing+
- 3.1 Record voiceover
- 3.2 Premiere Pro Transitions
- 3.3 Edit text/title
- 3.4 Create a Chroma-Key Effect
- 3.5 PIP/Split Screen
- 3.6 Color correction
- 3.7 Freeze-Frames
- 3.8 Motion blur
- 3.9 Upload to YouTube
- 4. Tips and Tricks+
How to Reverse/Rewind Clips in Adobe Premiere Pro
It has become a recent trend that people want to watch their videos playing in reverse mode and for that reason they keep looking for some cool video editing software. Adobe Premiere Pro is a powerful video editing and production software with loads of exciting tools which help you edit the recorded clips the way you want. Many people find it difficult to operate and are often seen asking how to reverse/rewind clips in Adobe Premiere Pro? Here is a simple step by step guide that will help you get the answer of this frequently asked answer.
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In order to help you reverse/rewind clips using FilmoraPro, we present a simple step-by-step guide:
- Import the clip that you want to edit or reverse.
- Select and Drag the clip to the timeline that you want to reverse/rewind.
- Search "reverse" at Effects library.
- If you want to reverse video clip, drag Time Reverse onto clip in the timeline.
- If you want to reverse audio clip, drag Audio Reverse onto clip as well.
- Now, it is done.
How to reverse/rewind clips in Adobe Premiere Pro Step by Step
- Launch Adobe Premiere Pro and click Import. Select the video clip that you want to edit.
- Right-click on the Clip's name in the Project Section of the Adobe Premiere Pro.
- Select Speed/Duration from the menu that opens from right-clicking on the Clip's name.
- Check the box right next to Reverse Speed from the dialogue box that opens.
- Click the OK button to reverse the clip.
- Drag the clip from the Project section onto the timeline.
- Click the Play button to watch the reversed clip.
Here is a video tutorial on how to reverse video in Adobe Premiere Pro
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