- Filming Tips
- Step 1: Setting Up Your Project
- Step 2: Adding Media to the Project and the Timeline
- Step 3: Marking the Firing Points
- Step 4: Choosing the Color for the Muzzle Flash
- Step 5: Defining the Shape of the Muzzle Flash
- Step 6: Adding Some Blur
- Step 7: Duplicating the Muzzle Flash
- Final Steps: Adding a Sound Effect and a Background
- Render and Save
Final Steps: Adding a Sound Effect and a Background
Now that you have the muzzle flash in place, you should finish off this project by adding a sound effect below each muzzle flash. Once you've sourced and imported your sound effect into Premiere Elements, you can use the markers on the Timeline to synchronize sound with action and the muzzle flash effect.
As a final step, use the various Key effects (Videomerge, Green Screen Key, Non-Red Key, for example) to remove the green-screen background from your clip and place your background shot onto the Background track.