Check out These Free Water Effects in Adobe Premiere Pro

Check out These Free Water Effects in Adobe Premiere Pro

May 20, 2020

Relocate your footage under the sea with the help of our free Water FX Sample Pack! Our 4K water effect overlays are the perfect tool for making your footage look like it’s been submerged underwater. This free pack contains two different water bubble splash overlays (as well as some pretty cool fire effects for an entirely different look!). Discover how to use these free video effects by checking out this tutorial and getting our free pack from the CinePacks website. Don’t forget to explore our other incredible free packs while you’re there!

Locate the Free Fire and Water Sample Pack on the CinePacks website. Since this is a free pack, all you have to do is provide us with your email address so we can send you the download link. Once you receive the link in your inbox, download and unzip the folder of free video effects. This free pack includes several free fire and water effects and video transitions (as well as a $5 off coupon if you’d like to purchase our full pack). 

Import these video effects into Adobe Premiere Pro. (Note: This is an Adobe Premiere Pro tutorial but these video effects are also compatible with Final Cut Pro, Sony Vegas, and DaVinci Resolve.)

Drag the 4K water effects directly into your timeline above your footage. Right click the effects and select “Scale to Frame Size” (if needed), then change the Blend Mode to Screen or Linear Dodge (Add). (Tip: these water effects work best with darker footage.)

To change the color of any of these effects, simply adjust the settings as desired under Lumetri Color → Basic Correction. You can experiment with changing the Exposure, Tint, Temperature, or Contrast to make your water effects seem brighter or darker.

These video effects also look great once stacked together! Bring in the water bubbles video effect to see how it looks layered with the first water effect.

If you want to drastically change the color of these water effects, navigate to Video Effects → Color Correction → Tint and click next to “Match White To.” Choose whatever color you’d like (we chose a dark blue) to transform the color of your free video effects.

Find More Free Adobe Premiere Effects on the CinePacks Website

Get tons of amazing video effects for your next production without paying a cent! We’ve also developed a multitude of products available for purchase in our packs store that can help you create something truly extraordinary, so head to our website to see what we have for you. Check out our many tutorials for Adobe Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro, and DaVinci Resolve to learn how to use these video effects in different ways. If you ever have questions about any of our video effects or how to use them, get in touch! We’re active on Instagram and Facebook (where you can get the latest updates about our new products) so be sure to tag us in your projects when you use one of our video effects packs! 

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