Explore unlimited Premiere Pro presets

Level Up LUTs Pack
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Surreal Dramatic Effects
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By PlaygroundStudio
3D Screen
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By VideoMaker
Free Luts For Premiere Pro
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By Motion Array Originals: The Creators
Sunlight Effects
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By LeftHand
Retro TV Text Animator
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Leaks Maker
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By Animark
Photo Display
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By Shmelevideo
Split-Screen 4K Presets
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Typewriter Animation
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Modules Transitions
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Pack Elements
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Documentary Offset Transitions
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BG Presets
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By Shmelevideo
Scribble Elements
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By Hakuna Matata
Cinematic Text Animator
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Rays Overlays & Spirals Background
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Duotone Color Presets
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Double Exposure Effect V.2
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Social Media Transitions
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By Hakuna Matata
Zoom Crop Presets
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Cinematic LUTs Collection
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Cinema TV Effect
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By Alexey_P
Jiggle Text 2
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By tarazz
Slideshow Maker V.2
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By Shmelevideo
Photo Dolly Zoom In
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By PlaygroundStudio
Cinematic New Year LUTs
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Push Stretch Transitions
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16mm Movie Effects
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By LeftHand
3D Slideshow Style Transitions
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Color Filter Pack
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By Motion Canyon
Ripped Paper Lower Thirds
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By Hakuna Matata
Tint Color
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By VideoMaker
Grunge Text
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By VideoMaker
35 Hit Presets
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By Animark
Unfold Paper - Comics Transitions
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Camera Shake Presets
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Slideshow Maker
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By Shmelevideo
Blockbuster Luts
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By Designado
Color Film Burn Generator
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Pixel Glitch Title Presets
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Fractal Slide Transitions
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Flex Transitions
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By PlaygroundStudio
Night Color Grades
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By Alexey_P
Memory Effect
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By Alexey_P

What are Adobe presets?

Premiere Pro presets are predefined, customizable settings that you can apply to any video while editing. They help you achieve professional effects quickly and easily. Instead of having to manually change the settings each time, you can simply drag and drop your chosen preset onto your video clip in Premiere Pro — and you’re done!

The difference between Premiere Pro templates and presets is that templates are complete projects (that can also be customized), whereas presets are a series of predefined settings or effects.

There are many different kinds of Premiere Pro presets. Some of the most popular ones include text effects, transitions, color grades and LUTs.

How to use a preset in Premiere Pro

The beauty of presets is that they’re surprisingly easy to use. Once you’ve found your preset of choice, download it and open up Adobe Premiere Pro. Next, navigate to the Effects window, right-click on top of the ‘Presets’ folder and select ‘Import Presets...’. A window will pop up. Select the preset and click ‘Open’.

Your installed presets will appear under the Presets folder, located inside the Effects window. To apply your preset in Premiere Pro, simply drag and drop it onto the relevant video clip and watch the magic happen.
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