How to create a STOP-MOTION look in Premiere Pro

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In this tutorial, I will learn you how to create a stop-motion look in Premiere Pro. We are going to use the posterize time effect to create a fake stop-motion. Try, buy, download or upgrade Adobe Premiere Pro CC here:

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