Search Adobe Stock for the clip you need to round out the promotional video you’re working on.
When you find the clip you’re looking for, add it to a new Library called “Resort Promo.”
In Premiere Pro’s Editing workspace, select Window > Libraries to reveal your selection.
In the Library pane, use the drop-down selection to choose the custom library you created for this project. In this case, Resort Promo.
Select the file you’d like to import, right-click, and choose Add to project.
Select Window > Workspace > Color to bring up the color-correction workspace.
You’ll see the Lumetri window on screen right, where you can color-correct and balance your new Adobe Stock video clip to match the overall feel of your project.
Click on the Color Wheels and Match tab, then select Comparison View.
Adjust the slider beneath the left image to identify your master color shot. Then park your playhead over your new clip and click Apply Match to quickly and seamlessly blend your new clip into the overall feel of your edit.
Select File > Export > Media… to prep your sequence for export.
In the export window, under Format, choose H.264 and under Preset VimeoHD or YouTube 1080p Full HD.
Click on the output name string of text to choose a destination folder for your video.
You’ve added the key missing shot to your brand video, without the cost of another production day.
Check out this curated collection from Adobe Stock with more images that you can use in your next project.