See this video tutorial by Maxim Jago and Learn by Video about adding fades, titles, and music to a video in Premiere Pro.
You can use the Position and Scale controls of the Motion effect to create a picture-in-picture (PIP).
In this video tutorial, Phil Hawkins, from Infinite Skills, shows how to create a reusable Picture-in-Picture effect.
Dennis Radeke shows you how to make a picture-in-picture effect in this video tutorial on AdobeTV.
The technique of zooming and panning still images has also come to be known as “the Ken Burns effect”, since documentarian Ken Burns has made extensive use of it.
For a tutorial on zooming and panning still images, see The Ken Burns Effect on the Digital Video Editing blog.
In this Adobe Premiere Pro tutorial, Andrew Devis shows you how to pan and zoom in Premiere Pro like a professional. Learn proper key-frame interpolation so that the movement is smooth.
You can create a Jacob’s Ladder effect. The lightning bolt snaps back to a position along the start line after it has been pulled in a given direction.
A Stability value that is too low doesn’t allow the lightning to be stretched into an arc before it snaps back. A value that is too high lets the lightning bolt bounce around.
With the Reverb effect, you can make the audio of a clip ring out, that is make the last sound of the clip continue ringing past the end of the sound itself.