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Premiere Pro: Best Practices and Workflow Guide

premiere pro best practices and workflow guide

Jarle Leirpoll from PremierePro.net worked with experts from Adobe to create this in-depth Premiere Pro Best Practices and Workflow Guide for Long Form and Episodic Post Production.

This “white paper” is a treasure chest of knowledge for editors on larger productions like feature films and series. It’s aimed at the people who work with the highest of high-end productions, but the advice in this guide is extremely useful for all users of Premiere Pro and After Effects.

-Jarle Leirpoll

This deep-dive anthology of expert, step-by-step advice and illustrated examples is written by a team of industry experts and leading Adobe engineers.

Chapters in the Best Practices Guide

  1. Introduction
  2. Before Getting Started
  3. Hardware & Settings
  4. Working with Dailies
  5. Proxy Workflows
  6. Working with Productions
  7. Multi-camera editing
  8. Dynamic Link with After Effects
  9. Turnovers
  10. Remote and Cloud Workflows
  11. Panels and integrations
  12. Resources & Tutorials

 

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Looking for more Multicam tips & tricks, check out Jarle’s blog post Multicam Tips & Tricks for Premiere Pro Editors, in which he has many tips that didn’t fit in to the best practices guide.

 


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