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.
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
- Before Getting Started
- Hardware & Settings
- Working with Dailies
- Proxy Workflows
- Working with Productions
- Multi-camera editing
- Dynamic Link with After Effects
- Remote and Cloud Workflows
- Panels and integrations
- Resources & Tutorials
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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Adobe Premiere Pro is the industry-leading video editing software for film, TV, and the web. Creative tools, integration with other apps and services, and the power of Adobe Sensei help you craft footage into polished films and videos. And with the Premiere Rush app, you can create and edit new projects from any device.
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