Insider Tips: Clean Up Premiere Pro’s Timelines Automatically
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by Chris Salters
1M ago
Every week, Frame.io Insider asks one of our expert contributors to share a tip, tool, or technique that they use all the time and couldn’t live without. This week, Chris... The post Insider Tips: Clean Up Premiere Pro’s Timelines Automatically appeared first on Frame.io Insider ..read more
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Insider Tips: Get Creative with Premiere Pro Adjustment Layers
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by Chris Salters
4M ago
Every week, Frame.io Insider asks one of our expert contributors to share a tip, tool, or technique that they use all the time and couldn’t live without. This week, Chris Salters demonstrates some creative uses for adjustment layers in Premiere Pro. Creative uses for Premiere Pro’s Adjustment Layers If you haven’t been using Adjustment Layers in Premiere Pro, it’s time to reconsider. Adjustment Layers are essentially empty video clips that can be added to a timeline. They can hold effects ...read the rest of Insider Tips: Get Creative with Premiere Pro Adjustment Layers The post Insider Tips ..read more
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How Premiere Pro’s Text-Based Editing Transformed My Filmmaking
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by Sandra Lucille
4M ago
Documentary editors face a daunting task. We’re responsible for creating a narrative from hours and hours of footage, audio, and archival material. Because there’s no prewritten script, we rely on interview transcripts and notes to create one. It’s a lot like writing a story. And even though this portion of the editing process demands the most endurance, it’s my favorite part. Historically, popular editing software has prioritized visual editing over text editing, leaving documentary editors to develop tedious, hacky workarounds ...read the rest of How Premiere Pro’s Text-Based Editing Transfo ..read more
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The Complete Guide to Premiere Pro Proxies and Proxy Workflows
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by Jarle Leirpoll
5M ago
If you didn’t already know, proxy video workflows in Adobe Premiere Pro allow you to edit high-resolution footage more efficiently and smoothly. Proxies are usually low-resolution copies of the original video that are easier to handle for your computer. They’re temporary files that you use in your edit before reverting to the original media for finishing. Their biggest advantage is providing smooth playback on a system that cannot play the full-resolution media, so your system can work as fast as ...read the rest of The Complete Guide to Premiere Pro Proxies and Proxy Workflows The post The Co ..read more
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Frame.io Connections: Color Grading Essentials in Premiere Pro
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by Ray Ouladi
6M ago
If there’s anything we’ve learned about our readers over the years, it’s that you love content about all things color related. So we got inspired: what if we started a series of live demonstrations covering all the major color grading applications that have integrations with Frame.io? Last month we launched the first in our series of Frame.io Fundamentals live events, beginning with Lumetri, Premiere Pro’s powerful color grading tool. We were thrilled to see so many of you attend, and ...read the rest of Frame.io Connections: Color Grading Essentials in Premiere Pro The post Frame.io Connectio ..read more
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Insider Tips: Faster 3-Point Edits Using Premiere Pro’s Replace with Clip
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by Chris Salters
7M ago
Every week, Frame.io Insider asks one of our expert contributors to share a tip, tool, or technique that they use all the time and couldn’t live without. This week, Chris Salters speeds up 3-point edits using the Replace with Clip function in Premiere Pro. Faster 3-point edits using Premiere Pro’s Replace with Clip If you aren’t already familiar with the term 3-point edits, here’s a quick primer. They use In and Out points or markers in the Source monitor and the ...read the rest of Insider Tips: Faster 3-Point Edits Using Premiere Pro’s Replace with Clip The post Insider Tips: Faster 3-P ..read more
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Insider Tips: Three Ways to Move Your Entire Timeline in Premiere Pro
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by Chris Salters
8M ago
Every week, Frame.io Insider asks one of our expert contributors to share a tip, tool, or technique that they use all the time and couldn’t live without. This week, Chris Salters demonstrates three ways to move your entire timeline in Premiere Pro. Three ways to move your entire Timeline in Premiere Pro No matter the duration of the video being edited, the need constantly arises to move either the entire timeline or large portions of the timeline.  Here are three ...read the rest of Insider Tips: Three Ways to Move Your Entire Timeline in Premiere Pro The post Insider Tips: Three Ways to ..read more
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Make the Most of Your MOGRTs (Motion Graphics Templates)
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by Jarle Leirpoll
10M ago
If you’re already using Motion Graphics Templates (MOGRTs) then you’ll know how they can accelerate your Premiere Pro graphics workflow. But there may be times when things don’t always work the way you expect. So let’s take a look at what to do if you hit a MOGRT problem, and some of the steps you can take to avoid running into MOGRT issues in the first place. MOGRT organization options Premiere Pro comes with quite a few built-in MOGRTs. But ...read the rest of Make the Most of Your MOGRTs (Motion Graphics Templates) The post Make the Most of Your MOGRTs (Motion Graphics Templates) appeared f ..read more
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Insider Tips: Use Add Edits for Faster Cuts in Premiere Pro
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by Chris Salters
10M ago
Every week, Frame.io Insider asks one of our expert contributors to share a tip, tool, or technique that they use all the time and couldn’t live without.  This week, Chris Salters show you how to use Add Edits for faster cuts in Premiere Pro. Use Add Edits for faster cuts in Premiere Pro You’re likely familiar with Premiere Pro’s Razor tool.  If you’re not, it uses the mouse to split clips into smaller segments, which is video editing at its ...read the rest of Insider Tips: Use Add Edits for Faster Cuts in Premiere Pro The post Insider Tips: Use Add Edits for Faster Cuts in Premiere ..read more
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An Assistant Editor’s Guide to Syncing Projects in Premiere Pro
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by Chris Tennant
11M ago
As an assistant editor, I’ve been fortunate to work on theatrical and streaming projects for Sony, Netflix, NBC/Universal, Legendary Pictures, Blumhouse, and Parkwood Entertainment. And, over the years, I’ve seen a lot of Premiere Pro-based shows that have been set up incorrectly by previous assistant editors. This leads to frustrated editors who have to deal with excessive audio tracks, and difficult turnovers complicated by inaccurate timecode. But it doesn’t have to be this way. In this article, we’ll be looking ...read the rest of An Assistant Editor’s Guide to Syncing Projects in Premiere ..read more
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