When you are a video editing beginner, you may not know where or how to get started. Certainly, you’ve watched videos, but that doesn’t mean you can edit them. Here are 5 tips to get you rolling in the world of video editing right away.Read More
Adobe's Make The Cut Contest Puts You in the Edit Chair of Imagine Dragons' Next Music Video
Imagine this: YOU editing the next music video for Imagine Dragons.
Now open your eyes and read on.Read More
PProChat: The Premiere Pro User Chat and Facebook Group
PProChat is an online community where Premiere Pro users gather to discuss video editing topics, techniques, tips and tutorials. Here are the rules, and what you can expect from PProChat.Read More
The Ultimate List of Free Premiere Pro Tutorials, Blogs and Groups for 2017
One of the best things about being a Premiere Pro user is the vast number of free resources available to us. Adobe Premiere Pro has a vibrant online community of users, and many of them are helpful contributors who offer tutorials and blog posts — all free — to their Premiere Pro peers. Here are the top free Premiere Pro resources for 2017.Read More
The Most Affordable and Portable Color Grading Panel for Premiere Pro
Get a close look at the Tangent Ripple in this Premiere Product review, and see what makes it one of the most portable and affordable color grading panels on the market, especially for the Premiere Pro Lumetri Color panel.
"Getting in touch with your software has never been more affordable." That's the claim Tangent makes about their entry-level panel, the Ripple.
It's true.Read More
What's Next For Premiere Bro in 2017?
Premiere Bro has some new things planned for 2017. Including the Premiere Bro Newsletter, PProChat, site improvements and more! Read this post to learn what's next for the Premiere Pro User Blog and Fansite.Read More
A Special Holiday Message and Recap from Premiere Bro
Happy holidays Premiere Pro users! It's that time of year to look back and count your blessings. For Premiere Bro, that means being thankful for amazing editing software and many wonderful readers. That means you! If you're reading this, thank you!Read More
NAB Show New York, formerly CCW, is the condensed, East coast version of NAB Show. NYC native and Adobe certified trainer, Paul Murphy, shares his experience at NAB Show New York 2016. Join Paul as he revisits the Adobe booth and the Post|Production Conference and Campus. At the end of the post, Paul shares 5 tips from his presentation Hidden Keyboard Shortcuts in Adobe Premiere Pro.Read More
An Interview with Adobe’s Steve Forde on Innovation and Prioritization
In a post Final Cut Pro 7 world, video editors are concerned about the integrity and longevity of their editing software. Like modern rock n’ roll, technology is making it easy for post-production software manufacturers to “sell out” by prioritizing consumer accessibility over professional functionality. In the wake of the Creative Cloud 2017 release, Adobe’s Steve Forde assures Premiere Pro CC users that Adobe is steadfastly sold out for video professionals.Read More
Premiere Pro Tips, VR, Adobe Stock, and Sneak Peaks from Adobe MAX 2016
Revisit Adobe MAX 2016 with certified Adobe Premiere Pro trainer, Dylan Osborn. If you were not able to attend, this is your chance to get in on the excitement of this year’s Adobe MAX conference. Dylan shares his MAX experience in this list of tips and insights aimed at Premiere Pro users and video creators.Read More