Use Overlays to Display Clip and Sequence Metadata on the Monitors in Premiere Pro
Overlays in Premiere Pro are extremely handy for viewing clip and sequence metadata directly in the monitors. They show valuable information about the frame at the current playhead position. If you are meticulous about media management, metadata, and markers, then overlays are your reward. Let's take a look at how Overlays work in Premiere Pro, including several specific ways they can help your editing workflow.
How to Use Premiere Pro's Thumbnails as Source Monitors with Master Clip Effects and More!
This tutorial will help you get more out of thumbnails in Premiere Pro. We are going to be looking specifically at the following Project panel settings: Preview Area, Thumbnails, Thumbnails show effects applied, Hover Scrub, Thumbnail controls for all pointing devices.
This tutorial on Automate to Sequence won't change the way you edit in Premiere Pro. But, it could change the way you begin an edit in Premiere Pro. We'll also look at how Automate to Sequence can help you edit to a beat, make time-lapses and fix audio pops on jump cuts.