Nested sequences in Premiere Pro are great for two reasons: they reduce timeline clutter by condensing multiple clips into one, and they allow you to combine effects such as Warp Stabilizer and Time Remapping. Jourdan Aldredge demonstrates both of these scenarios in this Premiumbeat blog post.
Nesting in Premiere Pro is a great tool for streamlining a long project. It’s also great for combining more effects to a clip than is usually possible. Here’s how to use it. —Jourdan Aldredge, Premiumbeat Blog
In this video, Jordy Vandeput of Cinecom.net shows how to use the proxy workflows in the latest version of Premiere Pro CC to edit high resolution footage. This workflow is especially helpful for editing 4K on a slow computer or laptop. In fact, a proxy workflow might be the difference between being able to edit your video, and not being able to at all!
Slow computers and 4K video editing doesn't go together. But there's an option in Premiere Pro that creates low resolution proxies in a very fast workflow. —Jordy Vandeput, Cinecom.net
In this video tutorial, Colin Smith of VideoRevealed teaches how to use proxies in Premiere Pro. Proxy files are light-weight versions of the original camera files, and they are ideal for editing ultraHD footage, especially if you're editing with an older computer or on-the-go with a laptop. The proxy workflows in Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 make it easy to generate and attach proxy files. Colin gives you a step-by-step guide in this easy to follow tutorial.
This tutorial will show you how Premiere Pro will create and attach proxies so you can work on large frame sizes on slower systems. It also covers creating custom Ingest Presets in case you find the included presets don't fit your needs. —VideoRevealed
In this Premiumbeat tutorial, Jason Boone breaks down how to archive a video project using the Project Manager in Premiere Pro. In short, the Project Manager allows you to export selected sequences with all their media to a single folder for easy backup or hand-off. Jason explains all the Project Manager settings you need to know to successfully create an archive of your project.
Archiving is the best way to share your Premiere Pro projects. Here's how to archive your projects in Premiere Pro. —Jason Boone, Premiumbeat Blog
This is the 2nd Done With Dylan tutorial in a 2-part series on proxy workflows in Premiere Pro. In this video, Dylan Osborn shows how to create both an encoding and ingest preset for proxies. Choosing the right aspect ratio for your proxies can be confusing. Luckily, Dylan has done all the math for you. He has provided a proxy conversion chart with the aspect ratios and frame sizes for common footage resolutions (see below). Visit Dylan's site to download his Proxy Frame Size Conversion Chart.
Part two shows you how to create custom ingest presets for different proxy frame sizes in four minutes. —Dylan Osborn
In this Done with Dylan tutorial, Dylan Osborn teaches how to set up a proxy workflow in Premiere Pro. CC 2015.3 and later. He walks through how to generate proxies, and explains the default proxy formats and sizes. Dylan does the math for you and provides a conversion reference, so you can select the right format for your footage. This tutorial is part 1 of 2-part series.
Improved performance is the goal of a proxy workflow, but you need to choose the right preset for your media and manage proxies through the edit. Part one shows you how to get set up. —Dylan Osborn