Meet Patrick Palmer, Adobe Sr. Product Manager, Professional Video Editing

Meet Patrick Palmer, Adobe Sr. Product Manager, Professional Video Editing

Adobe's Patrick Palmer, Talks Hollywood, Premiere Pro CC 2018, and Beyond.

Meet the man who is largely responsible for the future of Premiere Pro CC. Premiere Bro is proud to share this exclusive Premiere Profile with Adobe's Patrick Palmer. In this interview, we ask Patrick about Adobe's recent push into the Hollywood market and how that focus impacts non-Hollywood editors. He discusses the latest challenges facing video editors, and how the new features in Premiere Pro CC 2018 expand creativity by saving valuable time. 

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Premiere Pro CC 2018 Tutorials

Premiere Pro CC 2018 Tutorials

Tutorials on the New Features in Premiere Pro CC 2018.

Learn the new features in Premiere Pro CC 2018 with this collection of free video tutorials from Premiere Pro users. This post breaks down some of the most helpful tutorials on Multiple Open Projects, Shared Projects, Responsive Design, Immersive Video Effects and more! Whether you're a professional or a beginner editor, this is a good place to dive into Premiere Pro CC 2018.

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Premiere Pro CC 2018 Preview Review

Premiere Pro CC 2018 Preview Review

User Reactions to the New Features Coming in Premiere Pro CC 2018.

It's been exactly two weeks since the preview of Premiere Pro CC 2018. That's 14 days to think about the new features, and how they're going to impact our editing workflows. Let's see what Premiere Pro users have to say about them.

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Premiere Pro CC 2018 Preview: 5 Must-Know New Features

Premiere Pro CC 2018 Preview: 5 Must-Know New Features

Adobe Previews New Shared Projects, Immersive Effects, and Responsive Design Tools in Premiere Pro CC 2018.

The new features coming to Premiere Pro CC this Fall take new aim at collaborative editing and motion graphics workflows. In Premiere Pro CC 2018, video creators will find new ways of sharing projects, new ways of VR/360 video storytelling, and new ways to adapt motion graphics to fit project requirements. 

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