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3 Ways to Optimize Premiere Pro's Performance

How to Get the Best Premiere Pro Performance out of your System, Preferences, and Playback Settings. 

It's frustrating when you're trying to edit and playback in Premiere Pro is laggy and unresponsive. In this tutorial, featuring Ian Sansavera of Learn How to Edit Stuff, there are three ways to optimize Premiere Pro for the best possible playback performance.

tutvid: How to Export The Best HD Video for YouTube

In this Premiere Pro tutorial, we’ll cover a fundamental aspect of a lot of video editing projects today: How to Upload High Quality Video to YouTube. I’ll break down the Export dialog box and show you how to choose a format, save a preset, choose audio settings, CBR or VBR?, and a number of factors that go into making your video look good while compressing to a reasonable file size. —tutvid

EposVox: Premiere Pro is Faster on Intel? Hardware Encoding Demystified

A lot of talk has been generated about which processors are best for editing and rendering in Adobe Premiere Pro following their April CC 2018 12.1 update where they FINALLY enabled Intel Quick Sync Video encoding - which utilizes the iGPU of some Intel CPUs to compress to H264 faster. But I feel like a lot of these discussions miss the mark, and the gaps in info provided, or outright misinformation given, has led some viewers to become even more polarized with regards to Intel vs. AMD in editing. —EposVox

DOD Media: Hack your Premiere Pro Preparation Workflow

In this tutorial, David of DOD Media reveals his tips for creating a Premiere Pro project template. Not to be confused with effect presets or Motion Graphics templates, a project template is a Premiere Pro project file that has all your custom bins, sequences, and track effects already created. Duplicate the project template, rename it, and you're ready to import your footage and start editing!