Here's how I export video from Adobe Premiere Pro and upload to Instagram's new IGTV platform. Video settings and export presets provided. —Boone Loves Video
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In this video I show you 5 tips that will help you to become a faster editor in Premiere Pro. I've been using the software every day of my life for the past 6 years and have picked up some techniques and tricks that will help you in the process of expressing your creative vision. —Mitch Lally
A brief overview of the new features of Adobe Media Encoder CC 2018 (12.0.1) is presented by Kevin Monahan. A review of the 12.0 features released in October 2016 is included, as well. Social media publishing options, with features for uploading videos with descriptions directly to YouTube, Vimeo, and Facebook channels and playlists via Adobe Media Encoder are discussed. —Mission Creek Style
One of the most essential things you can teach yourself as a video editor is keeping your projects organized. Do this well, and it will allow you to browse and access the assets you need quicker, freeing up more time for creative work on your edit. Here are some tips on how to keep your Premiere Pro project nice and tidy. —Pond5
"What export settings should I use for Instagram?" It's a common question among Premiere Pro users. Not anymore! Jason Boone of Boone Loves Video shares his Instagram export presets for Premiere Pro. Watch the tutorial to learn how to install export presets.
Whether you’ve been using adobe premiere for a long time, or are just starting to figure out how to use adobe premiere, in this video we’ll run through my top 5 Adobe Premiere Pro editing techniques and tips to get you editing faster right now! —Justin Brown
Want to Edit Faster in Premiere Pro? We've compiled a list of 5 ways to save time and edit faster in Premiere. These include viewing footage at double speed, reducing playback quality, saving export settings as a preset, using adjustment layers, and taking advantage of keyboard shortcuts. Using any one of these tips should make a noticeable difference, but using them all in your next project may surprise you with how much time they save. —Jordan Dueck, Motion Array