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This video will show you how to create proxy files to MASSIVELY speed up your video editing speed, regardless of the specs of your computer. This is my entire workflow for creating video proxies, including my exact preset settings for both Mac and PC. You can also download my proxy preset (linked [below]) to save you the time of creating your own. Lastly, I cover how to create proxies even if you interpret your footage! If you've tried doing this before, you've probably noticed that the frame rates of your proxy files don't match up with your native video files. My workaround fixes this issue. —WhoIsMatt
In this Premiere Pro video editing tutorial, we will talk all about Proxies in Premiere Pro. This will be a deep dive on three different ways to import and create proxies in Premiere, what proxy files are and why they’re so great, how they can make your editing process faster, as well as why and when you might want to use them. This should be the definitive video that helps you understand proxies, proxy files, and Premiere Pro in less than 30 minutes! —tutvid
I go over how to proxy edit in Premiere Pro. This allows you to edit on lower end machines, as well as edit 4k or greater footage. —AdobeMasters
By the end of this article, you’ll have a complete understanding of Premiere Pro’s Create Proxies, Attach Proxies, and Reconnect Full Resolution Media workflows. —Sofi Marshall, Frame.io
Frame.io is really ramping up the content on their blog. This blog post by Sofi Marshall is one of the most comprehensive posts on Premiere Pro's proxy workflows that you'll ever come across. With over 4,500 words, she's sure to answer your proxy questions.
The post is broken up into three main sections: creating proxies in Premiere Pro, attaching proxies made in-camera or with 3rd-party software, and reconnecting full-resolution media.
There's a convenient table of contents near the top of the post to let readers skip to the section that most interests them. Click on the links below to go to the article