All tagged Media Cache

Premiere Pro CC 2018 (12.0.1) Update

The January 2018 release of Premiere Pro has some exciting new enhancements. Read on to know more:

Motion Array: How To Delete Cache Data In Premiere Pro

In this video we explore how to free up space on your computer by getting rid of media cache files in Premiere Pro and After Effects. This process can free up a substantial amount of storage space and even increase your computer and workflow speed as a result. Whether you use a PC or Mac, you can certainly benefit from deleting media cache often. So lets dive in and check it out together! —Motion Array

Motion Array: How To Stop Premiere Pro From Crashing

How to get Premiere Pro to stop crashing is a question that many people are asking as new updates continue to roll out. There are a variety of reasons why your version of Premiere Pro could crash. However, there is one main solution that seems to work for a lot of people. We're going to go over this main solution together, and if that doesn't work for you, we're also going to go over a variety of other things to try out. So let's dive in and fix premiere pro together! —Motion Array

Adobe: Premiere Pro CC 2017 (11.1.1) Update Fixes User Media Deletion Bug

Adobe has released an update (11.1.1) for Premiere Pro CC 2017 that fixes a critical bug that deleted user media files when the new automatic media cache management tools were used incorrectly. The new Media Cache tools can be found under Preferences > Media Cache, and were designed to automatically remove aging and unused media cache files. Reportedly, the unintentional file deletion occurred when the Media Cache was moved from its default location. Regardless, users can avoid this issue by updating to Premiere Pro CC 2017 (11.1.1).

Chinfat: Markers - Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017

Everything you wanted to know about markers in Premiere Pro. YouTuber, Chinfat, talks about markers in-depth in this episode of his Premiere Pro CC 2017 tutorial series. He starts off by showing what markers are, and how sequence and clip markers are different. At 5:34 Chinfat covers one of his favorite marker features: in and out points. This can be done by Option (Alt) clicking on markers or by modifying the duration field in the Marker inspector window. Markers can also be color coded, which Chinfat demonstrates at 7:54. He also shows how to search sequence or clip markers by color and text in the Marker panel at 8:50. Chinfat's tutorial is so thorough, at 10:47 he even explains how markers are saved to XMP files, which are stored in Premiere Pro's Media Cache Database. These settings can be controlled under Preferences. Finally, at 12:33 Chinfat shows how to enable Ripple Sequence Markers under the Markers menu. This setting is critical if you're making edits and want your markers to stay in sync with your clips. This is a long tutorial, but you'll walk away with a deep understanding of markers in Premiere Pro. Mark my words.

This episode covers the use of markers for organization in Premiere Pro. —Chinfat

Screenlight: The Definitive Guide to Adobe Premiere Pro's Media Cache

Premiere Pro's media cache is mysterious. Even today, I have to remind myself not to be afraid of it. Thankfully, there's this new guide from Screenlight, a blog post written by Premiere Pro trainer Jason Cox. He defines the media cache as a collection of "helper files" for Premiere Pro. Jason goes on to explain the different types of files and how to manage them. Great post!

Video editors deal with a lot of files. Beyond the of thousands of media files, render files, autosaves, and backups, the last thing we want to think about is additional… anything. But the dirty secret is, there are probably files on your system right now, devouring precious hard drive space and you have no idea they’re there! ::cue dramatic music:: Welcome to Premiere’s Media Cache! —Jason Cox, Screenlight Blog