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The January 2018 release of Premiere Pro has some exciting new enhancements. Read on to know more:
In this video we explore how to use the Multicam feature in Premiere Pro. This feature allows you to automatically tell Premiere to align and organize multiple video files into one sequence. You can then live direct which camera angles you would like to show up in the final sequence. It's an incredibly useful tool, so open up premiere and lets learn how to use it together! —Motion Array
Edit faster in premiere pro by learning how to sync multiple clips in premiere by audio. It's amazing how much time this can save in your edit if you use this multiple video clips method to sync multiple cameras and multiple takes in premiere pro. —Video Upskill
My workflow to sync multicamera footage with timecode in premiere pro in this tutorial. Learn the right way to get all the clips in order save yourself the hassle of looking through forums for the workflow as I have created this video to follow along. Hopefully it will save you time in the edit in future or right now. —Video Upskill
Do you work with multiple subtitled languages in your sequence? Here's a quick, easy way to switch between them using an unlikely feature in Premiere. This is a tutorial I've been meaning to do for a long, long time! —The Premiere Pro
Multicam shooting records an event using multiple cameras. Multicam editing allows us to see all those images at the same time as we edit the show. This allows us to quickly compare shots and pick the best one for our story. As cameras get less expensive and editing software gets more powerful, multicam shooting is becoming the norm, not the exception. —Larry Jordan
If you’re editing a music video or even a multicam show with 9 + angles I just don’t think there’s any real way to effectively watch all those angles in a multicam split, in realtime, switch the angles to make a cut and really see what’s going on. If you’re a veteran multicam director maybe but most of us are not. And often your hardware can’t keep up and play all those angles in realtime so here’s the way to do it ... I don’t know the proper name for this editing technique but I call it the Add Edit – Step Through technique. —Scott Simmons, ProVideo Coalition
In honor of 25 Years of Premiere Pro, Adobe has partnered with Imagine Dragons to produce Make The Cut, a one-of-a-kind music video editing contest. Contestants are able to download the actual production footage of the official Imagine Dragons "Believers" music video, and cut their own version for the chance to win $25,000!
Here are 7 tutorials, edited from an Adobe Premiere Pro Facebook livestream, featuring Adobe Evangelist, Jason Levine, teaching how to access the "Believers" production footage and begin editing your music video. Each video is a great tutorial on its own, but this series will especially give Make The Cut contestants a comfortable start in Premiere Pro.
With the chance to win fame and fortune, there's no better time to learn Premiere Pro; sign up for Make The Cut, download the footage and follow along with Jason in these music video tutorials.