All tagged Program Monitor
Insert, Overwrite, Overlay, and Replace Clips in Premiere Pro with Program monitor Drop-Zones.
There's more than one way to do pretty much everything in Premiere Pro. Especially when it comes to editing clips to the Timeline. In this tutorial, featuring Colin Smith of VideoRevealed, you will learn how to Insert, Overwrite, Overlay, and Replace clips using the 'hidden' drop-zones in the Program monitor.
The third installment of episodes from Chinfat's new series on Premiere Pro CC 2018. In these four tutorials, Chinfat covers four important panels in Premiere Pro: the Project panel, Source panel, Timeline panel, and Program panel. Stay tuned for more Chinfat episodes!
A few people have problems with the zoom menu in the Premier Pro Monitor panel. Surely there must be a better way? Yes there is! —Basic Filmmaker
As an editor, there's a lot of satisfaction in customizing your editing program to fit your needs. And when it comes to customization, Premiere Pro is king. In this Premiumbeat blog post, Jason Boone shares 5 tips for customizing Premiere Pro to help you save time, stay organized and edit faster. Tips include things like custom bins, workspaces, track hieght presets and more.
Speed and efficiency make all the difference in your daily video editing workflow. Use these tips, tricks, and techniques to customize your Premiere Pro experience for maximum organization. —Jason Boone, Premiumbeat Blog