All tagged Project Settings
In this tutorial, David of DOD Media reveals his tips for creating a Premiere Pro project template. Not to be confused with effect presets or Motion Graphics templates, a project template is a Premiere Pro project file that has all your custom bins, sequences, and track effects already created. Duplicate the project template, rename it, and you're ready to import your footage and start editing!
The second installment of episodes from Chinfat's new series on Premiere Pro CC 2018. In these four tutorials, Chinfat covers setting up a project, workspaces and layouts, and importing media. Stay tuned for more Chinfat episodes!
Sometimes when working on a video project not all of your team is in one location. This is the basics of using Adobe Teams for a collaborative workflow. —Loud Yeti
The first four episodes of Chinfat's new series for Premiere Pro CC 2018. In these four tutorials, Chinfat covers Preferences and Projects Settings, Timeline scroll options, Scale to Frame Size vs Set to Frame Size, and keyboard shortcuts. Stay tuned for more Chinfat episodes!
While Premiere has no official method for creating a project file template, it’s far from impossible to have a project file that’s immediately set up just the way you like it, sequence settings and all, with a simple double click! —Jason Cox, Screenlight
YouTuber, Chinfat, published the beginning of a new series on Premiere Pro CC 2017. In this first episode he goes over all the essentials you need to know to setup a project in Premiere Pro. He goes over everything from the opening splash screen to preferences and project settings. Much of this is not new, making this a great video to learn the project settings of Premiere Pro. But Chinfat does speak to several things specific to Premiere Pro CC 2017. For example, Chinfat covers the new "Project Locking" Preferences that prevents the project from being opened by more than one user at a time.
In this episode, I show the splash screen upon start up, the preference panel, and project settings to get started in Premiere Pro. —Chinfat