All tagged Proxy Workflow
Watch Peter McKinnon's "Amalgamation" of Premiere Pro Tips.
In this tutorial, Peter McKinnon shares his "highly anticipated" top 10 Premiere Pro tips he's collected over the years. We've broken out each tip into its own segment so you can get the most out of Peter’s tips and his McKinnonisms.
In this excerpt from a "Ask Larry Anything" webinar, Larry Jordan walks through the proxy workflow in Premiere Pro.
Make YOUR Proxies work in Adobe Premiere Pro If you've already created your own Proxies, you can still take advantage of Adobe's amazing Proxy workflow. This tutorial will show you have to attach your Proxies and begin to use them using Adobe's Proxy workflow. —VideoRevealed
In this tutorial, Ryan Connelly of Film Riot walks through the proxy workflow in Premiere Pro.
In this tutorial, I show you how to fix timeline playback lag in Adobe Premiere Pro! —TheAndySan
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
One of the essential parts of any 8K 360 VR video production is to master 360° VR Proxy workflow. Today, I will share my proxy presets on both PC and MAC, both monoscopic and stereoscopic to you. And I also teach you how to create your own 360VR proxy preset to streamline your workflow. —CreatorUp
This tutorial will demonstrate how to use 4k media within an HD Multicamera edit. It also shows how to work with mixed HD and UltraHD media when switching between cameras. —VideoRevealed
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
Editing video projects requires organization, stamina, concentration, and endurance. In this tutorial, learn how to maximize your workflow. —Zach Ramelan, Premiumbeat
Create proxies in Davinci Resolve, then take the footage to Premiere Pro for editing. Then take the edit to Resolve for color grading. —Chinfat
Adobe Premiere Pro is a beast of a program - both in terms of what it's capable of and the learning curve. Even long-time users wind up not taking the time to learn how to fully optimize it and get the most out of the software. Here's my top 10 tips to optimize Premiere Pro. Think of this as a guide to getting Premiere working best on your machine. —EposVox