Week in Premiere 12/14/18

Premiere Pro Week in Review:

  • Premiere Pro CC 2019 (13.0.2) Update Now Available

  • Adobe Adds Support for ProRes Export on Windows

  • Win a FREE PC Workstation by Puget Systems

  • FREE Webinar—Premiere Rush: Beyond the Basics

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Premiere Pro News

I Can't Believe It! ProRes Export In Premiere Pro! (And More)

Dec 11, 2018 — Adobe has just announced support for exporting to Apple ProRes on Windows from Premiere Pro, After Effects, and Adobe Media Encoder. Apple ProRes is a super edit-friendly and high-quality codec that is widely used in the industry. —Cut To The Point

Premiere Pro Can Now Export ProRes On Windows! (Proxies And Previews, Too!)

Dec 14, 2018 — This is an awesome update. Just wanted to share. —EposVox


Premiere Products / Free Stuff

Puget Systems & Intel Workstation Giveaway 2018

Dec 13, 2018 — Puget Systems is a leading manufacturer of workstations for content creation, engineering and scientific computing. We know what it takes to make a great workstation that is the right tool for the job. We're partnering up with Intel this holiday season to give away THREE workstations, each with an Intel Core i9-9900K CPU. Intel's Core i9-9900K processor has an incredible balance of both speed (up to 5GHz) and cores (8 cores), which makes it ideal for VR, gaming, CAD, photo editing and more! —Puget Systems

FREE PDF: Keyboard Shortcuts for Motion Graphics templates (Mogrts)

Dec 11, 2018 — Here's a list of Essential MoGraph Shortcuts in Adobe Premiere Pro to help you get more productive. Included in the PDF are tips to keep in mind when creating shortcuts. —Roland Kahlenberg

Premiere Pro Keyboard Shortcuts by Editors Keys

Dec 12, 2018 — If you're looking to speed up your video editing within Adobe Premiere Pro CC then keyboard shortcuts are the way to go. At Editors Keys we produce shortcut keyboard covers for iMac, MacBook Pro's and the wireless keyboards and we also have a great selection of fully backlit keyboards for Mac and PC. —Editors Keys


Premiere Pro Tutorials

Tips To Become A Premiere Pro Power User With Jeff Greenberg & Abba Shapiro (Adobe MAX 2018 Session)

Dec 10, 2018 — There’s always a way to work smarter, not harder. Join Master Trainers Jeff Greenberg and Abba Shapiro and see how to optimize your use of Premiere Pro. Find out how professional editors speed up the process and get answers to the tough questions you have. —Adobe

Make Highlights Glow In Premiere Pro

Dec 11, 2018 — Here's a simple trick you can add to your editing knowledge. You might not necessarily use it a lot, but the more things you understand while you edit, the better editor you become. —Double Panda Film

Pixelated Text Transition in Premiere Pro

Dec 9, 2018 — In this quick 2 min Premiere Pro tutorial I am teaching you how to do a pixelated text / title reveal. This is a great effect for gaming title intro or techie gadget or scifi use. —chungdha

Using the New DeNoise and DeReverb In Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019

Dec 9, 2018 — NEW DeNoise + DeReverb in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019 This tutorial shows how you can remove noise and reverb from your audio recordings using the new DeNoise and DeReverb effects in Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2019. If you were frustrated with the limitations of Adaptive Noise in 2018, then this will be a huge update for you! —VideoRevealed

Premiere Rush Tutorials

Adobe Premiere Rush: Beyond the Basics

Dec 11, 2018 — This webinar will take a look at the recently released Adobe Premiere Rush and how it might be useful in an editor’s workflow. We will look at some of the similarities between Rush and its older (and more mature) sibling Premiere Pro as well some of the things that make Rush unique. We will also dig beyond some of the basic editing features to understand how media management works in Premiere Rush. —Scott Simmons, Moviola


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Sean Schools is Premiere Bro, the Premiere Pro User Blog and Fansite, dedicated to enriching the Premiere Pro editing experience and user community. Sean is a Full Sail University alum and the award-winning video editor for JK Design, a New Jersey advertising agency.