Week in Premiere 12/16/16
This Week in Premiere Pro:
- Gareth Edwards Discusses Monsters and Adobe
- Deadpool Golden Globe Nominations
- The "Angus Wall Feature" Premiere Pro
- 2 "Ask Larry Anything" Premiere Pro Questions
Premiere Pro News
Before he directed Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Godzilla, Gareth Edwards made Monsters, a Spielbergian independent thriller. Hear from Gareth himself speak on how the Adobe Photoshop, After Effects and Premiere Pro helped him bring his film to the silver screen. He insightfully points out that, just like watching a movie is a singular experience, the ultimate post-production software should blur the lines between editing and visual effects. Gareth aptly puts it this way, "I'm a big fan of Adobe because it all interlinks".
Gareth Edwards is known for his successes with "Godzilla" and "Rogue One: A Star Wars Movie™", but many people still refer to his breakout independent film, "Monsters". Hear Gareth talk about how working in tools like Premiere Pro and After Effects enabled him to work quickly in multiple locations and deliver his film "Monsters". —Adobe
Congrats to Team Adobe for the Deadpool Golden Globe nominations. Too bad there's not a best post-production software category.
Premiere Pro Puns
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Premiere Pro Tips
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Premiere Pro Tutorials
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
Not sure where the development of HDR stands? Not sure what HDR is? Legendary trainer, Larry Jordan, shares not only what HDR (High Dynamic Range) is, but also the challenges facing post-production HDR workflows and mainstream HDR consumption. At ~6:05 Larry discusses the current state of HDR support in Premiere Pro CC.
Current support for HDR (High Dynamic Range) media is a series of small steps down a very long path. Current issues include monitoring, color grading, compression and distribution. In this short video, Larry Jordan explains the current state of HDR (High Dynamic Range) media in both Final Cut Pro X and Adobe Premiere Pro CC. He explains where we are now and where we are headed. —Larry Jordan
One of the coolest things about Premiere Pro is the many features implemented at the request of feature film editors. In this video, Colin Smith of VideoRevealed talks about a particular feature requested by film editor, Angus Wall (Panic Room, the Social Network). In Premiere Pro, the feature is called "Insert and overwrite sequences as nests or individual clips" and is located in the top right of the Timeline panel, below the timecode. However, many Premiere Pro trainers often refer to this feature as the "nest or not" button. Watch the video to see how it works!
Angus Wall is an Oscar winning director and he helped to shape Premiere Pro into a powerful feature film editing program. This tutorial shows one of the many features that he requested. —VideoRevealed
In this "Ask Larry Anything" webinar, Larry Jordan answers how to create a multi-camera sequence in Premiere Pro using clips that are 4K and 1080p. The trick is to create a multi-camera sequence in 4K, and then edit it into a 1080p sequence. Watch the video as Larry guides you through the process of creating the milt-camera sequence, and editing it into the timeline.
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