Week in Premiere 6/12/15

This Week In Premiere Pro

• The ultimate list of Premiere Pro feature requests
• Cutting promos with Christine Steele
• Cleaning out Premiere Pro's media cache
• Llamas

Tweet of the Week. This video tore onto the Twitter scene Tuesday, June 9th, 2015. Taran Van Hemert gives one of the most  comprehensive feature requests ever. It's a labor of love by an editor that truly cares about bettering his NLE. By the end of the video I was on my feet applauding. If you have experience editing with Premiere Pro, watch this video read your mind. 

Team Adobe's response. It's important to point out, this is a big reason why I choose Premiere Pro.

Most Helpful. Aaron Williams via PremiumBeat gives another practical Premiere Pro tip; this time for the "Replace With Clip..." function shown by right-clicking a clip in the timeline. Speed up your workflow by applying this tip to updating graphics or conforming your edit after color grading. 

Most "Cashe". A reminder to clean your media cache! Here's two articles that explain Premiere Pro's media cache and how/when to clean it: Pro Video Coalition via Scott Simmons and PremiumBeat via Jonny Elwyn.

Most Resourceful. NewBlueFX aggregates 8 free Premiere Pro websites, instructors, and evangelists onto one webpage. What's your No.1 go-to Premiere Pro resource? Is it on this list?

Most Colorful. If you haven't yet seen the features of the new Premiere Pro—catch all the best demos, all in one place.

Most Nutritional. Breakfast of champions.

#TimelineTuesday. FTW. Llama lovers, check out this film.

Most Thought Provoking/Most Insightful. Premiere Pro master Christine Steele breaks down cutting promos that hook an audience. Steele shares some really incredible insights on trending editing techniques and how to stay ahead of the curve. Originally Tweeted by @AdobePremiere, her Tweet is featured so you can easily follow her if you're not already doing so!

@AdobePremiere. #1 and #3 are top of my list of reasons for using Premiere Pro. How about yours?

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Sean Schools

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.