Week in Premiere 7/3/15
This Week In Premiere Pro
• Batman transition
• Two Jonny Elwyn tips
• Nothing but Good takes
• Adobe on vacation
Most Helpful. Get all your good stuff in one bin! This applies to subclips as well! Mark your in an out in the Source Monitor, Cmd+U (Create Subclip), check 'Good' in the subclip's metadata field.
Most Generous/Most Likely To Be Abused. Kyle is Head of Post Production for a well-established, Adobe Creative Cloud based company in Toronto. Send him your Q's!
Best Time Saver. Now the question is… what will you do?
Best In Show. The phrase "don't sweat the small stuff" does not apply here. It's all about the little things in Premiere Pro. Sleek and savvy, Jordy put together a snazzy video presentation of smaller features in Premiere Pro CC 2015.
Most Redundant. Spare the Twitterverse an angry Tweet. Read this and practice safe updating and backing up Premiere Pro project files.
Most Likely To Start On Time. Have a project for broadcast, festival, or tape? Jonny Elwyn via PremiumBeat shows how to set your start timecode. There's a free bonus iBook on broadcast delivery included!
Most Likely Jonny Elwyn. Step up your shortcut game with a Wacom tablet Macro! This workflow will make you want a Wacom tablet so hard. AnotherJonny Elwyn post via RocketStock, shared by PremiumBeat.
Best Transition. Search for "The Dark Wipe" in the Effects panel. Remember: "It's the transition our edits deserve, but not the one it needs right now. So we'll hunt him. Because he can take it. Because he's not our hero. He's a silent guardian, a watchful protector. A dark wipe."
Most Likely To Be A Thumbnail. Sometimes I'm guilty of doing Photoshop work in Premiere Pro. This is how to save out your work.
Worst Shameless Plug. PostPerspective was very kind to publish the Premiere Bro "Trim Editing in Premiere Pro CC 2015" post. Check it out in the PostPerspective newsletter, along with other awesome (Jurassic World) content!
@Adobe Cool to know Adobe is made of real people. Have fun at the lake!
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