Adobe has announced the release of both Photoshop Elements 2022 and Premiere Elements 2022. Both use new Adobe Sensei AI-powered features which according to Adobe will “take your photos and videos to new creative heights.”
Aside from trying to stay on the bleeding edge of gaming, one thing that’s sure to chew up every resource your PC has to offer, it’s video editing. And anybody who’s used Premiere Pro for video editing has been there at some point where it just refuses to give you the performance that you need.
Well, in this video, Olufemii shows us one hundred ways to speed up Adobe Premiere Pro to make our editing workflow go more smoothly. These tips are primarily geared towards Windows users, although some of them will be useful for Mac users, too.
Adobe has just announced their May 2021 update for Adobe’s Creative Cloud, including new features for both Adobe Audition and Adobe Premiere Pro. Audition now sees native Apple M1 support, with improved performance for recording and mixing and a couple of very handy new features for stripping silence and monitoring loudness.
Premiere Pro also sees a new Loudness Meter for audio, refinements to the captions workflow, DirectX 12 support on Windows, and performance enhancements for Canon XF HEVC video file, amongst other new updates.
Premiere Pro is about to make it easier to manage and organize your projects and share them with the members of your team. Productions a new feature set coming soon to Premiere Pro. Productions provides new tools for managing projects, sharing assets between them, aimed both at your solo projects and those on which you work with a team.
Adobe’s Premiere Pro is one of the most popular video editing applications in the world. Like most non-linear editors, though, Premiere Pro can seem very overwhelming to new users, especially when it comes to effects. In this new video series, Justin Odisho is on a mission to go over every single effect available in Premiere Pro.
Each video goes over a different group of effects available natively in the effects panel of Premiere Pro. He takes a deep dive into each of the effects to explain exactly how they work and what each of the options available to them does.
If you’ve been shooting the popular BMPCC4K you know that that BRAW is a great codec. It is very light on the computer on one hand, and preserve a lot of information on the other hand. It was natively supported in DaVinci Resolve, but you had to to get a $25 third-party plugin to run it in Premiere.
Today Black Magic released an official FREE plugin that supports both Premiere and Avid. You can download the plugin here.
Learning something new from scratch can be an overwhelming experience. You simply don’t know where to start and you may feel utterly confused. If you’ve wanted to learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro but still find it intimidating, Jason Boone of No Film School has prepared a fantastic tutorial. It’s made for absolute beginners, and it will teach you the basics of Premiere Pro in only 15 minutes.