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Stay on top of the newest features in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. This course is dedicated to the video producers and editors who need to leverage the latest Premiere Pro tools and techniques fast. Author Rich Harrington covers the ever-changing and customizable user interface, quality and format improvements like the enhanced Mercury Playback Engine, timeline tricks, and media management techniques, and the best audio, multicamera, and closed captioning workflows.
This course was created and produced by Rich Harrington. Bookmark this course and check back for updates as Premiere Pro CC evolves.
(music playing) Hi! My name is Richard Harrington and I am certified trainer for Adobe. And today we'll be taking a look at the new features inside Adobe Premiere Pro. There is a lot of great editions with what's going to be coming out, and I wanted to give you up peek at all the new things you'll discover with the latest addition. We're going to go ahead and start by taking a look at some of the user interface improvements. Things like a higher resolution interface and the ability to really see our actions save guides, as well as work with ToolTips.
We will then take a look at extending the power of Adobe Premiere Pro with integration with both Adobe Story and the Adobe Exchange panel. We'll also take a look at some of the quality and format improvements. You'll learn how more users could take advantage of the Adobe Mercury Playback Engine, as well as new ways of working with raw file formats and additional camera native formats. Plus the big news is both Avid and NFX wrapped, avid DNxHD files, now work natively with Premiere Pro. We'll spend a lot of time exploring a timeline panel, learning how to customize the tracks, the heights, and their appearance.
You'll also find several time-saving features like Dupe detection and the ability to refine Through Edits. Additionally, you could do things like copy and paste ranges of clips, or work with nested sequences. One of the biggest areas of improvement is improved project and media management. It's a lot easier to bring assets in from one project to another, as well as selectively control how the project is saved and target specific sequences for output to XML or AAF.
The Effects workflow is also seen drastic improvements, the copy and paste attributes command has long been sought after, and editors will be very happy with the total control they've gained. You'll also learn how to use new features like an accelerated blur, work with color lookup tables, or make better screener files using the clip name and timecode affects. On the audio side we've seen a lot of improvements including the addition of third-party filters and the ability to use control surfaces.
Multi-camera receives a total revamp and you'll be excited to see intelligent syncing based on the audio tracks, plus the editing and the whole process of assembly is faster and easier. If you need to deliver closed- captioned material, it's much simpler to import files, and in fact, you can edit and adjust their position as well as their timings right within the Adobe Premiere Pro interface. And when the project is done you have got a lot greater control over exports, the ability to work with 32 channels of audio, do multi-channel export to QuickTime and take better control over export to tape.
You'll also find it easier to work with H.264 MPEG-2 and some of the latest consumer electronic devices. So, we have a lot to explore and discover. Let's jump right in and see what the new edition of Adobe Premiere Pro holds for you.
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