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Join Rich Harrington, as he shows you how to save time, save disc space, and get more billable work done using Dynamic Link—the Adobe technology that allows you to use files from other Adobe apps inside your Premiere Pro projects. It enables you to avoid intermediate renders, and the need to keep multiple copies of files. Dive in and learn how to add After Effects compositions, Audition audio clips, Photoshop images, and more, to your sequences. Rich also shares tips on frame rate conversion and creating merged clips and subclips.
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(MUSIC) Hi. My name is Rich Harrington. And welcome to this class on Adobe Dynamic LInk, as well as Time Saving Workflows. We're going to explore, lots of different ways that the Adobe apps can work together. And how you can avoid things like intermediate renders, as well as having to have multiple copies of your media files spread all over your hard drives. This whole class is all about saving time, saving disk space, and getting more billable work done with less extra work in between. So we've got a lot of great things to cover today, let's jump in.
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