The export window in Adobe Premiere Pro offers a tab called Publish. The Publish tab allows you to immediately upload a completed video file to your server or other places on the web. In this movie, author Luisa Winters demonstrates how you can control where a video file is uploaded to on the Internet with settings in the Publish tab.
- The publish tab is when you would like to render a clip and immediately upload it to your server or to other places on the web. Lets go through it. Let's go ahead and open the sequence named 2.6 publish. And let's go ahead and export this. File, Export, Media. From here let's choose the Publish tab. Now, if I want to upload this directly into the Adobe Creative Cloud, I would check this and since I'm already signed in to my account, I could choose to add a sub-folder.
And go ahead and deselect that and also collapse it. I could also FTP it to any particular server. I would have to authenticate, so Username, Password and then of course the actual IP address or domain name of the server and what port to use. I could change all of those here. And if it's not going into the root directory, into the FTP server, what the remote path is. How many times it should retry, et cetera et cetera.
I could choose to delete the local file after transfer. I don't recommend doing this. I do, however, recommend clicking on the Test button. This is going to ensure that you put in the settings correctly and than when this is done publishing, that it will go to the correct server and it will not fail. Let me go ahead and collapse this and deselect it. Notice that I only have access to the Adobe Creative Cloud and to the FTP.
The reason for that is because I'm not signed in to my other accounts in here. For example, Facebook or Youtube, et cetera. If I were signed in to those accounts on this computer, those would be visible in here. It's really easy to set them up. All you have to do is check it and authenticate. What that means is putting in your username and your password and as soon as you're done rendering, it's going to upload it to whatever you told it upload.
- Types of compression
- VBR and CBR
- Export settings for video, audio, captions, and more
- Using Adobe Media Encoder for compression
- Tips to make your video look better