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Putting proxies on cloud storage for remote editing

Putting proxies on cloud storage for remote editing: Premiere Pro Guru: Online & Offline Workflows
Putting proxies on cloud storage for remote editing: Premiere Pro Guru: Online & Offline Workflows

One of the benefits to using proxy media is to place your Adobe Premiere Pro project and proxy files on cloud-based storage so the project can be edited elsewhere. How do you add your proxy files to the cloud? In this video, author Jeff Greenberg demonstrates how to put your proxies and Premiere Pro project on a cloud for remote editing.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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Video Video Editing Premiere Pro

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