Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Dynamic Link and the Adobe Workflow.
- In order to bring this course to life, I've put together a collection of exercise files. These come from both my personal collection and from some our clients here at Red Pixel. Please be sure to download these files if you have access to them with your membership, as it'll really help you understand the complex techniques used in this course. I do ask, however, that when you're done with this course, please be sure to discard the files and don't post any of them online or use them in your own projects. These files are provided to you for educational purposes only and I hope you find them helpful.
With this in mind, be sure to download the files and run the Creative Cloud application to make sure that all of your apps are up-to-date. In order to use Dynamic Link, you're going to want to make sure that all the versions are in sync. This means that you shouldn't be using an older edition of After Effects with a newer version of Premiere Pro. You're going to want to have the latest version of each app installed, otherwise there's often problems when it comes time to link. Alright, let's begin.
- What's Adobe Dynamic Link?
- Creating and importing After Effects compositions
- Using Render and Replace
- Editing clips and sequences in Audition
- Creating and importing Photoshop files
- Editing Premiere Pro footage in Photoshop
- Sending clips and metadata from Prelude to Premiere Pro
- Working with slow motion
- Creating merged clips and subclips