Join Richard Harrington for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know before watching this course, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Dynamic Link and the Adobe Workflow.
- In this course, I'm going to assume that you already have a basic familiarity with Adobe Premiere Pro. And while we'll talk about the other applications in the Adobe Creative Cloud, I don't expect you to be a master at those. Instead, what I'll do is show you how easy it is to hand files off and give you a couple examples of specific workflows that might be useful to you, as a video editor or a producer. Now, of course, if you want to master those programs, you'll find additional training courses available in the online library, but the scope of this class is to show you how to use Dynamic Link and other related technologies to make it easy to hand off.
Now, if you are completely new to Premiere Pro, this is a relatively advanced course. Additionally, if you find it difficult to keep your media files organized and keep your hard drive up-to-date so you know where things are, you might want to do a little bit of pre-organization. I'll talk about strategies in this course, but this is a class designed for editors who have a moderate level of experience and who feel comfortable keeping their projects well-organized and their hard drives too. Alright, let's talk a little bit about the exercise files and then we'll get started.
- 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