Why use Premiere Pro for Edit? DSLR Filmmaking


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Why use Premiere Pro for editing?

Chad Perkins: In this chapter, we are going to head to the computer and look at DSLR video files in postproduction. Throughout this chapter, I am going to be using Adobe Premiere Pro which is my video editor of choice. The reason why it is, because this codec is very tough for video editing systems to use. It's often very slow and so the footage often has to be transcoded or re-encoded to a different format in order to be usable. But with Premiere, I can just drag and drop and use these files in my timeline.

As you can see, Premiere handles these files like a champ. This is RAW H.264 files straight from the camera. And as a matter of fact, I actually used Adobe Premiere Pro to edit this entire course and add the b-roll and everything that I had to do with this course and everything. As you could tell, it's kind of a mess, editing this footage together. But Adobe Premiere Pro at least handled it really well. Brian and I, not so much. We didn't do so great, but Pre...

Why use Premiere Pro for editing?
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Why use Premiere Pro for editing? provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Up and Running with DSLR Filmmaking

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