Adobe Premiere Pro: Automatic Scene Detection [v]

[This is an excerpt from a recent on-line video webinar: “New Features in Adobe Premiere Pro (v.14.4)” which is available as a download in our store, or as part of our Video Training Library.]


In this short video tutorial, Larry Jordan illustrates how the new automatic scene detection works in Adobe Premiere Pro v.14.4, along with a potential problem.


Automatic Scene Detection in Premiere Pro

TRT: 5:28 — MPEG-4 HD movie



Last week, Adobe upgraded Premiere Pro to version 14.4 in their Sept. 2020 release. In this presentation, Larry Jordan looks at the new features and explores how they work, what they mean and, more importantly, what doesn’t work…!

This session covers:

Larry goes into detail during this session, and uncovers a variety of bugs that prevent some of these features from working properly. These are the inside tips you need to know.

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4 Responses to Adobe Premiere Pro: Automatic Scene Detection [v]

  1. Maybe what about if you just edit the video only into the timeline…? Then add the audio back later.

  2. Ed Alpern says:

    How about copy the clip (Option-V) to another track audio and video, perform scene detection on one of the sets and then ulinnk the other set and drag the audio up to the detected audio clip?

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