Automatically Transcode Media & Create Proxy Files in Adobe Premiere Pro [v]
[This is an excerpt from a recent on-line video webinar: “The Basics of Editing in Adobe Premiere Pro” which is available as a download in our store, or as part of our Video Training Library.]
This four-part webinar series covers the basics of editing with Adobe Premiere Pro; from getting started to final export.
- Part 1: Get Started
- Part 2: Review, Edit and Trim
- Part 3: Audio, Text and Transitions
- Part 4: Effects and Export
Presented by Larry Jordan, this first session shows how to plan your edit with a workflow, manage media and storage, explore the Premiere interface, then import media for editing.
- An editorial workflow to help you get organized
- Media management
- Explore the Premiere interface
- Configure workspaces and panels
- Optimize preferences
- Modify keyboard shortcuts
- Explore the Media Browser
- Import and organize media
In this short video tutorial, Larry explains how to automatically transcode media from one format to another, plus create proxy files, during import in Adobe Premiere Pro.
Automatically Transcode Media & Create Proxy Files in Adobe Premiere Pro
TRT: 5:52 — MPEG-4 HD movie
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