Say goodbye to projects as you know them. Premiere Pro is entering a new, more feature-friendly era of collaboration.
At this year’s Sundance Film Festival, Adobe announced a new update coming soon to Premiere Pro. And it’s sure to change the way teams use Premiere on large, multi-user projects like episodic television and feature films.
It’s called “Productions,” and it’s not-so-much a new feature as it is a reimagining of the way a Premiere “project” is structured. Productions are a new way to manage projects, share assets, and keep everything organized when you’re collaborating with a team.
Adobe is taking aim at Hollywood workflows, which shouldn’t come as a surprise to people who have been following Adobe’s rapid expansion into the TV and Film market. A growing number of Hollywood editors and up-and-coming filmmakers alike have been embracing Premiere Pro for a number of years.
Premiere Pro and Blackmagic Resolve both offer incredibly powerful standalone features. Even though Adobe and Blackmagic are actively battling it out in a war for our timelines, using the two applications together opens up an entirely new world of possibility.
One of the greatest things about podcasts is that there’s always a show (or eight) for everyone. Every topic or niche, no matter how obscure, is represented. Editing and filmmaking are no exception.
With so many to choose from, how do you find the best podcasts about video production? You’re in luck, we did some of the work for you.
We put together some of our favorite podcasts for editors, filmmakers, and VFX artists. Geek out over in-depth interviews with your Hollywood heroes, gain new insights into the craft, and let these podcasts transport you onto some of the biggest sets and cutting room floors, all in a day’s commute.
Earlier this year, we launched the ShareBrowser Panel, a new way for teams to manage media and interact with their storage systems from inside of Premiere and After Effects.
The ShareBrowser panel brings all of your files, metadata, and bins seamlessly into your Premiere Pro or After Effects projects. If you’re already using ShareBrowser, you know how valuable metadata can be—especially when you’re always digging through Broll and stock footage libraries or trying to find finished projects after they’ve been delivered or even after they’ve been sent to archive. But there are also a few neat tricks you can use to take advantage of the metadata you’re entering into ShareBrowser. Like search bins.