Adobe Premiere Pro Best Practices and Workflow Guide

Adobe Premiere Pro Best Practices and Workflow Guide for Long Form and Episodic Post Production

Adobe Premiere Pro Best Practices and Workflow Guide

For almost three years, I ‘ve had the pleasure of working with people from Adobe Premiere Pro Engineering and from Adobe Strategic Development on writing the Adobe Premiere Pro Best Practices and Workflow Guide for Long Form and Episodic Post Production.

This “white paper” is a treasure chest of knowledge for editors on larger productions like feature films and series. It’s aimed at the people who work with the highest of high-end productions, but the advice in this guide is extremely useful for all users of Premiere Pro and After Effects.

A guide like this has been requested by professionals for a long time, and finally, it’s here!

It has been great fun, and an honor working with a team with this level of expertise and attention to detail. These are highly skilled and knowledgeable people.

You can download the guide here.

When I wrote the Multicam chapter, I had a long list of things I wanted to add, but they didn’t really fit in the Best Practices Guide format. I have collected these in a blog post on Multicam Tips & Tricks for Premiere Pro Editors.

Chapters in the Best Practices Guide

  1. Introduction
  2. Before Getting Started
  3. Hardware & Settings
  4. Working with Dailies
  5. Proxy Workflows
  6. Working with Productions
  7. Multi-camera editing
  8. Dynamic Link with After Effects
  9. Turnovers
  10. Remote and Cloud Workflows
  11. Panels and integrations
  12. Resources & Tutorials
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  1. MBA SOP says:

    Great post. Quite helpful

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