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Thread: Premiere Pro Tips
8th November 2010, 03:27 #1
Premiere Pro Tips
I don't know if many or any of you use Premiere Pro, but I has become my favorite editing program. I think the strides PPro has taken to improve have left FCP in the dust (and that's coming for a guy who's been using Final cut since he was 13) I've started making some tutorial and tip videos so I decided to post them here.
this is the first tutorial on Rearranging clips in the timeline
3rd December 2010, 15:45 #2Member
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Left FCP and Avid in the dust? How?
21st April 2011, 12:48 #3Member
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I don\'t know if \"left in the dust\" can be used on anything more than a personal level...everybody has the application that resonates with them.
FCPX looks like it has potential, but time will tell when it is released and running. Since QuickTime is being gutted and rebuilt simultaneously, It will be a substantial change.
I have to admit that background rendering is a bit of a catch-up feature as Avid and Adobe (as well as Edius and Vegas for that matter) don\'t render at all. Pinnacle had background rendering 7 or 8 years ago...I\'m not sure that I would have introduced it as if it was cold fusion, but I guess the users who were there liked it. However, no real assessment is possible from a keynote presentation, so we\'ll wait until it\'s released.
The last two versions of Media Composer have been rather impressive I\'d have to say.
Editing applications simply need to fit the application and the user. Feature sets and working metaphors are individual preferences to a degree.
FXPHD.com Premiere Pro \"Prof\"