- Collaborating with Adobe Premiere Rush
- Working with comments
- Exchanging markers via Wipster and Frame.io
- What is a Creative Cloud Library?
- Trimming media to reduce file size
- Transcoding proxy media
- Exchanging files and media with various programs
- Adding custom metadata
- Exchanging Adobe Premiere Pro workspaces
Skill Level Beginner
- Hi, my name's Rich Harrington, and in this course we're going to explore several different workflows using Adobe Creative Cloud. What you're going to see is that there are many different ways to collaborate, whether you're working with a teammate, working with multiple people in different locations, or with a few people around the office, or even if you're just switching machines, going from home to work, or on the go with a laptop. In any case, the ability to collaborate will hugely save you time. We've got a lot of different things you're going to learn. To start off, we'll talk about setting up a Premiere Pro project, how the project format is structured, and what sort of things you need to configure at the beginning. We'll also take a look at Adobe Rush, which is a newer tool that allows you to work on tablets and smartphones, and quickly assemble sequences on the go, or work with other people within your organization to do simplified offline edits that can then be handed off to Premiere Pro. Next, we'll take a look at comments and markers. These allow you to add key details to your project as notes. And we'll even take a look at third party tools like Whipster and Frame.io for online collaboration. We'll then explore a very useful tool called Libraries, where you can build up stock elements, graphics, and other pieces. This will make it easy to create a library of content that you share with other users and is automatically backed up to the cloud. We'll then explore the importance of media management, whether you need to back up your assets, move them to a new location, consolidate them for a project handoff, or create an archive. There are many different ways to make sure your material is backed up and consolidated. We'll then address different collaboration methods from a Premiere Pro point of view, looking at how you can hand off to after-effects and work with applications like Audition and Photoshop. We'll address the importance of metadata so you can ensure that key details about your media is logged, making it easy to find things and ensure that notices, like copyright, are included on export. We'll then explore some strategies to help you stay consistent. This will include the ability to exchange workspaces, back up your lookup tables and presets, take a look at making sequence presets and project templates, as well as how we can go ahead and make sure that all of our compressions stay consistent when we do exports. This course has a lot of skills in it, and we're going to take a look at things from many different experience levels. If you're a brand-new user, some of this material may be over your head at this point, but it's all quite useful. So let's dig in and get started.