Whether you use FCPX or Premiere Pro to edit, these tips will help you speed up your post production workflow.
I’m a filmmaker who travels a lot for the projects I’m working on, working regionally, interstate and internationally. As part of this, I’ve needed to design a production kit that is mostly carry on, and has multiple layers of redundancy as I’m often working in regions where I can’t just rent or buy another camera / lens / whatever if something fails.
While Adobe Premiere Pro may be one of the most dominant forces in all of post-production, that doesn’t mean it’s the easiest to use. Many editors palms start to sweat when they reach for File -> Export -> Media, so we’re here to break it down and highlight some settings you might not be aware of, and, just as important, other settings that you might be tempted to hit when you shouldn’t!