Premiere Pro News Notes #02

PVC by Rich Young

A series of as-they-come notes on news of assorted Premiere Pro tutorials, tips, and related tools continues.

Creative Cloud User is a new blog in town that provides quicktips on CC apps, mostly the video ones. One example is Meet the new Premiere Pro Timeline. You can't embed their content, but you can subscribe to some videos on iTunes.

Many of the changes to Premiere CC are in the timeline, with new levels of customization and power in user manageable custom presets (track heights, source and track patching) and changes to overwrite and insert editing. So, let's revisit Josh Weiss at for Premiere Pro New Features – The New Timeline Panel, and look at something new from Andrew Devis, Premiere Pro Techniques: 109 Timeline Panel Change in CC:

Todd Kopriva noted a new upcoming feature, Sync Settings features in Premiere Pro CC for sharing keyboard shortcuts, preferences, effect presets, and workspaces.

There's good news from Al Mooney on Improved GPU support in Adobe Premiere Pro CC. Happily, the new iMacs are supported (and work smoothly). Besides an expanded list of approved cards, there's a preference option to enable GPU acceleration for any card, as discussed by Dave Helmley. Click here to read more and watch all the great videos.

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