Adobe Premiere Pro is a staple of video editing and post production. The NLE lets editors of all levels create engaging, high quality work, and is flexible for workflows of all kinds.
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Premiere Gal is a YouTuber and video producer that creates excellent content made to help post production professionals better utilize the tools at their disposal- specifically Adobe Premiere. Here latest video is definitely one those in the post production space should check out.
The video covers optimal specs for using Premiere on a laptop, without sacrificing a ton of processing power vs a desktop. This is achieved via NVIDIA RPX GPU, which powers Adobe Premiere Pro up to four times faster.
Premiere Pro is a staple in the video editing, NLE space. Many editors are looking to jump in and learn the program to it's fullest extent, to better elevate their skill level and craft.
One of Avid's philosophies is that "No Editor should be an Island." In other words, a well rounded editor works with a multitude of programs- which includes Premiere Pro. New Avid Tools are built to work perfectly in a workflow with Adobe Premiere Pro.
Adobe Premiere Pro has seen a fair amount of updates in the past few years, but some of the most significant updates are concerning the improved, accelerated encoding within the NLE. With NVIDIA encoder acceleration, this process is better than ever before.
ProRes RAW has been in the news quite a bit recently, with more and more cameras, monitors and NLE introducing support for the format. The latest to join this group is Adobe, by introducing updates to Creative Cloud Applications such as Premiere Pro.