Users Review Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015.3
From PremiereBro Blog premiere-pro-cc-2015-3The release of Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 is most recognized for introducing proxy workflows, a VR viewer, and HSL Secondary color tools to the Lumetri Color panel. What else is new in Premiere Pro CC 2015.3? I don't mean the other bullet points from the official Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 release notes. What are Premiere Pro users saying about the new features in CC 2015.3? This post features the thoughts and experiences of editors using the new Premiere Pro CC tools. Continue reading or jump to a section:
  • Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 not CC 2016 (new project file type)
  • How to Install Custom Premiere Pro App Icons (Mac)
  • Proxy Workflows Live Text Templates Do Not Support After Effects Expressions [UPDATED 6/29/16]
  • Minimum Track Height
  • Generate Audio Waveforms
  • Extended Support for Control Surfaces
  • Direct Link to SpeedGrade Removed
  • Missing LUTs and New Speedlooks
  • Obsolete Color Effects
  • Morph Cut Enhancements
  • 3 Recommended Videos for Premiere Pro CC 2015.3 (VR and HSL Secondaries)
Disclaimer: Premiere Bro does not contend to be the expert when it comes to Premiere Pro CC 2015.3. But I'll fight you for being its biggest fan. Comments and corrections are welcome!

PREMIERE PRO CC 2015.3 TWITTER POLL

Premiere Bro conducted a Twitter poll asking Premiere Pro users what their favorite feature was in The choices were: 1) Proxy workflows, VR, HSL secondaries, and 4) Other. Based on this little cross-section of the Premiere Pro user community, the favorite was overwhelmingly the new proxy workflows. This is interesting because, in my opinion, it shows editors prefer more options (and therefore more control) when it comes to managing media. Even though Premiere Pro can natively edit virtually every format and resolution, users are now enjoying the flexibility and mobility that editing proxy media affords...[continue reading]
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