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Premiere Pro Community Digest—May 2021

Premiere Pro Community Digest

AdobeStock_327116342.jpgHello there Premiere Pro Community! Here are your community highlights for May 2021. Wait. May? Already? April was really different this year too (with NAB getting pushed to the Fall, and all). That said, we had 15.1 come out with a couple of new features! Check it out if you have not already.


Let's take a look back at April and ahead to May 2021.

    • Along with other digital video and audio applications was the release of Premiere Pro 15.1, which includes performance ehancements for H.264 and HEVC plus the following new features.
    • Premiere Pro Beta Announcements: new gradients to text and shapes in the Essential Graphics panel, which is super important to our Japan community of editors. Another text related feature are ways to convert Legacy Text to Essential Graphics text. Discuss more here.

For May, here are some dates you may want to be aware of.

  • The week of May 24th, we are hosting another video Daily Creative Challenge. Info here.
  • May 26th is the online Adobe Video Community Meetup. This month, the topic is: Premiere Pro: ASSETS as UNIQUE as YOU. Link here for more info. Stay tuned to this space for even more events that could pop up, as well!


AdobeStock_78445119.jpgPremiere Pro Team Blog Posts: In April, there were some Premiere Pro Team blog posts you may have missed. Here are some links to the pertinent articles.


AdobeStock_204374929.jpgNew Features: Adobe Premiere Pro (15.1)

Full documentation on the new features here.

 

AdobeStock_254988960.jpgBeta Features: Adobe Premiere Pro Beta

Upgrade Legacy Titles to Essential Graphics 

Background Improvements for Captions

Per-character Text Gradients

Metadata and Timecode Burn-in Effect

New way to control how label colors and clip names are displayed in the timeline


AdobeStock_194733357.jpgTop Troubleshooting threads

Not many new issues with 15.1, so I'll leave up the best links addressing the the open issues from 15.0.

 


Cool New How-to Content

Here are some great new "How To" technique threads, videos, and other stuff you may find interesting. If you have a cool tutorial or technique to share with the community, please drop Kevin a message.

Adobe Video Community | April 2021 Meet-up: Premiere Pro: For the LOVE of LUMETRI

By Adobe Video and Motion (view on YouTube)


How to balance voice over and background music with Auto Ducking in Premiere Pro

by Adobe Care

 

How to repair dialogue or voiceovers in Premiere Pro with the Essential Sound Panel
By Adobe Care

 

Channel Flipping Glitch Transition
By The Premiere Pro (Paul Murphy)

 

Make Your Videos Pop!
With Elise Swopes
Screen Shot 2021-05-07 at 4.02.46 PM.png


Photo - Linus MimietzPhoto - Linus MimietzFeatured ACP - Roger Averdahl

Roger Averdahl AKA "Averdahl," is May's featured ACP for the Premiere Pro community. I wanted to personally thank him for all the contributions he's made over the years. Since 2006, he's engaged in over 2300 posts, with tons of solutions and "Likes," Roger has done it all on the community here, but what more can we know about the man, the myth, the legend! I wrote to Roger and asked him to tell us a bit more about himself. 

"I live in Stockholm, Sweden so i live in ABBA and Volvo land. I started editing video 20 years ago and found out early that i like to solve problems and issues that arised during the edit. A couple of years later i worked seven years as reseller for professional video solutions, selling professional cameras and installing/configuring and test drive editing workstations and held courses in Adobe apps. Those years were a great learning experience when it comes to pinpoint issues in the chain, from camera to final export. I like to challenge myself with trying to help other people out and loves when a problem is solved. I love music and the power of music and played in a rockband many years and do still play the electric bass daily."

Pretty cool, Roger! Thanks for letting us know more about you. Thanks again for all your help, as well. The community really appreciates all you do!

 

That wraps up the Premiere Pro Community Digest for May 2021. Thanks for checking in and we'll see you next month.


Past Digests

Premiere Pro April 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro March 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro January-February 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro December 2020 Community Digest
Premiere Pro November 2020 Community Digest
Premiere Pro October 2020 Community Digest
Premiere Pro September 2020 Community Digest
Premiere Pro August 2020 Community Digest


Premiere Pro Community Digest — May 2021

Video Daily Creative Challenge - May 24, 2021

Screen Shot 2021-05-07 at 4.26.07 PM.png
The week of May 24th, Adobe is hosting a Daily Creative Challenge for the Premiere Pro and After Effects Communities!

  • For those of you who aren’t familiar with the Daily Creative Challenge, there are 5 video challenges over 5 days, each one accompanied by a 30 minute livestreamed tutorial and starter assets.
  • Take the challenge and take away learning something new alongside fellow editors.
  • Join the fun and engage in the chat during the live streams (3:30-4pm PDT). You can also take part in the discord community to respond to fellow creators and to ask and or answer each others' questions.
  • The streams occur on Behance.net/adobelive
    The main page is behance.net/challenge/premiere
    The Discord invite is discord.gg/adobepremiere


Let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks,
Kevin

Welcome to Premiere Pro 15.1!

Update Icon.pngPremiere Pro 15.1 (April 2021 release) is now available for download from the Creative Cloud desktop app. This update includes numerous bug fixes, a couple of new features, and performance improvements.

  • This update is recommended for all users. 
  • If you are experiencing any issues, please create a new post explaining your issue so we can help.
  • If you have a bug to report or any complaint please do that on User Voice

 

New Features in Premiere Pro 15.1

 

encodeperformace.png

H.264/HEVC encode performance on Windows (Intel)
New optimizations further improve export times using Intel Quick Sync hardware acceleration.
Info about H.264/HEVC encode performance on Windows (Intel) here.

 

Performance EnhancementsPerformance Enhancements

 

dynamicpreviewlumetric.png

Dynamic preview of Lumetri presets

Improved thumbnail previewing experience when browsing Lumetri presets.

Info about dynamic preview of Lumetri presets here.

 

Lumetri Presets interfaceLumetri Presets interface


New Features

User Guide

Fixed Issues

Known issues (coming soon!)

Premiere Pro Community Digest — April 2021

Premiere Pro Community Digest

April_01.jpgHello there Premiere Pro Community! Here are your community highlights for April 2021.
 

I don't know about all of you, but March has really flown by. It was a big month with a major new release and a whole new take on captions. We've previewed the new captions workflow in Premiere Pro Beta prior to the launch, so hopefully many of you have seen it already. 


Let's recap.

  • Along with other digital video and audio applications was the release of Premiere Pro 15.0, which includes the new captions workflow plus the following new features.
  • Premiere Pro Beta Announcements: View these announcements in the Premiere Pro Beta forums, including: a new way to view labels and clip names, availability of M1 versions of Premiere Pro from the Creative Cloud application, and more. Discuss more here.

April_02.jpgPremiere Pro Team Blog Posts: In March, there were some Premiere Pro Team blog posts you may have missed. Here are some links to the pertinent articles.


April_03.jpgNew Features: Adobe Premiere Pro (15.0)

Full documentation on the new features here.

  • Captions: A completely new captions workflow is found in Premiere Pro, version 15. Captions documentation hereDownload a Quickstart Project here.
  • Media Replacement in Motion Graphics Templates: Documentation and a sample .mogrt file is available here.
  • Equitable Languagenon-inclusive language and reference imagery has been replaced. Documentation here.
  • Faster Warp Stabilizer: the analysis process is a lot faster. Documentation on Warp Stabilizer here.
  • Team Projects Improvements: Search Bar and SmartBin content is now significantly faster.
  • Copy and paste audio effects in Audio Track Mixer: Copy and paste audio effects racks between audio tracks. Documentation here.
  • Legacy audio effects removed: Old items have been removed. List of effects here.

 

New Features Round up
By Learn How to Edit Stuff


How to use the NEW captions workflow in Premiere Pro
by Adobe Care

 

What's NEW in captions with Premiere Pro Product Manager Francis Crossman and Caroline Sears
By Adobe Care

 

April_04.jpgBeta Features: Adobe Premiere Pro Beta

New way to control how label colors and clip names are displayed in the timeline

Availability of M1 versions of Premiere Pro from the Creative Cloud application

Multi-Frame rendering now in After Effects beta: After Effects Team blog post


April_05.jpgTop Troubleshooting threads

Some threads were created after the Premiere Pro 15.0 launch, which may help you in solving key issues.

 


Cool New How-to Content

Here are some great new "How To" technique threads, videos, and other stuff you may find interesting. If you have a cool tutorial or technique to share with the community, please drop Kevin a message.

Adobe Video Community | March 2021 Meet-up: MOGRTs! 

By Adobe Video and Motion (view on YouTube)


STOP Interpreting Your Footage for Slow Motion in Premiere Pro!

By Chris Olson


Typewriter Effect in Premiere Pro
By Creative Lab


David ArborDavid ArborFeatured ACP - David Arbor

David Arbor is our featured ACP for April 2021. I would like to thank David for all his great quality responses and contributions here on the forums. David has over 1800 posts and almost ten years of service to the Premiere Pro community. In addition to being an ACP, David is also a teaching assistant for School of Motion, a super high quality source of training in digital video and audio.


I've had the pleasure of meeting David at Adobe MAX. Great guy! Speaking of MAX, David has been a teacher's assistant at the conference for the past few years. David even got to work with the Character Animator team to turn their awesome mastcot, Red Monster, into a 3D puppet that you can download for Character Animator! Check out David's article on his site about that experience: www.davidarbor.com/red-monster

 

In his spare time, David loves video editing, motion design and photography, which I can relate to. He also loves LEGO, and comic books, which sound like perfect obsessions for these crazy times. Check out David's website for more information about David and his work.

Thank you again, David!


Past Digests

Premiere Pro August 2020 Community Digest

Premiere Pro September 2020 Community Digest
Premiere Pro October 2020 Community Digest

Premiere Pro November 2020 Community Digest

Premiere Pro December 2020 Community Digest

Premiere Pro January-February 2021 Community Digest

Premiere Pro March 2021 Community Digest


Premiere Pro Community Digest — April

Adobe Employee , May 07, 2021 May 07, 2021
Premiere Pro Community Digest—May 2021

Premiere Pro Community Digest

AdobeStock_327116342.jpgHello there Premiere Pro Community! Here are your community highlights for May 2021. Wait. May? Already? April was really different this year too (with NAB getting pushed to the Fall, and all). That said, we had 15.1 come out with a couple of new features! Check it out if you have not already.


Let's take a look back at April and ahead to May 2021.

    • Along with other digital video and audio applications was the release of Premiere Pro 15.1, which includes performance ehancements for H.264 and HEVC plus the following new features.
    • Premiere Pro Beta Announcements: new gradients to text and shapes in the Essential Graphics panel, which is super important to our Japan community of editors. Another text related feature are ways to convert Legacy Text to Essential Graphics text. Discuss more here.

For May, here are some dates you may want to be aware of.

  • The week of May 24th, we are hosting another video Daily Creative Challenge. Info here.
  • May 26th is the online Adobe Video Community Meetup. This month, the topic is: Premiere Pro: ASSETS as UNIQUE as YOU. Link here for more info. Stay tuned to this space for even more events that could pop up, as well!


AdobeStock_78445119.jpgPremiere Pro Team Blog Posts: In April, there were some Premiere Pro Team blog posts you may have missed. Here are some links to the pertinent articles.


AdobeStock_204374929.jpgNew Features: Adobe Premiere Pro (15.1)

Full documentation on the new features here.

 

AdobeStock_254988960.jpgBeta Features: Adobe Premiere Pro Beta

Upgrade Legacy Titles to Essential Graphics 

Background Improvements for Captions

Per-character Text Gradients

Metadata and Timecode Burn-in Effect

New way to control how label colors and clip names are displayed in the timeline


AdobeStock_194733357.jpgTop Troubleshooting threads

Not many new issues with 15.1, so I'll leave up the best links addressing the the open issues from 15.0.

 


Cool New How-to Content

Here are some great new "How To" technique threads, videos, and other stuff you may find interesting. If you have a cool tutorial or technique to share with the community, please drop Kevin a message.

Adobe Video Community | April 2021 Meet-up: Premiere Pro: For the LOVE of LUMETRI

By Adobe Video and Motion (view on YouTube)


How to balance voice over and background music with Auto Ducking in Premiere Pro

by Adobe Care

 

How to repair dialogue or voiceovers in Premiere Pro with the Essential Sound Panel
By Adobe Care

 

Channel Flipping Glitch Transition
By The Premiere Pro (Paul Murphy)

 

Make Your Videos Pop!
With Elise Swopes
Screen Shot 2021-05-07 at 4.02.46 PM.png


Photo - Linus MimietzPhoto - Linus MimietzFeatured ACP - Roger Averdahl

Roger Averdahl AKA "Averdahl," is May's featured ACP for the Premiere Pro community. I wanted to personally thank him for all the contributions he's made over the years. Since 2006, he's engaged in over 2300 posts, with tons of solutions and "Likes," Roger has done it all on the community here, but what more can we know about the man, the myth, the legend! I wrote to Roger and asked him to tell us a bit more about himself. 

"I live in Stockholm, Sweden so i live in ABBA and Volvo land. I started editing video 20 years ago and found out early that i like to solve problems and issues that arised during the edit. A couple of years later i worked seven years as reseller for professional video solutions, selling professional cameras and installing/configuring and test drive editing workstations and held courses in Adobe apps. Those years were a great learning experience when it comes to pinpoint issues in the chain, from camera to final export. I like to challenge myself with trying to help other people out and loves when a problem is solved. I love music and the power of music and played in a rockband many years and do still play the electric bass daily."

Pretty cool, Roger! Thanks for letting us know more about you. Thanks again for all your help, as well. The community really appreciates all you do!

 

That wraps up the Premiere Pro Community Digest for May 2021. Thanks for checking in and we'll see you next month.


Past Digests

Premiere Pro April 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro March 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro January-February 2021 Community Digest
Premiere Pro December 2020 Community Digest
Premiere Pro November 2020 Community Digest
Premiere Pro October 2020 Community Digest
Premiere Pro September 2020 Community Digest
Premiere Pro August 2020 Community Digest


Premiere Pro Community Digest — May 2021

Adobe Employee , May 07, 2021 May 07, 2021
Video Daily Creative Challenge - May 24, 2021

Screen Shot 2021-05-07 at 4.26.07 PM.png
The week of May 24th, Adobe is hosting a Daily Creative Challenge for the Premiere Pro and After Effects Communities!

  • For those of you who aren’t familiar with the Daily Creative Challenge, there are 5 video challenges over 5 days, each one accompanied by a 30 minute livestreamed tutorial and starter assets.
  • Take the challenge and take away learning something new alongside fellow editors.
  • Join the fun and engage in the chat during the live streams (3:30-4pm PDT). You can also take part in the discord community to respond to fellow creators and to ask and or answer each others' questions.
  • The streams occur on Behance.net/adobelive
    The main page is behance.net/challenge/premiere
    The Discord invite is discord.gg/adobepremiere


Let me know if you have any other questions.

Thanks,
Kevin

Adobe Employee , Apr 13, 2021 Apr 13, 2021
Welcome to Premiere Pro 15.1!

Update Icon.pngPremiere Pro 15.1 (April 2021 release) is now available for download from the Creative Cloud desktop app. This update includes numerous bug fixes, a couple of new features, and performance improvements.

  • This update is recommended for all users. 
  • If you are experiencing any issues, please create a new post explaining your issue so we can help.
  • If you have a bug to report or any complaint please do that on User Voice

 

New Features in Premiere Pro 15.1

 

encodeperformace.png

H.264/HEVC encode performance on Windows (Intel)
New optimizations further improve export times using Intel Quick Sync hardware acceleration.
Info about H.264/HEVC encode performance on Windows (Intel) here.

 

Performance EnhancementsPerformance Enhancements

 

dynamicpreviewlumetric.png

Dynamic preview of Lumetri presets

Improved thumbnail previewing experience when browsing Lumetri presets.

Info about dynamic preview of Lumetri presets here.

 

Lumetri Presets interfaceLumetri Presets interface


New Features

User Guide

Fixed Issues

Known issues (coming soon!)

Adobe Employee , Apr 09, 2021 Apr 09, 2021
Premiere Pro Community Digest — April 2021

Premiere Pro Community Digest

April_01.jpgHello there Premiere Pro Community! Here are your community highlights for April 2021.
 

I don't know about all of you, but March has really flown by. It was a big month with a major new release and a whole new take on captions. We've previewed the new captions workflow in Premiere Pro Beta prior to the launch, so hopefully many of you have seen it already. 


Let's recap.

  • Along with other digital video and audio applications was the release of Premiere Pro 15.0, which includes the new captions workflow plus the following new features.
  • Premiere Pro Beta Announcements: View these announcements in the Premiere Pro Beta forums, including: a new way to view labels and clip names, availability of M1 versions of Premiere Pro from the Creative Cloud application, and more. Discuss more here.

April_02.jpgPremiere Pro Team Blog Posts: In March, there were some Premiere Pro Team blog posts you may have missed. Here are some links to the pertinent articles.


April_03.jpgNew Features: Adobe Premiere Pro (15.0)

Full documentation on the new features here.

  • Captions: A completely new captions workflow is found in Premiere Pro, version 15. Captions documentation hereDownload a Quickstart Project here.
  • Media Replacement in Motion Graphics Templates: Documentation and a sample .mogrt file is available here.
  • Equitable Languagenon-inclusive language and reference imagery has been replaced. Documentation here.
  • Faster Warp Stabilizer: the analysis process is a lot faster. Documentation on Warp Stabilizer here.
  • Team Projects Improvements: Search Bar and SmartBin content is now significantly faster.
  • Copy and paste audio effects in Audio Track Mixer: Copy and paste audio effects racks between audio tracks. Documentation here.
  • Legacy audio effects removed: Old items have been removed. List of effects here.

 

New Features Round up
By Learn How to Edit Stuff


How to use the NEW captions workflow in Premiere Pro
by Adobe Care

 

What's NEW in captions with Premiere Pro Product Manager Francis Crossman and Caroline Sears
By Adobe Care

 

April_04.jpgBeta Features: Adobe Premiere Pro Beta

New way to control how label colors and clip names are displayed in the timeline

Availability of M1 versions of Premiere Pro from the Creative Cloud application

Multi-Frame rendering now in After Effects beta: After Effects Team blog post


April_05.jpgTop Troubleshooting threads

Some threads were created after the Premiere Pro 15.0 launch, which may help you in solving key issues.

 


Cool New How-to Content

Here are some great new "How To" technique threads, videos, and other stuff you may find interesting. If you have a cool tutorial or technique to share with the community, please drop Kevin a message.

Adobe Video Community | March 2021 Meet-up: MOGRTs! 

By Adobe Video and Motion (view on YouTube)


STOP Interpreting Your Footage for Slow Motion in Premiere Pro!

By Chris Olson


Typewriter Effect in Premiere Pro
By Creative Lab


David ArborDavid ArborFeatured ACP - David Arbor

David Arbor is our featured ACP for April 2021. I would like to thank David for all his great quality responses and contributions here on the forums. David has over 1800 posts and almost ten years of service to the Premiere Pro community. In addition to being an ACP, David is also a teaching assistant for School of Motion, a super high quality source of training in digital video and audio.


I've had the pleasure of meeting David at Adobe MAX. Great guy! Speaking of MAX, David has been a teacher's assistant at the conference for the past few years. David even got to work with the Character Animator team to turn their awesome mastcot, Red Monster, into a 3D puppet that you can download for Character Animator! Check out David's article on his site about that experience: www.davidarbor.com/red-monster

 

In his spare time, David loves video editing, motion design and photography, which I can relate to. He also loves LEGO, and comic books, which sound like perfect obsessions for these crazy times. Check out David's website for more information about David and his work.

Thank you again, David!


Past Digests

Premiere Pro August 2020 Community Digest

Premiere Pro September 2020 Community Digest
Premiere Pro October 2020 Community Digest

Premiere Pro November 2020 Community Digest

Premiere Pro December 2020 Community Digest

Premiere Pro January-February 2021 Community Digest

Premiere Pro March 2021 Community Digest


Premiere Pro Community Digest — April

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