Premiere Pro Community Digest — December 2020

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Hello Premiere Pro Community! Here are your community highlights for December 2020. 

 

AdobeStock_143035671.jpegDecember 2020: A somewhat chilly December has passed by here at Premiere Support HQ. Hope you all had an absolutely wonderful holiday and are ready for 2021. This past month, we had a new release of Premiere Pro, version 14.7. No new features this time, just bug fixes, mainly. Lots of great content was released, however, so let that be our focus for this community digest.

 

Let's recap the highlights of December.


AdobeStock_224850790.jpegPremiere Pro Team Blog Posts: In December, there were some Premiere Pro Team blog posts you may have missed. Here is a list of the articles.


AdobeStock_144538353.jpegInformation: Adobe Premiere Pro (14.7)

No new features for 14.7.

Known issues

Fixed issues

 

Premiere Pro Beta New Features

Some new features are now ready for testing in Premiere Pro Beta. Have a new MacBook Pro with a Silicon M1 chip? You're in luck!

AdobeStock_114443395.jpegTop Troubleshooting Threads (14.7)

 

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.

 

Need Maximum Render Quality in Premiere Pro 2020?
By Paul Murphy, "The Premiere Pro"



Video Masterclass | ICYMI - 2020 Release Features of Premiere Pro

By Jason Levine

 

HOW to use CURVES in Premiere Pro

By Editors Keys

 

3 Tips to improve your Speed Ramps // Adobe Premiere Pro

By Trevor Bobyk

 

5 BLENDING Effects in Premiere Pro (super cool stuff!)
By Cinecom.net

 

a2260_Chestnut Avatar2.pngFeatured ACP - Stan Jones

Stan Jones, a long time Premiere Pro community member, has provided a wealth of information and helpful assistance for eons. 

 

At over 15,600 posts, Stan has been the one of the most valuable ACPs we have on the Premiere Pro forums. Stan is especially helpful with the black arts of creating DVDs, encoding, and captions. In fact, Stan was the top poster on the former Encore forum for ages. You can rely on him for solving such problems, but also takes on a lot of other diverse issues that require a lot of effort and energy to solve. He's always been approachable and friendly to all on these forums, and that is also appreciated.

 

In speaking with Stan, I learned his video interests stems from watching his father shoot 16mm film back in the 1940s. Naturally, photography and videography became Stan's hobbies, and for a time, he was an event videographer. He started with Premiere Pro in the Pinnacle DV500 days. Old school! Interesting to note that his main occupation was as a clinical psychologist. These days, one of his newer hobbies is pickleball, which is like a hybrid of tennis and paddle ball. Stan says he has a lot of fun with that. I'd love to try it!

 

On behalf of Adobe and the entire community, thank you, Stan for all you've done.


Past Digests

Premiere Pro August 2020 Community Digest

Premiere Pro September 2020 Digest
Premiere Pro October 2020 Digest

Premiere Pro November 2020 Digest


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Premiere Pro Community Digest — December 2020

Adobe Employee ,
Jan 08, 2021

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Premiere Pro Community Digest

Hello Premiere Pro Community! Here are your community highlights for December 2020. 

 

AdobeStock_143035671.jpegDecember 2020: A somewhat chilly December has passed by here at Premiere Support HQ. Hope you all had an absolutely wonderful holiday and are ready for 2021. This past month, we had a new release of Premiere Pro, version 14.7. No new features this time, just bug fixes, mainly. Lots of great content was released, however, so let that be our focus for this community digest.

 

Let's recap the highlights of December.


AdobeStock_224850790.jpegPremiere Pro Team Blog Posts: In December, there were some Premiere Pro Team blog posts you may have missed. Here is a list of the articles.


AdobeStock_144538353.jpegInformation: Adobe Premiere Pro (14.7)

No new features for 14.7.

Known issues

Fixed issues

 

Premiere Pro Beta New Features

Some new features are now ready for testing in Premiere Pro Beta. Have a new MacBook Pro with a Silicon M1 chip? You're in luck!

AdobeStock_114443395.jpegTop Troubleshooting Threads (14.7)

 

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.

 

Need Maximum Render Quality in Premiere Pro 2020?
By Paul Murphy, "The Premiere Pro"



Video Masterclass | ICYMI - 2020 Release Features of Premiere Pro

By Jason Levine

 

HOW to use CURVES in Premiere Pro

By Editors Keys

 

3 Tips to improve your Speed Ramps // Adobe Premiere Pro

By Trevor Bobyk

 

5 BLENDING Effects in Premiere Pro (super cool stuff!)
By Cinecom.net

 

a2260_Chestnut Avatar2.pngFeatured ACP - Stan Jones

Stan Jones, a long time Premiere Pro community member, has provided a wealth of information and helpful assistance for eons. 

 

At over 15,600 posts, Stan has been the one of the most valuable ACPs we have on the Premiere Pro forums. Stan is especially helpful with the black arts of creating DVDs, encoding, and captions. In fact, Stan was the top poster on the former Encore forum for ages. You can rely on him for solving such problems, but also takes on a lot of other diverse issues that require a lot of effort and energy to solve. He's always been approachable and friendly to all on these forums, and that is also appreciated.

 

In speaking with Stan, I learned his video interests stems from watching his father shoot 16mm film back in the 1940s. Naturally, photography and videography became Stan's hobbies, and for a time, he was an event videographer. He started with Premiere Pro in the Pinnacle DV500 days. Old school! Interesting to note that his main occupation was as a clinical psychologist. These days, one of his newer hobbies is pickleball, which is like a hybrid of tennis and paddle ball. Stan says he has a lot of fun with that. I'd love to try it!

 

On behalf of Adobe and the entire community, thank you, Stan for all you've done.


Past Digests

Premiere Pro August 2020 Community Digest

Premiere Pro September 2020 Digest
Premiere Pro October 2020 Digest

Premiere Pro November 2020 Digest


Premiere Pro Community Digest — December

TOPICS
FAQ, How to

Views

144

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