Premiere Pro Community Digest
Hello Premiere Pro Community! Here are your community highlights for March 2021.
March 2021: February is done and March is well under way! How is it going? I hope all is well with you and your current projects. February gave us a new release of Premiere Pro, version 14.9. Just a couple of small features in 14.9, but again, bug fixes are at the core of the release. More relevant content for the Premiere Pro community was published, so let's first check that out. By the way, I started naming these community highlights for the month they are published in, so that is why we are seeing a renaming of this release of the digest. Hopefully, it makes the content more relevant for the community.
Let's recap the highlights of February and early March.
Premiere Pro Team Blog Posts: In February and early March, there were some Premiere Pro Team blog posts you may have missed. Here is a list of the articles.
Information: Adobe Premiere Pro (14.9)
No known issues for this version.
Make sure all GPU drivers are updated and current.
Premiere Pro Beta New Features
Some new features are now ready for testing in Premiere Pro Beta. See these discussions begun by engineers that are working on the features.
Premiere Pro Top Troubleshooting Threads
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.
By Storysium and Cinecom (collaboration!)
Bass Shake Effect
By Undu Media
Auto Remove Silence from Video
By The Premiere Pro
Productions in Premiere Pro
By Mary Betsy
Featured ACP - Phillip Harvey
Phillip Harvey has been an ACP for around a year now and has contributed some excellent answers to very difficult questions along the way. I'd like to thank Phillip for all his hard work.
I first met Phillip on the Reddit Discord Server where Phillip spends a lot of time running the community. Phillip has seen a lot of similar issue in that space and brings that experience over to our forums. Thank you so much, Phillip!
Originally from small town Idaho, Phillip has been living in Seattle, for almost 15 years now. He got his start in video production as an indy filmmaker. He has a twin brother who, at the time, was getting into acting, so he joined him and began making films.
Creating these films gave Phillip a broad set of experience from writing all the way through to post production, sound design, color, and VFX. Over the years he has worked on a range of content from music and documentary-style videos with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, to hype videos for our local NFL team, the Seattle Seahawks. He's worked for companies like T-Mobile, and the Halo franchise, as well. Phillip still makes some short films from time to time, often participating the 48 hour film festivals, and even screened a short at the Cannes Film Festival.
Phillip worked as a bartender for quite a while so beware! He can make a solid cocktail. The weirdest/craziest job he's had was as a puma-walker in Bolivia in South America. Phillip also loves to travel when he can.
Thanks for sharing, Phillip. Contact Phillip via his profile here. On behalf of Adobe and the entire community, thank you, Phillip for all your excellent contributions.
Premiere Pro Community Digest — March
Dave Helmly on DDC about Premiere Pro on the M1 chip. Thank you, George Kennedy.
Livestream: After Effects (.mogrts) with School of Motion & Adobe Stock. Coming Wednesday at 11AM PST. Join Caroline, Jason, and Kyle from School of Motion.
Recording is available if you want to rewatch.
The March "Virtual" Adobe Video Community Meetup will be held on March 31 at 12PM PST.
Topics and guests: TBA
This virtual event is part of a monthly series — Adobe Video Community Meet-ups — and will go live on Wednesday, March 31st at 12pm PT (UTC-8).
AVC Meet-ups feature product demos, conversations, and Q&A with Adobe product teams, and spotlights on exciting customer projects and creative workflows. Each event is streamed to Adobe Video YouTube, and Facebook, channels on the last Wednesday of each month. Please help spread the word to your friends, colleagues, and community. We can’t wait to connect there and then!
What is the Adobe Video Community? Anyone using Premiere Pro, After Effects, Audition, Media Encoder, Character Animator, Photoshop, Animate... and more to create video content of all stripes.
4 Free Brush Matte Transitions (Japanese)
Thanks for including Undu Media in this months issue, Kevin.
And thanks for your work on behalf of the Premiere Pro community!