Hello Premiere Pro Community! Here are your community highlights for November 2020.
Retrospective: November 2020: November has passed by with another new version of Premiere Pro, version 14.6, which we'll discuss below. A couple of cool new features to check out! Hope our friends in the U.S. enjoyed their Thanksgiving, though this year it's been challenging to have a normal holiday, without a doubt! We hope you and all of your loved ones are staying safe and healthy, wherever you are.
One feature that recently arrived in beta is "Media Replacement in Motion Graphics Templates." Motion Graphics templates allow you to work more efficiently with graphics and animations while retaining visual consistency. Users will be able to swap out graphics and video in Motion Graphics templates.
After Effects users can designate media within their templates as replaceable.
In Premiere Pro, editors can drag and drop new graphics, like a company logo, or a new video, into the template.
Drag and Drop Files Not Working: Workaround: Use a standard layout in Windows > Workspaces. Choose Window > Reset to Saved Layout if you have changed it from the default. This can also solve issues with keyboard shortcuts not working. People with custom dual monitors seem to be experiencing this issue too.
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.
How To Make a HIGHLIGHT VIDEO + Export Settings in Adobe Premiere Pro Abe Kislevitz
7 Adobe Premiere Pro Tips To Speed Up Your Editing Valentina Vee on the VidCon Channel
Create keyboard shortcuts
Use pancake editing to sync audio and video timelines
Use Looks in Lumetri color effect
Test your final video on your phone
Utilize Adobe Stock store for FREE motion graphic templates
Use the slip tool for quick edits
The Glitch Effect in Premiere Pro By KrossKaos
Better Titles for Beginners in Adobe Premiere Pro By Colin Smith - Video Revealed
Featured ACP - Peru Bob
I would like to give our Premiere Pro community superstar, Peru Bob, a special mention. At over 25,000 posts, Bob is the one of the most prolific and helpful ACPs we have on the Premiere Pro forums. Bob is very good with technical issues so you can rely on him for solving such problems. Bob told me that his passion for media and broadcast stems from his college radio experience, that experience is one we share. Bob has a degree in Electrical Engineering, but says he is not a pro editor. Could've fooled me! Like Ann Bens, he's a serious hobbyist with a deep love for the application. Bob told me he lives in the Adirondaks in upstate New York and owns a hardware store in a small town there. Now that is cool!
Thanks again, Bob. I appreciate your dedication to the community!