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Welcome to Premiere Pro 14.1!

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Premiere Pro 14.1's "Productions"Premiere Pro 14.1's "Productions"

 

Welcome to Premiere Pro 14.1!

Today marks the release of Premiere Pro 14.1.

 

One of the handiest features of Premiere Pro 14.1 is a new workflow called "Productions." Check out this video:

Productions

 

See the blog post here for full details.

Read about the "Productions" feature in detail here.

"Productions" White Paper here.

 

  • New features are summarized here.
  • Working Remotely? Adobe Offers Team Projects to Premiere Pro and After Effects Users with a Creative Cloud Individual License Through August 17, 2020. Info here.
  • Bug fixes are also part of the release. Check the info out here.
  • Known issues here. (Auto Reframe and Legacy Titler issues).

Screenshot 2020-04-14 00.05.01.png

 

The "Get to Great" Live Streams with Jason Levine and Friends!
Set reminders for these live streams here.
Details about the live streams in the team blog here.

 

Live Stream ScheduleLive Stream Schedule

 

 

April 14


Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Karl Soule and Jason Levine

Join Evangelist Jason Levine and guest Karl Soule as they discover new tools for setting up editorial workflows in Adobe Premiere Pro! Jason and Karl will show best practices for keeping your projects lean, mean, organized and efficient. Stick around for demos, discussion and live Q&A.

 

Karl Soule is a Sr. Technical Sales Manager, Film and Video for Adobe based in Los Angeles: https://about.me/karlsoule

Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase


April 14

 

Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Bob Lindeman and Jason Levine

Join Evangelist Jason Levine and Bob Lindeman on Adobe Live! Learn how Bob Lindeman and his team use Premiere Pro with Team Projects and other Adobe tools to craft great video content every day for their show, ‘Just the FAQs’.

 

Bob Lindeman is the senior editor for Just the FAQs (USA Today): https://twitter.com/digitalcurios

Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase


April 15

 

Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Dacia Saenz and Jason Levine
Join Jason Levine and Dacia Saenz for a look at graphics workflows in Adobe Premiere Pro!

 

Expand your creative options and help you keep organized and on-brand – whether you’re working on your own or collaborating with others. Stick around for live product demos and Q&A.

 

Dacia Saenz is a Quality Engineer on the Adobe Motion Graphics team: http://www.showmetiger.com
Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase


April 15


Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Eric Demeusy and Jason Levine
Join Jason Levine and Eric Demeusy on Adobe Live! This week Eric and Jason will share their full bag of tips and tricks for bringing visual effects into storytelling – even on an indie budget. Stay tuned for demos, discussion and live Q&A.

 

Eric Demeusy is an award-winning motion graphics artist with credits including title sequences for Stranger Things and Game of Thrones: http://ericdemeusy.com/
Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase


 

April 16

 

Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Francis Crossman and Jason Levine
Join Evangelist Jason Levine and Francis Crossman as they explore Adobe Premiere Pro on Adobe Live! Francis and Jason will dive into Premiere’s use of Adobe Sensei, AI-driven technologies that accelerate time-consuming production tasks.

 

See how tools like Auto Ducking, Color Match, and Auto Reframe do the heavy lifting so you can focus on building your creative editorial.

 

Francis Crossman is a Product Manager for Adobe Premiere Pro: http://franciscrossman.com/

Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase

 

https://youtu.be/1iRM3M_KovQ

Scheduled for April 16, 2020 9:30AM

 

----- Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/live/adobelive


April 16

 

Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Alyssa Salter and Jason Levine
Evangelist Jason Levine joins editor Alyssa Salter on Adobe Live! Alyssa will breakdown how she manages editorial and post-production for a YouTube show with 4 channels releasing 13 or more weekly shows to over 34 million subscribers!

 

See how Premiere Pro allows Alyssa and editors like her to create, edit and produce with speed and efficiency.

 

Alyssa Salter is a Senior Editor for Fine Brothers Entertainment: https://www.youtube.com/FBE

Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase

 

https://youtu.be/vwGg-LhcmyA

Scheduled for April 16, 2020 10:30AM PST

 

----- Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/live/adobelive


April 17

 

Adobe Video Livestream Series: New Public Beta for Adobe Video/Audio Apps (with David Simons)

The new public Beta program started rolling out to Creative Cloud members earlier this year. Join this discussion and live Q&A with Jason Levine and David Simons, Adobe Fellow, who has been leading the initiative.

 

If the name rings a bell: Dave is one of the inventors of After Effects, for which he won a technical Academy Award, and Adobe Character Animator, which won him a technical Emmy.

 

https://youtu.be/79yUIU03yRo

Scheduled for April 17, 2020 9:30AM PST

 

----- Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/live/adobelive


The colorful, hand drawn animations of the Birds of Prey main-on-ends title sequence is the work of artists Penny Nederlander & Amanda Gotera (Shine). The creative duo brought illustrations and 3D elements to life in After Effects, finding simple ways to achieve visually complex results.

 

Join Penny, Amanda, and host Jason Levine for a look at their workflow and inspiration for graphics that tell stories, including demos, discussion, and live Q&A.


The Cut to the Point YouTube channel has this video about Productions. Check it out here:

 

Productions: Game-Changer?

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If you have any questions about the new features, please create your post below.

Thanks,
Kevin

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Welcome to Premiere Pro 14.1!

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Premiere Pro 14.1's "Productions"Premiere Pro 14.1's "Productions"

 

Welcome to Premiere Pro 14.1!

Today marks the release of Premiere Pro 14.1.

 

One of the handiest features of Premiere Pro 14.1 is a new workflow called "Productions." Check out this video:

Productions

 

See the blog post here for full details.

Read about the "Productions" feature in detail here.

"Productions" White Paper here.

 

  • New features are summarized here.
  • Working Remotely? Adobe Offers Team Projects to Premiere Pro and After Effects Users with a Creative Cloud Individual License Through August 17, 2020. Info here.
  • Bug fixes are also part of the release. Check the info out here.
  • Known issues here. (Auto Reframe and Legacy Titler issues).

Screenshot 2020-04-14 00.05.01.png

 

The "Get to Great" Live Streams with Jason Levine and Friends!
Set reminders for these live streams here.
Details about the live streams in the team blog here.

 

Live Stream ScheduleLive Stream Schedule

 

 

April 14


Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Karl Soule and Jason Levine

Join Evangelist Jason Levine and guest Karl Soule as they discover new tools for setting up editorial workflows in Adobe Premiere Pro! Jason and Karl will show best practices for keeping your projects lean, mean, organized and efficient. Stick around for demos, discussion and live Q&A.

 

Karl Soule is a Sr. Technical Sales Manager, Film and Video for Adobe based in Los Angeles: https://about.me/karlsoule

Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase


April 14

 

Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Bob Lindeman and Jason Levine

Join Evangelist Jason Levine and Bob Lindeman on Adobe Live! Learn how Bob Lindeman and his team use Premiere Pro with Team Projects and other Adobe tools to craft great video content every day for their show, ‘Just the FAQs’.

 

Bob Lindeman is the senior editor for Just the FAQs (USA Today): https://twitter.com/digitalcurios

Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase


April 15

 

Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Dacia Saenz and Jason Levine
Join Jason Levine and Dacia Saenz for a look at graphics workflows in Adobe Premiere Pro!

 

Expand your creative options and help you keep organized and on-brand – whether you’re working on your own or collaborating with others. Stick around for live product demos and Q&A.

 

Dacia Saenz is a Quality Engineer on the Adobe Motion Graphics team: http://www.showmetiger.com
Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase


April 15


Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Eric Demeusy and Jason Levine
Join Jason Levine and Eric Demeusy on Adobe Live! This week Eric and Jason will share their full bag of tips and tricks for bringing visual effects into storytelling – even on an indie budget. Stay tuned for demos, discussion and live Q&A.

 

Eric Demeusy is an award-winning motion graphics artist with credits including title sequences for Stranger Things and Game of Thrones: http://ericdemeusy.com/
Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase


 

April 16

 

Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Francis Crossman and Jason Levine
Join Evangelist Jason Levine and Francis Crossman as they explore Adobe Premiere Pro on Adobe Live! Francis and Jason will dive into Premiere’s use of Adobe Sensei, AI-driven technologies that accelerate time-consuming production tasks.

 

See how tools like Auto Ducking, Color Match, and Auto Reframe do the heavy lifting so you can focus on building your creative editorial.

 

Francis Crossman is a Product Manager for Adobe Premiere Pro: http://franciscrossman.com/

Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase

 

https://youtu.be/1iRM3M_KovQ

Scheduled for April 16, 2020 9:30AM

 

----- Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/live/adobelive


April 16

 

Adobe Video: Livestream Series with Alyssa Salter and Jason Levine
Evangelist Jason Levine joins editor Alyssa Salter on Adobe Live! Alyssa will breakdown how she manages editorial and post-production for a YouTube show with 4 channels releasing 13 or more weekly shows to over 34 million subscribers!

 

See how Premiere Pro allows Alyssa and editors like her to create, edit and produce with speed and efficiency.

 

Alyssa Salter is a Senior Editor for Fine Brothers Entertainment: https://www.youtube.com/FBE

Jason Levine is a Worldwide Video Evangelist for Adobe: https://www.behance.net/beatlejase

 

https://youtu.be/vwGg-LhcmyA

Scheduled for April 16, 2020 10:30AM PST

 

----- Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/live/adobelive


April 17

 

Adobe Video Livestream Series: New Public Beta for Adobe Video/Audio Apps (with David Simons)

The new public Beta program started rolling out to Creative Cloud members earlier this year. Join this discussion and live Q&A with Jason Levine and David Simons, Adobe Fellow, who has been leading the initiative.

 

If the name rings a bell: Dave is one of the inventors of After Effects, for which he won a technical Academy Award, and Adobe Character Animator, which won him a technical Emmy.

 

https://youtu.be/79yUIU03yRo

Scheduled for April 17, 2020 9:30AM PST

 

----- Join us LIVE on Behance: https://www.behance.net/live/adobelive


The colorful, hand drawn animations of the Birds of Prey main-on-ends title sequence is the work of artists Penny Nederlander & Amanda Gotera (Shine). The creative duo brought illustrations and 3D elements to life in After Effects, finding simple ways to achieve visually complex results.

 

Join Penny, Amanda, and host Jason Levine for a look at their workflow and inspiration for graphics that tell stories, including demos, discussion, and live Q&A.


The Cut to the Point YouTube channel has this video about Productions. Check it out here:

 

Productions: Game-Changer?


If you have any questions about the new features, please create your post below.

Thanks,
Kevin

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"Productions" by Tim Wilson"Productions" by Tim Wilson"Productions" by Creative Cow's Tim Wilson

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I'm assuming adobe has pulled this update, as it's not available in create cloud apps.??

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Click the "Kabob" (three dots in upper right corner) menu > Check for Updates to refresh the CC application. Does that work for you, getho?

 

Kevin

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WINDOWS10; GPU driver is current.

 

Updated to V14.1.0 about a week ago. Immediately started getting low-level exception errors and could not scrub through content in Program Monitor. Reverted back to earlier version and errors disappeared.

 

Today (APR23_2020), I saw that V14.1.0 (Build 116) was still on the board as the latest version and assumed Adobe had fixed the bugs by now since I didn't think Adobe would continue to offer a version with bugs. I updated to 14.1.0 (Build 116) again and errors returned right away. Once again reverted back to earlier version (14.0.4) and errors went away. Go figure...

 

Just can't understand why Adobe would continue to list a buggy version (14.1) as their flagship version.

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The folks at Mixing Light and Neil Haugen bring you this in depth look at "Productions." As Neil says, this provides additional insights about the feature that can be considered above and beyond official documentation. For example, small shops may benefit from the info contained in this article.

 
Thanks,
Kevin

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I'm using a Production to produce all the YouTube videos from a Zoom webinar I helped faciltiate - 12 sessions in all.  It takes a little getting used to, but this really is helping.

 

When I'm done and want to archive this effort, it looks like I'll have to run the Project Manager on each of the projects.  Any chance there's a way to "archive" an entire Production?  If not... that's a feature request.

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I think, if I'm understanding you, that you have multiple prproj files. I believe that then entire production, should have been under one prproj, with multiple sequences, so to do this, you would need to get the sequences, from each of your projects, and bring them into one project to rule them all.... Sorry. I had to do this once, and it was tedious, naming the sequences, so they weren't all sequences. I don't remember how, and anyway, Premiere has changed/improved a lot since them.

I'll tell you one good thing about having to do this after the fact. You won't ever have to do it again. You'll keep everything in one project!

Adobe has info on everything you can imagine, and organization of assets is among em. Hopefully, others with more current experience can enhance, and/or discredit and correct my response, if needed. Good Luck!


Mark McKee

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