Premiere Rush Guided Workflow — Test Gear

Adobe Employee ,
Aug 20, 2019 Aug 20, 2019

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Plug it all in and make sure it works!Plug it all in and make sure it works!You've got everything laid out and taken stock of the overall condition of your gear. However, just because everything looks like it should work, you should really test it to make sure it won't let you down once you arrive at the location. Even if your gear package might be minimal, (phone, gimball, mic, for example) you should still test it.



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Now that you've tested your gear, you should definitely drop test the footage you shot before you leave for the shoot. That way, you can ensure that you are going to record video with audio and that the clips perform acceptably once imported into Premiere Rush.


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