Bulletproof Premiere Pro: The Best Practices for Stable Editing Workflow [eBook]
If you struggle with Premiere Pro not behaving as it should then you know how frustrating that can be and how much editing time you’re wasting due to these issues. I’ve written an eBook that will hopefully solve your problems.
In September 2018, I posted a video about 14 new features of Premiere Pro CC 2019. It has gathered a lot of views and comments. While a lot of people were happy to see the new release, quite a few complained that they won’t upgrade because Premiere won’t be stable in the new version. I feel the pain but this mindset comes from 2 places. From the wrong upgrade process and from editing workflow itself.
In my experience, many editors with good workflow say that Premiere Pro is a very stable program. It is for me as well. There’s a set of practices that are common for most of the good editing workflows. If you don’t know them, the chance is that you’re getting frustrated and that you’ll soon complain that it’s crashing all of the time. In this case, you’ll lose the time for troubleshooting for many projects and down the road, it will cost you not only time but eventually money. The more projects you’re involved in the more you’ll lose. And if you decide to switch to a different editing platform just to discover that it’s not crashproof either, that’s even more wasted time and money.
I’ve gathered together all of my good practices I’ve learned down the road during editing for full time and during my freelance work. I’ve also asked some editor friends for their advice and compiled together 46 best practices for editing in Premiere Pro.
I edit almost every day. Last year I’ve worked on Premiere Pro CC 2017, CC 2018 and CC 2019 and I think I’ve choked my machine for good 4 or 5 times. Even then it was usually my mistake, impatience, and deviation from the system I provide in the eBook. I know I’m not alone but seeing so many people having issues with Premiere, it feels alone. My goal with this eBook is simple. I want you to take a few hours of your time, read through it and highlight sections that may require action on your end. Deal with these sections later to improve your workflow and become one of happy, safe, and well-sleeping editors. It will change the way you work and you’ll spend the time on actual edit rather than troubleshooting.
This is what I’m focusing on in this eBook. I want to improve your Premiere Pro robustness. To minimize crashes and prevent the loss of data or days of work. Let’s save you time a headache in the future.
What do people think about the eBook? Here’s the email I got from one of the first readers, George.
And here’s a review on Amazon (yes, it’s available there as well) from Joel.
- Good practices for upgrading the software
- GPU settings
- Other Hardware
- Importing assets
- Assets management
- Cache Files Management
- Working with Stills and Motion Graphics
- Editing codecs
- Sequence settings
- Autosaving and project versioning
- What if it’s too late – troubleshooting
The eBook costs $19 (+VAT if applicable). If you’re making this amount of money in an hour, it will literally pay for itself once the content saves you more time in the future. Especially when working on a tight deadline project. And I’m convinced that during the scope of a year it can save you more than a day.
Order your copy today. There’s 14 days money-back guarantee if for any reason you think that you haven’t learned anything (though I doubt it will be a case).