Join Rich as he discusses the reasons why you might be making the switch to Adobe Premiere Pro.
Premiere Pro is available in a number of different configurations. Learn which configuration is best for your needs.
There are a number of different options to consider when starting a new project.
If you are coming to Premiere Pro from another editing tool you might want to take the time to customize Premiere to make it feel more familiar.
Premiere works with native media formats (no transcoding required), and it helps to understand how this process works.
If you are familiar with the video editing process this quick overview should help you get oriented quickly.
Premiere Pro is fully compatible with Avid and Final Cut Pro, so there's no need to worry about what will happen to your legacy projects created in other editing software.
Exporting is a piece of cake with Adobe Media Encoder.
Rich wraps up the class with a look at how Premiere Pro fits into the big picture and where to find additional training resources.