Premiere Pro is one of the most preferred video editing programs to date, but did you know just how customisable the program is? Here are 5 fantastic hidden features inside Adobe Premiere Pro that you probably didn't know about:
- Consolidate and Transcode Your Files - Click File > Project Manager > then go over and select Consolidate and Transcode. This will allow you to copy all assets in your project to a specific folder location that allows you to access those files perhaps on an external drive so you can continue working on your project on any computer that has Premiere Pro.
- Change how timeline audio keyframes work. Locate the keyframe button in the timeline > Right Click > Track Keygframes > Volume > this will allow premiere to embed keyframes on a point in time rather than the clip itself, allowing you to raise or lower volume at a set point rather than on the clip itself.
- Add photos and video to essential graphics. Essential graphics is mainly used for adding and creating text, but if you select > New Item > From File > Add photo and video.
- Rearrange Timeline To Stack > Rearranging your workspace is a personal choice, but usually, if you go down that path you'll end up with random floating windows that get in the way, if you right-click at the top of one of these windows you can click on Stacked Panel Group and all your floating panels and windows will be grouped together in a tab-based configuration.
- Create a file in your project from a created graphic. Edit > Upgrade to source graphic.
Take a look at the video below by the YouTube channel: Premiere Basics on 5 Features In Adobe Premiere Pro You Probably Didn't Know About...