Adobe Premier Pro

Downloaded the demo version of Adobe Premier Pro (or 6) last night. I like it. Very similar to another nonlinear editing environment, Final Cut Pro, we’ve used at work. Very similar except the obvious, I’m on a PC.

If you’re serious about wanting to take your video to the next level, this is the program for you. Very nice interface, typical Adobe intuitive layout, and a price that is 1/6 that of a new Mac Dual Processor G5 with FCP on it. I think if I’m going to keep up with the video I should probably look into another hard drive. My 60gb could fill up pretty fast.

1 Reply to “Adobe Premier Pro

  1. Using Adobe Premier Pro, I somehow managed to get all of the files in my project trasfered into an unusable format. I think this has a little to do with the fact that my footage has been compressed severely; from GB’s to KB’s. The program won’t even recognize the files exsist at all. Not only that, but for some reason, possibly because of the transference, the files have shrunk from gb’s to kb’s!? On top of that, the drive they’re in says it’s 75% full. But thanks to the shrinkage of my files, the drive SHOULD only be 30% full. My question is:

    How do I decompress my footage in such a way that it becomes usable?

    Note: No other footage on any other drive on the computer is affected.

    Question 2:

    How do I take a title from the bin to the timeline?

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