Switching from your familiar nonlinear editor to Adobe Premiere Pro is easier than you might think.
Over 50 new features have been added to Premiere Pro since the June 2013 release (7.0) to help you make the transition — including common commands, panels, and keyboard shortcuts.
To get an overview of what Premiere Pro can offer, read the following Top 10 reasons to switch (PDF, 341 KB):
- Integration with Adobe video and audio tools
- Intuitive, precise, and customizable editing tools
- Support for 4K, raw, and mezzanine codecs
- Industry-leading performance with Adobe Mercury Playback Engine
- Import and export from Avid Media Composer and Apple Final Cut Pro 7 and Final Cut Pro X
- Color workflows
- Enhanced audio control and performance
- Multicam editing
- Uninterrupted playback
- Synced settings and training via Adobe Creative Cloud
If you currently work with another nonlinear editing system (NLE), such as Apple Final Cut Pro or Avid Media Composer, you will find that traditional editing paradigms are supported by Premiere Pro. Learn how to make the switch quickly (PDF, 296 KB). Topics include moving projects to Premiere Pro and keyboard shortcuts.
Learn the simple XML workflow for exporting projects from Final Cut Pro 7 or Final Cut Pro X and importing them into Premiere Pro.
Learn the simple workflow for exporting projects from Avid Media Composer and importing them into Premiere Pro.
Get the most out of using Premiere Pro from the perspective of a professional editor who has used Avid Media Composer for many years. Learn in this video series how to create familiar workspaces, migrate user settings, follow proper file management principles, and export media.
Dan Dome, Associate Director/Lead Editor for Late Night with Seth Meyers, shares why he and his team use Premiere Pro to bring the hilarious show to air weeknights on NBC.
Long-time editor of such high-profile music videos as Notorious B.I.G.'s "Hypnotize," Marilyn Manson's "The Dope Show," and The Chemical Brothers' "Out of Control," Bill Yukich has made the switch from Avid Media Composer to Premiere Pro for his work on the latest Red Hot Chili Peppers' video, "Brendan's Death Song."