Understanding How Adobe Premiere Pro “Thinks”


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Wednesday, April 17   |   11:30 AM - 12:29 PM PST

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Getting to know Premiere Pro is much easier when you understand the fundamental design choices the engineers made while building it. If you understand the architecture of this powerful non-linear editing system interface, you’ll find you can navigate and create more quickly, learn faster, and apply more advanced post-production techniques with ease.

In this beginner’s session, join the Author of the official Adobe Premiere Pro Classroom in a Book, Maxim Jago, as he explores the fundamental design choices that are, collectively, the Premiere Pro user experience.

In this session, you’ll learn about:
• Menu types and which to search for what
• Layers vs containers vs links
• The relationship between clips and media
• How not to break Premiere Pro (hint: you can’t)



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Maxim Jago
Founder/Author/Filmmaker/Speaker
The Creativity Conference | The Creative Community