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In its newsletter, Adobe has recently issued a long guide for long-form and episodic filmmakers that use Premiere Pro for their projects. The guide features tips and tricks to enhance productivity and workflow efficiency.

Hardware and Settings

The guide covers hardware and settings to optimize performance. The recommended hardware includes multi-core processors, high-speed storage, and powerful graphics cards. Users can configure settings for playback, rendering, and export to suit their needs.

Working with Dailies

You will also get comprehensive info on how to work with dailies, which are rough cuts of the footage created during production. Editors can use proxies to reduce the size and improve playback performance. The guide also covers the use of metadata and how to organize files using bins.

Multi-Camera Editing

Multi-camera editing is an essential part of long-form and episodic filmmaking. The guide explains how to sync multiple camera angles and use the multicam editing feature in Premiere Pro. Editors can switch between camera angles in real time, making the process more efficient.

Dynamic Linking with After Effects

Adobe Premiere Pro works seamlessly with After Effects, allowing editors to create complex visual effects and motion graphics. The guide covers dynamic linking, which enables editors to make changes in After Effects and update the changes in Premiere Pro automatically.


The newsletter also has a few paragraphs about turnovers, which are handing over the project to post-production or delivery. Turnovers involve exporting files, creating XML or AAF files, and packaging media. The guide covers best turnover practices to ensure the project is delivered successfully.

Remote and Cloud-Based Workflows

The guide also covers remote and cloud-based workflows, which have become more prevalent due to the pandemic. Editors can work remotely using Adobe's cloud-based services, including Premiere Pro and After Effects. The guide covers shared projects, collaboration tools, and cloud-based storage.

In conclusion, Adobe's comprehensive guide for long-form and episodic filmmakers using Premiere Pro is an essential resource for any editor. The guide covers various topics, including hardware and settings, dailies, multicam editing, dynamic linking with After Effects, turnovers, and remote workflows. By following the tips and tricks with plugins by StudioPlugins and their pack of transitions for Premiere Pro in the guide, editors can enhance productivity and quality of their projects.