Premiere Pro - Export Settings & Presets
- Have prior basic knowledge of Premiere Pro (importing footage, basic editing etc).have prior basic knowledge of Premiere Pro (importing footage, basic editing etc).
About the course
When it comes to turning your raw footage into a professional looking video, Premiere Pro is the industry-leading video editing software. But with its plethora of settings and presets, one of the questions I'm often asked is "What are the best settings when exporting my final video?". More often than not when exporting your project to the final video, you'll probably want the best possible quality video while maintaining as small a file size as possible so that the video can be streamed smoothly online. In this FREE Premiere Pro - Export Settings & Presets mini course I'll be showing you exactly how you can do this.
What will I learn?
You will learn which settings and presets to use when it comes to exporting your project to a final video. You'll learn the basic video settings and the best formats to render your video, along with some more advanced features such as frame rate and bit rate. By the end of the course you'll be able to render your own great quality videos while ensuring that they are optimised for uploading and smooth playback on the web.
After the course
After the course you will have a good knowledge of the best export settings to suit your video’s needs.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners to Premiere Pro wanting to learn more about Export Settings an the various ways in which to optimise and export their video.
- 03:40Export Settings - Viewing Area
- 03:33Export Settings
- 03:08Basic video settings
- 06:23Further Settings
- 03:56Rendering multiple formats
- 6 questionsTest your knowledge
- 06:49Bonus: Upscaling footage using Detail-preserving Upscale via After Effects
As a Lecturer and Learning Technologist with a background in design/digital art & animation, when teaching I often draw upon my design skills in order to create content that is visually engaging, dynamic, and interactive. This ensures that my students are active learners rather than passive learners, making it easier for them to retain information and giving them a far better learning experience.