Today’s tutorial is NLE specific for Adobe premiere pro CC. When importing RED footage (.rd3’s), there is a certain method to follow so that all extended clips only import as a single clip. Otherwise, you wind up with a bunch of folders with duplicated clips for any clips that were split due to their length.
However this video goes over simple fix to help speed up your workflow. Special thanks to Mitch Martinez for helping me figure this out.
Check it out!
Previous Video Editing Tips:
- Overview of a new feature in Premiere for syncing audio clips and AV clips one at at a time .
- The Ultimate Keyboard Shortcuts Tutorial – how to set up and utilize custom premiere pro shortcuts.
- Tips on Editing to Music – how to set your in and out points when cutting to music in less time.
- Blemishes Be Gone – great when trying to remove blemishes from set shots.
- How to Master Time Remapping – tips on using dynamic link and AE to remove blemishes in set shots with the clone stamp tool.
- How to Write to an Audio Track – tips on how to write to an audio track to control the volume throughout the sequence.
- Save Hours with a Simple Keyboard Shortcut – A Keyboard shortcut tip to increase speed.
- Organizing Your Footage – Tips to save time, and improve your edit.
- Action Jackson – How to cut on Action.
- Taking Advantage of Formats – How to use 1080p footage in a 720 comp to double your footage.
- Premiere Pro – Save Time on Titles – a specific method to save time while laying in titles.