I’ve been using Premiere for many of my video and audio editing needs, since before it was “Premiere Pro”. It’s great for more advanced projects, but can be overkill for editing screencasts, for which I prefer to use Camtasia.
So far I've written 26 articles about it for this site.
Here's a huge long list of every single one. If you prefer a view with teaser content and pictures, take a look at the Premiere Pro Archives.
- Where does Premiere Pro 2020 store auto save files
- How to create a sequence with a custom aspect ratio in Premiere Pro
- Can a 1080p Timeline export 4K UHD in Premiere Pro?
- How to manually rebuild Media Cache Files in Premiere Pro
- Adjusting Audio Peak Levels in Adobe Premiere Pro
- How to duplicate an audio channel in Premiere Pro
- Multi Camera Editing in Premiere Pro CS 5.5
- How to render media with Alpha Channel in Premiere Pro
- How to export multiple timelines at once in Premiere
- How to run Adobe Premiere Pro CS3 in 2017
- Handy Keyboard Shortcuts in Adobe Premiere Pro
- How to mute the mic when recording a voice over in Premiere Pro
- How to export 4k video with Premiere Pro CS 5.5
- How to render an image sequence as video in Photoshop
- How to export a single frame from your timeline in Adobe Premiere Pro
- How to copy and paste Motion Effects from one clip to another in Premiere Pro
- How to clear temporary files in Adobe Premiere Pro
- How to avoid empty audio tracks in Premiere Pro
- How to reset User Preferences in Premiere Pro
- How to apply a transition between multiple clips in Premiere Pro
- How to animate motion with Bezier Tweeners in Premiere Pro
- How to import an image sequence in Adobe Premiere Pro
- How to display frames instead of timecode in Adobe Premiere Pro
- Skeleton at the Graveyard
- Premiere Pro CS6: the Sneek Peek they’ve shown us at NAB
- Adobe: Watch out for our Creative Cloud Announcement on Monday