There are a couple reasons you’d want to create proxies in Premiere Pro CC 2015: to send a project to an editor through a web upload service, to work on a underpowered station or simply to convert 6K footage to HD work files.
In this 9th episode of My Canadian Studio, Éric St-Martin shows Mathieu Marano how to create proxies that can be used to exchange projects between editors and workstations. Be sure not to miss a neat trick that automatically reconnects the timelines to the original media when needed.
#MCS: create proxies in Premiere Pro CC 2015 from Mon Studio Au Canada on Vimeo.
Host: Mathieu Marano – ilovehue.net and fcmtl.com
Guest: Éric St-Martin – ubermedia.tv
Camera: Franck Le Coadou
Switcher: Ingrid Schwietzer
Editing: Sébastien Perron
Music: Olivier Biron
Studio: Coup Monté – coupmonte.ca