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These are my top 3 favorite new features and updates for Premiere Pro from the April 2019 release. We’ll talk about the new Guides and Rulers (what took so long, Adobe?), the faster mask tracking, and the awesome new freeform view mode that I’m excited about but not yet sure how often I’ll use it. What are your favorite new updates of Premiere and what do you think Adobe should do next?
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Rulers and Guides (HELP LINK)
Making rulers and guides appear/disappear
Snapping to the guides
Change colors of the guides
Faster Mask Tracking (HELP LINK)
Mosaic at 70, elliptical mask over the rider’s face and track all properties forward and then backward.
01:53.30 w/ preview
00:18.49 w/o preview
LIKE TO SEE: better mask tracking in general, ability to track graphics, and ability to track pen tool masks with complex edges (like for walk-by transitions)
Freeform View (HELP LINK)
Enter freeform mode
Zoom panel to full screen with (`) key
Cmd/Ctrl + drag clips to duplicate
Alt drag to snap clips together
Select all clips and right click and align to grid
Zoom in and out with Cmd + scroll or pinch/zoom with trackpad
Select clip(s) and change size of thunbail
Hover + scrub and even set/remove in/out points for faster planning and editing
Show how to deliver an In/Out to the timeline
LIKE TO SEE: Better optimization. This view can run sluggish depending on the size of the project or the size of the media.
Auto-snapping if I move edges close enough (kind of how panels work.)
Haven’t used it enough yet to find anything else I’d love to see added to this.
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