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Chinfat: Markers - Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2017

Everything you wanted to know about markers in Premiere Pro. YouTuber, Chinfat, talks about markers in-depth in this episode of his Premiere Pro CC 2017 tutorial series. He starts off by showing what markers are, and how sequence and clip markers are different. At 5:34 Chinfat covers one of his favorite marker features: in and out points. This can be done by Option (Alt) clicking on markers or by modifying the duration field in the Marker inspector window. Markers can also be color coded, which Chinfat demonstrates at 7:54. He also shows how to search sequence or clip markers by color and text in the Marker panel at 8:50. Chinfat's tutorial is so thorough, at 10:47 he even explains how markers are saved to XMP files, which are stored in Premiere Pro's Media Cache Database. These settings can be controlled under Preferences. Finally, at 12:33 Chinfat shows how to enable Ripple Sequence Markers under the Markers menu. This setting is critical if you're making edits and want your markers to stay in sync with your clips. This is a long tutorial, but you'll walk away with a deep understanding of markers in Premiere Pro. Mark my words.

This episode covers the use of markers for organization in Premiere Pro. —Chinfat

Premiumbeat: 5 Ways to Use Markers in Premiere Pro

When it comes to editing workflow, markers are one of the most versatile tools in Premiere Pro. In this Premiumbeat tutorial, Jason Boone teaches how to use them for labeling, navigating, filtering, synching, and editing to beat. See how these marker techniques can be incorporated into your Premiere Pro editing workflow.

Markers in Premiere Pro are among the best tools available for video editors working in Adobe’s NLE. Versatile, easy to use, and exceptionally handy, markers are perfect for workflow optimization. In the video tutorial below, we’ll look at five ways to incorporate them today. —Jason Boone, Premiumbeat Blog


Closed Caption Overview in Adobe Premiere Pro CC

In this excerpt from a webinar, Larry Jordan gives a detailed overview of Closed Captions in Premiere Pro. He discusses how Closed Captions are different from Open Captions and Subtitles, and explains four Closed Caption file formats. This is a very informative video and will give you a good understanding of Closed Captions and how they are used.

Closed captions are intimidating! But, closed captions are also vital to understanding a movie for anyone who has trouble hearing or speaks a different language. The problem is that creating closed captions is not easy, even though captions are required for more and more media projects today. —Larry Jordan