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5 Tips to Export Faster from Premiere Pro
5 Tips and tricks, Adobe Premiere Pro, faster workflow, MSI, Rendering
Another weekend has passed and it’s Creative Tuesday again. The weeks are going faster and faster. I guess that’s normal when you are having fun. However, do you know what really needs to go faster? Rendering! This can be so time consuming and can really interfere with your deadlines. But no worries, we have your back with this week’s video. Today we are explaining you 5 rendering tips and how you can improve the speed of it.
When looking on YouTube, everybody focuses on speeding the editing part. We agree this is very important. In the past we also made videos about creating faster workflows and using shortcuts to speed up your editing. And this is necessary, because needless to say time is money. When working on projects for you clients, you need to be fast so you can show results in a short time-span. And of course this also means saving time on rendering, without losing quality of course.
I must say, the hardware that you are using is also a big factor in the rendering speed. You can follow all the tips from our video perfectly, but if your computer or laptop is outdated then the tips won’t do very much. And we experienced this at first hand here at the office. I always work on the MSI desktop we received last year for a build video. And this desktop is the beast of the office and this is also noticeable in rendering speeds. However I’m not telling you to get the best of the best, because that would get expensive. But there are very good desktops and laptops on the market.
MSI P65 Creator
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5 thoughts on “5 Tips to Export Faster from Premiere Pro”
Thanks guys. Amazing.
On point one, when selecting a codec to use why not select maximum render quality?
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Please tell me, is video making a time passing for you or what? Cause your work is unbelievable
love you guys
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So I click the link to the laptop you rave about and it says “unavailable”. Any more info?
The video is not working when I tap on it