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Premiere Clip to CreativeCloud

One step to many By Ko Maruyama

Adobe PremiereClip is a free app that allows you to edit anywhere on your iPhone or iPad.

Your mobile device is an awesome way to start working on a small visual project because you often have it with you all the time.  The great part about PremiereClip is that you can shoot, edit, and upload right from your phone or tablet.

The ability to edit, do some amount of post work, and quickly share it is the HEART of PremiereClip. However, if you have a CreativeCloud subscription, you can take the project that you just edited with your finger into a more substantial NLE.

PremiereClip can export your project  with all of the associated media to an XML file and source folder.  With the click of a button, it sends all of resources to reside in your CreativeCloud folder.

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The problem with editing on the mobile device (as much as it is convenient), is that it isn't exact or easy to control.  If you want to dig in a little deeper into your edit control, you'll want to take your project into PremierePro.

PremierePro will let you pick up right where PremiereClip leaves off, allowing you to make subtle adjustments that you wouldn't be able to do on your mobile device alone.


In the next few months, I'm sure I'll create projects that are both finished in PremiereClip and PremierePro separately.  So far, I've only created a couple of projects with the PremierePro pipeline.  All of the projects that were created and shared from NABShow were shot and edited with PremiereClip on iPad and iPhone alone.

I'll share them here and on twitter if you're interested, but I think that I'll probably shoot some more experimental stuff in the future.  You should try it out for yourself. You can get both an Adobe ID and PremiereClip for free.


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Ko Maruyama is a freelance animator in Los Angeles.  In addition to working on film and broadcast animations, Ko teaches at Pasadena's Art Center College of Design - focusing on motion design.  When working, writing or testing software allows, you can find him lending a hand in the After Effects board and lurking among the Cinema4D, Visual Effects and Photoshop posts within the DMNForums.
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