In this video tutorial, the shirtless filmmaker shows you a quick tip on how to save your butt when editing in Premiere Pro, or any non-linear-editing program for that matter, with the auto-save option.
Today, I wanted to do something a little different. Aside from writing blog posts about our company’s past and the secrets of storytelling, we also love sharing our knowledge and provide the resources for the people that are just as desperate to learn as we are.
In this video tutorial, I provide you with a quick sneak peak into what is to come with our up-and-coming huge project entitled Shirtless Filmmaker. I can’t say much quite yet, but I’m sure from the content already in existence you can guess what it’s all about. But wait, there’s more! And that, I will leave up in the air until the time is right.
In the meantime, please enjoy this short quick tip about saving your butt when it comes down to long editing sessions in Premiere Pro, or any NLE program for that matter. Because we all know that one guy that spills coffee on himself in the morning because he lost all of his progress after a two-hour editing session on a big client project, resulting in him getting fired – thus spilling cheap coffee on an expensive shirt (never a good combination) from the shock of being unemployed… yet again. Not speaking from personal experience of course.
Do you use the auto-save feature? What settings do you set? Perhaps you prefer to manually CMD+S all the time like a tweaked out addict? Post a comment below!
About George V.K.
Born in Almaty, Kazakhstan in 1990; moved to Denver, Colorado 11 years later and became interested in the art of filmmaking soon after. He is pursuing a career as a Director of Photography while having the privilege to lead the very talented Perplexity Pictures team alongside his partner, Sinjin Jones.