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Using Adobe Premiere Pro for video editing [Windows, Mac]

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This article explores the use of the Adobe Premiere Pro application for video editing on computers.

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Getting started

Adobe Premiere Pro is available for download on Mac and Windows computers as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud package.

Trinity Laban students and staff can currently make use of Adobe’s offer to temporarily use it on your home device for free.

Premiere Pro is a robust and fully featured video editing application, which is used by thousands of editors around the world in the TV, film, advertising and art industries. As a fairly complex and professional focused application, it requires a high spec computer to run it. It can also be quite a steep learning curve, however, there are lots of online tutorials.

Getting started with Premiere Pro

An alternative straightforward guide can be found at:

Here are a few useful free guides from Adobe on getting started with Premiere Pro:

Get started with Adobe Premiere Pro

Create a Project and Import a Clip 

Explore Using Premiere Pro’s Panels

Getting additional help

You may find the Making video content article useful.

For additional support, please contact avsupport@trinitylaban.ac.uk.


Updated on 7th March 2022

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