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Adobe Premiere Pro - Advanced Training

Exporting using your Proxies in Premiere Pro

Daniel Walter Scott

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In this video we are going to look at how to export your proxies to kind of like final render. There's lots of reasons why you might, I don't use them very often, but you might be adding some special magic to your proxies, they are smaller, maybe your renewing time is really long, maybe you're adding Luts, or this kind of watermark, and then you want to export that for the client. 

To do it, let's hit 'Command M' on a Mac or 'Ctrl M' for Mary, on a PC and down the bottom here, just make sure Use Proxies is turned on, we'll use the proxies that you've made. Remember, you might have added that watermark like we did on our proxies, or you might add, like you might have added, like a Lut to all of your proxies, or some sort of thing, you just want to use those, tick that box, hit 'Export', and you will have ones that doesn't use your original files. It uses those proxies that you've generated. 

 All right, nice simple one, let's get on to the next video.