PremierePro

Adobe weblog about Premiere Pro and the success of Premiere Pro customers worldwide

Welcome Kevin Monahan, the new Premiere Pro documentation person.

As I mentioned recently, I’m now in Technical Support, providing online, one-to-many assistance for Adobe’s professional video software on forums and blogs and social-media-whatsits.

Now, it’s my pleasure to introduce my replacement in the role of “Community and Content Lead” (otherwise known as “documentation lead”) for After Effects, Premiere Pro, and Adobe Media Encoder.

I asked Kevin if he minded me sharing his email address with y’all, as I have done with my own, and he said that he’d like to continue the pattern of openness. So, here it is: kmonahan -at- adobe -dot- com

Kevin is especially interested in continuing the process of finding, linking to, and enabling the great tutorials, articles, and other resources that can add to the system of resources that can be used to learn Premiere Pro.

Of course, the best way to give feedback about the Premiere Pro Help document is still to add a comment at the bottom of the relevant page. You can add comments to add information, to add links, to make corrections, or to ask for clarification.

TAGGED AS:

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.

Tell Us Your Story

Creatives all over the world are producing amazing work with Premiere Pro -
Tell us your story here

Ask a Video Pro Webinars

Bring Color Grading to Your Editorial Workflow - presented by Patrick Palmer. This session will introduce new features and the Direct Link integration between Premiere Pro & SpeedGrade CC.
Thursday November 20, 2014 |10am PST Register


Recent Sessions

LOG and RAW Workflow & Adobe Tools presented by Robbie Carman Replay

Boost Your Career with a Killer Reel presented by Rod Harlan Replay

What’s new in Creative Cloud for video - presented by Jason Levine LIVE from IBC Show 2014 Replay

Making the Switch to Adobe Premiere Pro - presented by Colin Smith Replay

From Photography to Videography: Filmmaking Tools in Creative Cloud - presented by Terry White Replay