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Tutorial: Using Adobe Stock with Adobe Premiere Pro CC

Adobe Stock is a massive, high-resolution stock photo, illustration, and vector library that allows for easy integration with Premiere Pro, Photoshop, After Effects, and other Adobe programs. In this tutorial we'll explore how Adobe Stock can work with Adobe Premiere Pro in our video projects.

Back in Premiere Pro

Back in Premiere Pro, you’ll see that the image you downloaded will appear in the My Library folder in the Libraries panel (Figure 7, below).

Figure 7. The image(s) you download appear in your My Library folder.

If you're not seeing this, then you will need to ensure that you have file syncing enabled in your Creative Cloud preferences. If you prefer not to turn on file sharing, then you can import the image the old-fashioned way by choosing to File > Import or using the Media Browser. I like the auto syncing feature because I can quickly drag the image to my timeline and speed up the process.

Now I can adjust the image to your liking and make it work with my type (Figure 8, below).

Figure 8. My new background in place

As you can see, the Adobe Stock feature is another way to keep things easily accessible within your Adobe workflow. The pricing is pretty similar to what you pay with other photo libraries, but Adobe Stock gives Adobe Creative Cloud users the advantage of having everything in one place.


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