We designed Palette for the complexity of creative work. In Premiere Pro, Palette was designed primarily for use with Lumetri color, transport controls, keyframe motion & effects, and audio mixing. Here are 8 ways to use Palette Gear for a more efficient and less strenuous workflow in Premiere Pro.
Video editing is a creative process. No doubt about it. But using the software itself is also a technical skill. A few months ago I started using Palette Gear for my daily editing tasks in Premiere Pro. I’ve found that even though sliders and dials are very useful in some cases, my favorite feature is using macro mode with Palette's arcade-style buttons. It saves me a tremendous amount of time whenever I face some repetitive tasks. Read on to see how.
A Review by No Film School’s Piotr Toczyński. If you’re considering trying Palette Gear for your video editing, this is one of the most comprehensive reviews we’ve seen. You can try Palette Gear risk-free for 30 days, so what is stopping you from taking your editing to the next level?
Armando Ferreira, known online as Mondo Bytes, reviews Palette Gear for film editing and color grading in Premiere Pro in a recent episode of Tested Tuesday. The self-proclaimed filmmaker, editor, and gear nerd, has been using Palette for almost an entire year in his video workflow.