Export Premiere Pro Projects Straight to Social Media


Did you know that you can export your videos from your Premiere Pro timeline straight to any social media accounts you’ll connect your Adobe account with? It’s a really convenient thing to do, and you have a huge variety of options to play with during the export. You can adjust the resolution, file format, and video proportions, and publish your video to multiple social media accounts. Moreover, export settings allow you to individually adjust every track to make the video more plausible for a certain social media network: https://studioplugins.net/product/premiere-transitions.

And the best part? Some ready-to-use presets that can be automatically applied to your video before you publish it through Premiere Pro: for Twitter, Facebook, Instagram Reels, or different YouTube formats, and many more.

Social media export settings that exist in Premiere Pro

Premiere Pro allows you to not only publish a certain adjusted video format for certain social media, but also to adjust your project for certain devices ‒ Amazon Kindle, iPad, and other common devices. And yes, you can adjust the quality up to 4K or trim and crop the video to make it ready for your Instagram feed.

You can find all these settings in the Publish tab. It’s located straight in the export settings box when you choose to publish a video.

But why would you need it, if you can simply render the video and upload it manually whenever and wherever you want?

Well, for a lot of people doing everything in one program is an easier thing to do. Also, you’ll save a lot of time on post-editing or adjusting your video for a certain format, especially if you have a project for multiple social media or devices.

It’s really simple ‒ all you have to do is just proceed with authorization within Premiere Pro and set everything up in the export dialog box. You can spend a few minutes connecting multiple social media accounts to Premiere Pro, but essentially, this will save you a lot of time you could’ve spent logging into each account every time and manually uploading videos.

As an option, you can add appropriate captions to exported videos ‒ 280 characters’ short statuses for Twitter, Instagram captions, Tumblr hashtags, or YouTube video descriptions. It’s a handy option that saves you a lot of time.

And, finally, you can upload video or project files to FTP servers and set the original file to be automatically deleted from your device once it is uploaded into the cloud.

The social media export feature offers you a wide range of video publishing opportunities ‒ you can use it to both carry out a video marketing campaign or simply save yourself some time working on your YouTube channel.