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Moving your scenes from Scenery to Premiere Pro
Moving your scenes from Scenery to Premiere Pro

Quick guide on how to move from Scenery to Premiere.

Updated over a week ago

While Scenery has a ton of power for video teams to create and polish edits entirely within our product, we know that some teams have very refined and highly specific workflows for finishing their videos in Adobe Premiere Pro.

If that describes your ideal workflow, here’s a quick guide on how to move from Scenery to Premiere.


How it works:

  • Download Scene XML. Once you’ve established a rough assembly or a string out for your edit, select the […] menu within your Scene properties. From here, hit Export > Premiere Pro XML. Once the export is complete, you can download the XML to your desktop.

  • Initiate media download. To ensure you have linked media within Premiere Pro, you are going to need to download the source media too. Again, select the […] menu within your Scene properties. From here, you can:

    • Choose whether you want the entire file: Download scene assets > Full length clips

    • Download just the trimmed media from your Timeline: Download scene assets > Ranges with handles

💡 Pro tip #1: Downloading ranges with handles will save you time, especially if you have clips that are an hour+ long.

💡 Pro tip #2: When downloading ranges with handles, you will notice that the trimmed media will give you padding on both ends — just in case you’d like to keep a frame or two in the edit.

  • Download to your computer. While your clips are being downloaded, you can continue working on other projects or Scenes within the project. Scenery will notify you, when your trimmed assets are ready to download.

  • Move to Premiere. Now that you’ve exported an XML file and downloaded either full length clips or trimmed media, you can continue to work in Premiere Pro by easily transferring your assets over.


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