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In this tutorial we cover the basics of using PowerSearch and go over how and what it does in Premiere. PowerSearch is a search engine for Premiere Pro that lets you find any metadata - transcripts, markers, captions, camera metadata - in any clip or sequence. It makes searching through large projects very easy.
In this tutorial we go over what to do if you add new files to your Premiere project after doing the initial indexing. The initial indexing can take a few minutes, so you don't want to reindex everything if you import new files. This tutorial will show you the different methods for quickly updating your Index!
Indexing all the files in your Premiere project is crucial to how PowerSearch works. Saving and Loading the data is equally critical. Indexing can take a few minutes to finish and you don't want to do it every time you open PowerSearch. So understanding how to quickly Save and then quickly Load the data is important. This tutorial tells you all you need to know!
In this tutorial we'll show you how to search all your SpeedScriber transcripts in Premiere. PowerSearch allows you to search all the footage in your project. If you've put the transcript into the metadata (as SpeedScriber recommends) of your footage, PowerSearch will help you find where things were said in any clip.