103: Using Adobe Prelude CC
103: Using Adobe Prelude CC
“Ingest” is the process of converting tapeless media into something your computer can edit. And the new Adobe Prelude CC is the latest tool to use for ingest â whether into Premiere Pro CC, Premiere Pro CS6, or Final Cut Pro 7. Another benefit to Prelude is that it can be run by a less experienced editor as a way to screen clips before moving them into the editing suite.
Presented: June 26, 2013
An In-Depth Tour of Tapeless Media Capture
Each week, Larry Jordan presents a live, on-line, video training webinar discussing issues related to video editing and post-production. For a list of upcoming webinars, click here.
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“Ingest” is the process of converting tapeless media into something your computer can edit. And the new Adobe Prelude CC is the latest tool to use for ingest–whether into Premiere Pro CC, Premiere Pro CS6, or Final Cut Pro 7. Another benefit to Prelude is that it can be run by a less experienced editor as a way to screen clips before moving them into the editing suite.
In this session, hosted by Larry Jordan, we’ll take an in-depth look at how Prelude can simplify working with tapeless media. From initial clip review and ingest, through logging and organizing clips, to sending clips to your editing package, this webinar covers the entire process.
Also, though all editing software can edit H.264 or AVCHD media, it most cases editing is faster and easier if you transcode, or convert, that footage into a video format that is designed for editing. These formats, also called “mezzanine” formats, include Apple ProRes, Avid DNxHD, and Panasonic AVC-Intra. Prelude makes this transcoding automatic.
During this session, in addition to the demos, you will learn more about:
- How to review clips prior to ingesting
- How to ingest clips
- How to transcode clips
- How to log and organize clips
- How to build a rough-cut (selects reel)
- How to transfer the clips to Premiere Pro or Final Cut Pro
This introductory-level webinar is designed for all video editors who are interested in learning how Adobe Prelude works and where it fits in a Premiere Pro workflow. (This video training is a QuickTime movie. You don’t need to own any other software to watch this movie.)
To help you quickly find the information you need, we included chapter markers in the QuickTime movie for easy navigation. Click here to learn how to display them in your download.
- What is Adobe Prelude CC?
- Why should you use Prelude?
- What are the new features in Prelude CC?
- What does Prelude do that Premiere Pro does not?
- DEMO: Introduction to the Prelude interface
- DEMO: Reviewing clips
- DEMO: Ingesting clips
- DEMO: Converting (transcoding) clips between formats
- DEMO: Renaming clips on ingest
- DEMO: Adding and modifying metadata
- DEMO: Selecting the best transcode video format
- DEMO: Adding compression presets to Adobe Media Encoder
- DEMO: Logging clips
- DEMO: Organizing clips
- DEMO: Creating markers and subclips
- DEMO: Modifying markers
- DEMO: Modifying preference settings
- DEMO: Creating a new rough-cut
- DEMO: Assembling a rough-cut (collection of clips)
- DEMO: Send a rough-cut to Premiere Pro CC
- DEMO: Export a rough-cut for Premiere Pro on a separate system
- DEMO: Export a rough-cut for Final Cut Pro 7
- DEMO: Export a rough-cut as a single clip