Rapidly tag and transcode video
footage and quickly create a
rough cut with Prelude — a video
logging and ingest tool designed
for intuitive, efficient media
organization and metadata entry.
Prelude translates effortlessly
into Adobe Premiere Pro,
ensuring fluid communication
and organization throughout the
video production process.
Learn how to use the Prelude
media organizer tool to make sure
that your Premiere Pro project is
organized from the start.
Learn about the clip naming and
metadata features of Prelude and
how easy it is to create subclips,
build a rough-cut assembly and
send your assembly to Premiere
Pro as a sequence for immediate
Introduction to Prelude workflows
• The Prelude workflow
• The Prelude interface
• Setting keyboard shortcuts
Ingesting of media
• What is ingesting?
• Why is it so important to get this bit right?
• Using existing files
• Ingesting using transcode
• Creating a new transcode setting
Transcoding your footage
• Why transcode?
• Transcoding options
• Working with Adobe Media Encoder to create custom encodes
• Downloading further transcode profiles from Adobe
• Media Management overview
Logging your footage
• Tools for logging
• Renaming files from different camera cards
• Previewing your clips
• Using markers
• Using File Metadata to add keywords
• Creating Subclips
• Logging shortcuts
• Using speech transcription
• Scrubbing clips
Creating a rough cut
• Add clips and subclips to a basic edit
• Sending a rough cut to Adobe Premiere
• Exporting a rough cut to Media Encoder
Using Prelude with Premiere Pro
Using the Prelude CC Live Logger on the iPad
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