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Organization is key to a successful post-production workflow. This course picks up where the end of your shoot leaves off and before editing begins—when you need to import, organize, and log your footage. Jason Osder shows how to import all different types of assets, from stills to soundtracks, and how to sort and annotate your footage in Adobe Premiere Pro. Plus, learn a few tricks involving Bridge and Prelude (like batch renaming) that will cut your logging time in half.
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We've been importing different files types into Premiere Pro and I want to work on audio files. A lot of the techniques are going to be similar or exactly the same but this will give us an excuse to look closely at audio and look at a few more tools along the way. I'm back where we left off and we're sort of building up our project by importing things. We're organizing only a little bit as we bring things in. There'll be more organization later, especially when we work with things like bins and labels. Now I want to look at audio and we can do that in the Media Browser, as we've been doing.
And in this case, if I just bring in the entire audio folder, I think I can organize it later. So here if we go larger, we see here are all of the audio files available to us in this package of footage. I don't want to say in our project because it's not really in our project yet. you can of course use the filter which we've looked at. And in this case, the filter will do something for us but it's questionable how important it is. If you look closely, we have AIFF and WAV files.
So I can sort for those or filter for them and if I want only to bring in the AIFF files, I can just go down and find the matching Macintosh audio AIFF files. Once I select that, all of the WAVs disappear. And I only have the AIFFs. I could select these and bring only them in. However, this is not really worthwhile. Because WAVs and AIFFs are essentially exactly the same file type, just with a different extension. So I'm actually going to go back to all supported files.
And I'm actually going to go up one layer, to my media folder, and bring in the entire bin of audio. The reason I'm doing it this way is because I want to keep all the audio together, but there's actually more organization to be done that I'm going to do later. So there's importing audio files. Not much different than the other file types we've been looking at, but do be careful about how these files are prepared. Again we have good, prepared files here. I like working with AIFFs and WAVs because they're uncompressed.
We do okay with MP3s, but these file types are my preference.
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