Organize projects with Prelude Video Production CS6


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Organizing projects with Prelude

A lot of users that are new to using Adobe Prelude wonder where it fits into the chain. What am I going to do with an application for ingesting media when I can already do that perfectly well with Premiere Pro or After Effects? You can import directly into After Effects and Premiere Pro, but Prelude comes before. Prelude is there to allow you to organize your media, add metadata information to it, and then hand it over to, for example, Premiere Pro for you to edit. In many ways, this is an ideal tool for an Assistant Editor, because the interface is very simplified, very clear. It's not as complex as a non-linear editing system. And it's really streamlined for you to just mark things up and identify them. Here, I'm going to press Ctrl+I, that'd be Cmd+I on a Mac, to bring up the Ingest panel which is under the File menu as well.

And you can see you get this really nice browsing interface. This is the same as the one we've got now. In Premiere Pro in the...

Organizing projects with Prelude
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Organizing projects with Prelude provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Maxim Jago as part of the Video Production with Creative Suite 6

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