Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video About Adobe XMP, part of Prelude CS6 Workshop.
The Adobe XMP system is designed to, do no harm. …So it'll add whatever metadata your media formats will support, but nothing more, …so if your media files are not designed to take extra metadata, then it's just …not going to happen. Instead, Prelude will either make a …sidecar file which sits next to the original media file on the hard drive …with that extra metadata in it, or it'll put it in a cache, which is shared by …multiple applications. And a cache is just a location on your …hard drive with lots of data in it, lots of information in it.…
So, you see here I've got lots of shots that are actually QuickTime movies. …They're H264 files wrapped up inside a QuickTime movie. …And QuickTime is really flexible, it's really good about storing metadata. …So it's no problem. I can put in comments if I want this is a comment. …And then if I just put an outpoint for that. …And this comment will sit quite happily in the metadata in the Quick Time movie wrapper. …The same is true of course of MXF files. As much as you adjust the metadata, you …
- An overview of the interface
- Useful preferences
- Ingesting media
- Managing media in Prelude
- Adding markers
- Creating rough cuts
- Sharing clips and rough cuts
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started with Adobe Prelude CS6
2. Ingesting Media
Browsing footage9m 10s
3. Managing Media in Prelude
Working with metadata6m 50s
4. Adding Markers
5. Creating Rough Cuts
6. Sharing Clips and Rough Cuts
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