Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video About marker types, part of Prelude CS6 Workshop.
Adobe Prelude has several different kinds of markers that you can apply to your clips. …And this is something you do by a clip by clip basis, footage item by footage …item basis. There are six kinds and they range from …the option to create an, a subclip associated with your media file that'll …appear automatically when you import the media into an application like Premiere …Pro, for example. A comment, which just has text on it, and …this, like a subclip can have a duration which is very, very useful.…
And also pops up in Premiere Pro. You can also put in a Flash cue point …and, for example here, if I click this button or if I just press the number 3, …you'll see that the Marker Inspector shows that it's Flash cue point. …I can put in the cue point type, whether it's an event or a navigation control. …And just enter the options here, so that when I bring this media into Adobe Flash, …it's already got that cue point information assigned. …And equally, I can put in just a regular web link. …
- 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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