Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Building a rough cut, part of Prelude CS6 Workshop.
Adobe Prelude is designed to support the transfer from the production phase to the …post-production and editing phase. And in particular it helps with this by …giving you a wonderful ingest solution. You can ingest lots and lots of media and …you can apply markers to it. You can update the metadata to it, and …you can prepare your footage for the editing phase. …It's very, very helpful. There's a second part of the facilities …that Prelude provides that are, especially, well maybe for directors or producers.…
Who aren't necessarily editors and don't know how to use an application like Adobe …Premier Pro. But want to be able to put together a …series of clips in the approximate order they should go in the finished edit. …And use that series of clips to give the editor a bit of a head start. …To either communicate the vision, communicate how things are meant to fit …together or even just to communicate which are the preferred takes. …And Prelude has a wonderful feature to make this possible. …
- 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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