Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting clips and rough cuts, part of Prelude CS6 Workshop.
Once you have completed your ingesting process, you've marked up your clips, …you've added some temporal markers and comments, you've adjusted the metadata. …You might well want to share your media with another and a lead, like for …example, Premiere Pro or Filecut Pro and so on. …Prelude has a couple of different ways of doing this. …Let's have a look at the option by the file menu, to create a new XML content. …I'm going to select all of my clips, including my rough cut and my sub clips, …and all of the bins. And I'm going to go to File and I'm going to …choose Export. This is going to take me to a very, very …simple dialog box. My destination can either be my local …hard drive or an FTP server. I can output just the project information.…
And I need to give it a name. So let's say I'm going to call this Mountain …race media. I can not do that, but I'm going to do that. …And then I've got the option to choose a type. …And if I choose Final Cup Pro XML, then Prelude will make an XML file that …
- 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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