Add markers with Prelude Premiere Pro


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Adding markers with Prelude

We've already seen how markers are really useful to mark things inside a clip so you can find it later. Now I want to show you how to create markers inside Prelude instead of Premiere Pro. That means that earlier along in the process, it could be on the laptop, in the field, or it could be being done by an assistant editor, who's not even that familiar with Premiere Pro. We can be adding that marker information to pick up later and find the footage we're looking for.

Let me show you how it works inside Prelude. As you can see, I'm inside Prelude and some clips have been ingested into the Prelude project. We've already seen how to do that, so I want to add markers. By default, I'm in the logging view of Prelude. If you're not there also go ahead and click the logging button. I've opened up a clip, and if you're following along with your own footage, you can do this with any clip. I want to indicate the marker types along the left here. You can see that a lot of these mat...

Adding markers with Prelude
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Adding markers with Prelude provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Jason Osder as part of the Premiere Pro Guru: Organizing Assets

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Premiere Pro
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