Determine the best import method for your workflow Premiere Pro


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Determining the best import method for your workflow

We're about to start talking about importing assets into Premiere Pro, but what's coming next is really just a list of different techniques. It's important to think at the outset about what techniques you're going to use to import and why. A lot of this is going to depend on two things. The nature of your assets and how you like to work. For instance, if you have a lot of tape-based assets, it's necessary that you're going to have to use importing technique that's capturing from tape. If your assets are already on a drive, you're going to have a lot of options in terms of drag-and-drop or import, but actually that's pretty simple, not really what I'm stressing here.

Some other important techniques involved Adobe Prelude. That's what you might use, if you know that all of your footage needs to be transcoded. For instance, if you've worked in a DSLR or flow shooting, but you want to edit in a higher quality codec. Or, maybe you have a lot of different type...

Determining the best import method for your workflow
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Determining the best import method for your workflow 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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