Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Sending a rough to your nonlinear editor, part of EPK Editing: 1 Ingest to Assembly Edit.
Now that I've been working for a little while…inside Adobe Prelude and I've begun to organize…my project and I've built myself a rough cut,…and I should mention, by the way,…you can have as many rough cuts as you like…in Prelude, because remember, each one…is just another file on your hard drive.…I'm kind of done with the…editing facilities available to me.…If you look here, for example, if I wanted to…move a shot around, you see I've got these two shots…together and I might want to break them up,…all I can do is drag and drop,…so I can take this, let me move my play head…out of the way, take this and drag it,…but I can't put it on any other layers,…and there's no other kind of, I'm using all…my modifying keys here.…
Nothing's happening.…All I can do is drag and drop, and I can undo.…So yes, I can trim, but I'd really like a lot more…editing power, and this is the point to which…I'm going to switch to my nonlinear editor.…So, how am I going to do it?…Well, there's a couple of ways.…I just want to illustrate this.…
Stay tuned for future courses in the series, which will cover the other steps in the workflow, all the way up to the finished music video.
- Keeping media organized
- Ingesting media
- Transcoding on ingest
- Adding metadata like comments and other tags to your clips
- Producing an assembly edit