Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Stitching media files, part of EPK Editing: 1 Ingest to Assembly Edit.
- In the case of the media we're working with…in this project, I've already divided everything up into…individual quotes, well, that is the case…for the interview with Common Perez.…I haven't done that with the interview…with the director, Rob Garratt.…I've got a couple of clips though…that I think it would be useful to combine into one.…So, I'm going to double click here, and…I'm going to browse through to a folder I've set up.…Now, I mentioned earlier, Prelude modifies…the metadata on your media files, which means of course,…any exercises I show you here, are going to…result in metadata changes you'll see…as soon as you get the media yourself.…
That's just how it works in Prelude.…So, I've got a folder with just three clips in it…that I've set aside separately,…and I'll make some changes here, and then…I'm going to reset them when I…supply these files for you to download.…I want to combine these three shots into one.…Why would you want to do that?…Well, let's say for example, you're working on…a media where you are filming an event,…
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