SubClip with Prelude Premiere Pro


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Subclipping with Prelude

We've been making markers in Adobe Prelude. And, we can also make sub clips in Prelude that will be passed back to Premiere Pro. It's just a little twist from the same technique. Let me show you how it works. As we've seen, each marker type has a numerical shortcut, and is used for a certain purpose. Most of the purposes are to pass on information to another program, such as Flash, or a DVD authoring program, or to create a web link. Well one of them, subclip is to pass special information in a different way to Premiere Pro. So the first part of this works the same. We find the section we want, and I'm actually moving pretty quickly just to show you the technique, but in real life, I'd be listening to what they're saying. I hit one to start the sub-clip marker. I play out the section that I want to use. I hit O for out. Alternately, I can make adjustments up here, and then I give it a name. Everything to this point looks exactly the same as any other marker. However, when I move ...

Subclipping with Prelude
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Subclipping 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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