Transcoding media with Prelude Premiere Pro


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Transcoding media with Prelude

We've been working with various transfer options using Prelude and I want to look at one of the most powerful ones, which is trans coding your footage. Let's see how it works. We're right where we left off in Prelude, and if you remember, the last time we transferred, we actually moved the files to a different location on Transfer. This time I want to not move the files but transcode them, and as a refresher transcoding is changing the format and the codec of the file to a different format. In this case one used for editing.

So I've already clicked the Transfer Clip to Destination box and now I want to click the Transcode box. I may or may not want to add a subfolder in this case. But if I did, it might be something like converted, or transcoded. Just to note, that that's the new type we're saving. Next I'm going to choose the Quicktime format, and then this is important. All you have access to, are presets. So those are both, the building presets that come with Encoder beca...

Transcoding media with Prelude
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Transcoding media 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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Video
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Premiere Pro
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