Join Jason Osder for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Transcoding Workflows.
- If your membership to the Lynda online training library includes access to the exercise files, you can download the exercise files for this course. I've already downloaded mine, and I want to give you a quick tour. When you open this folder, you'll notice that there's just a few projects here for specific lessons. And there's a media folder, but it's not that extensive. Inside the media folder, I have one AVCHD archive that we're going to use to ingest, and I have this really large uncompressed R3D or RED file.
There's also a folder of miscellaneous footage that goes with some of those sequences, but I want to point out that the exercise files are fairly limited, a couple examples of RAW files and a couple examples of sequences. With this course in particular, I really want to encourage you to consider using some of your own files with your own projects. It's only then that workflow thinking really gets cooking.
- Different kinds of transcoded workflows
- Codecs and formats for shooting
- Important definitions: log, raw, and more
- Using Premiere, Media Encoder, and Prelude for transcoding
- Creating transcoded presets
- Transcoding subclips
- Rendering and replacing clips
- Transcoding at the end of an edit