Join Maxim Jago for an in-depth discussion in this video Using metadata schemas, part of EPK Editing: 1 Ingest to Assembly Edit.
- Aside from ingesting your media…and organizing it, Prelude is there…to help you manage the metadata for your media.…That really means additional information…about the media.…Now if you're working on a really short simple…project with five or 10 clips, frankly I don't…know how useful metadata's going to be to you.…It might be useful for archiving and locating…your content later, but you're probably just…going to get to it and start cutting.…If you're working on a bigger project, metadata…management can really make a huge difference…to your time efficiency later on.…
Let's have a look at how Prelude helps us with this.…I'm going to double click here in my empty project.…I'm in my schemer's Prelude project, and in here…I've got a couple of shots now.…I'm just going to show you this initially…with the interview with the director.…I've got a little clip here about the look…that the director was looking for when…they shot all this footage on the beach.…It's just a short little piece of media.…I'm going to do this with one clip, and then…
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