Post-production pro Jason Osder shows the ins and outs of working with transcoded footage. Learn different transcoding workflows for Premiere Pro, Adobe Media Encoder, and Prelude: transcoding at the very beginning, in the middle while you're working, or at the end during output.
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- Hi. I'm Jason Osder. Welcome to Premiere Pro Guru: Transcoded Workflows. Now transcoding is all about changing the codec or format of the video you're working with inside Premiere Pro, or one of the associated pieces of software. You can transcode footage at the beginning of your process, which is common, in the middle while you're working, or at the end as part of the output process. We're going to look at all of those possibilities, and we're going to start with some definitions, so you really know how to plan different kinds of transcoded workflows.
Now, let's get started with Premiere Pro Guru: Transcoded Workflows.
- 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