ConForm a project with an Edit Decision List (EDL) SpeedGrade


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Conforming a project with an Edit Decision List (EDL)

In this movie, I want to show you what is probably the most common way of getting projects into Adobe SpeedGrade and that's by using an EDL or an Edit Decision List. By using an EDL, you can conform a project here in Adobe SpeedGrade back to the original edit that you had in your editorial tool. And by using a standard CMX 3600 EDL, you can reconnect to a wide variety of video formats such as RAW video from a Red camera or other codecs and resolutions that your project may contain. Now I know what you might be thinking, EDLs really Rob? Well, it's true, EDLs are a little bit of an antiquated format, but they still really work well for exchanging information between different applications.

So in this movie, we're going to use an EDL and then reconnect the EDL to the clips that we want to color correct and grade. If you're following along with the exercise files, be sure to open up this project for this Timeline called 02_03_edl.ircp. Make sure you don't open ...

Conforming a project with an Edit Decision List (EDL)
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Conforming a project with an Edit Decision List (EDL) provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Robbie Carman as part of the Up and Running with SpeedGrade

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