How to Use an edit decision list (EDL) to conform a project SpeedGrade CC


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Using an edit decision list (EDL) to conform a project

In this movie, we are going to round out our exploration of the various ways we can pull shots and sequences back into SpeedGrade to allow us to color correct our projects. We'll do this by looking at importing an EDL, an edit decision list. Just like in the direct link workflow, using an EDL we can relink back to the camera original media. Unlike Direct Link, we lose all the other timeline metadata like resizing, filters, and multiple tracks of video.

Yes, in this non-Direct Link workflow, SpeedGrade supports only one video track, and so you'd think this EDL import workflow, you'd think it's a non-starter. Here's the thing. Almost every modern nonlinear editing system can export an EDL. If we can reduce our timelines to a single track of video, then we can export and EDL that allows SpeedGrade to integrate with almost any editing system on the market today.

Not just Premiere Pro. So let's see precisely how this works. If you have access to the exercise files and want to play alo...

Using an edit decision list (EDL) to conform a project
Video duration: 7m 11s 4h 55m Beginner Updated Jan 24, 2014

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Using an edit decision list (EDL) to conform a project provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Patrick Inhofer as part of the Up and Running with SpeedGrade CC

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