Know your way around Adobe Prelude!
Adobe Prelude has come as a boon to those of us who are stuck with long recordings that need to be edited out. Journalists find working with Prelude a great way to get rid of unwanted content, while retaining the important bits.
Piecing an article together has never been so easy! You can add markers and assign content to those markers. Adobe Prelude provides several markers to help disseminate and allocate content.
Marker Types In Prelude:
- Subclips: You can create subclips and different in and out points. The clips can be viewed in the project view.
- Comment: You can add a note, comment or reminder about a particular subclip.
- Chapter: The chapter markers are used to create chapter points when imported into Encore or Premier
- Web link: The web link markers are used to add a URL to clips
- Flash cue point: It is used for synchronizing graphics and for loading other video files.
- Speech transcription: Speech to text content can be manually added or edited.
Any change that you add in Prelude or any marker you create, will automatically be updated in Adobe Premier. So that makes the editing process a breeze.
To log video clips in Prelude…
- Go to window>workspace>log in
- Drag your clip to the timeline or double click on it
- Navigate to the Marker type panel and click on the marker you want to add to the clipping
- To add time duration for the marker you could either
- Set in points and out points to fix the timeframe for the marker
- Or go to the Marker Inspector Panel to set the in and out points. Change the values in the time code to set the duration of your marker.
- Assign names and descriptions to subclips and markers in the Marker Inspector Panel
To, add metadata, to a clip…
It is easy to add metadata to a video clip. Choose the clip for which you want to add metadata to. Navigate to Window>Metadata. Add the needed information in the panel.
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Adobe Prelude not just helps you to ingest clips, create markers and transcode video data it also helps users to create rough cuts that can be imported to Premier.
Import the file to Adobe Premier to begin your editing process!
Select File>Export. The export dialog box will open. Select the destination of your file and enable the check box. Go to the Type menu and choose Premier Pro file type. Click Ok and the file will automatically be exported to your Adobe Premier Pro software. Edit and give the finish touches to your recording.
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