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Preparing media and batch processing with Prelude
Cut your ingest time significantly by using Prelude to get your media into your editing system. Prelude automates this important stage in post-production, letting you ingest individual media files or parts of media files, create multiple copies on different drives, batch-transcode, batch-rename and batch-assign metadata to whole groups of clips. You can even automatically verify that the files have arrived safely.
Organize your media and create a rough assembly with Prelude
Save time by organizing your project in Prelude, before you open Premiere Pro. You'll learn how much faster it is to use Prelude to organize clips into multiple bins, create subclips stored inside the media metadata, add comments, and even build a simple assembly to hit the ground running when you start your edit.
Multicamera workflows with Premiere Pro
In this detailed tour of the multicamera workflow in Premiere Pro, trainer Maxim Jago takes you step by step from ingest to output of a four-camera sequence. Along the way, you'll learn to auto-sync multiple angles or takes, apply filters or grades to one or more angles as you work, and much more.
What is Adobe Anywhere?
Adobe Anywhere is a modern, collaborative workflow platform that empowers users of Adobe professional video solutions to work together, using centralized media, across virtually any network. NVIDIA Tesla GPUs are a required and key element that enables the Adobe® Mercury Streaming Engine to deliver smooth remote streaming to client systems.
Introducing Adobe Anywhere
Adobe Anywhere uses standard servers powered by NVIDIA Tesla GPUs to enable video teams to collaborate and access shared media across standard networks virtually anywhere they have internet connectivity. The NVIDIA Tesla GPUs are key to enabling the Adobe Mercury Streaming Engine for smooth remote streaming to client systems.
DSLR Editing Workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Part 1: From the Camera Directly to Adobe Premiere Pro
In this updated video for Adobe Premiere Pro CC (Part 1 of 3), Principal Worldwide Evangelist Jason Levine walks you through the basics of importing footage from your DSLR directly into Adobe Premiere Pro, selecting clips, setting In/Out points, and building a sequence. Work with multiple formats/frame rates/frame sizes, all simultaneously, and learn how the Adobe Mercury Playback Engine can be modified to optimize playback performance, no matter what kind of machine you're editing on.
DSLR Editing Workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Part 3: Multicamera DSLR Workflow with Automatic Audio Sync
In this updated video for Adobe Premiere Pro CC (Part 3 of 3), Principal Worldwide Evangelist Jason Levine highlights the enhanced multicam workflow with DSLR footage, including the ability to synchronize your media automatically via Audio Sync. He'll also show how Adobe Premiere Pro CC natively and seamlessly works with multiple frame rates and frame sizes — even mixed sample rate audio files — and quickly and accurately syncs media so you can start cutting and crafting your multicamera DSLR story.
DSLR Editing Workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Part 2: From the Camera to Adobe Prelude CC; Ingest, Tagging, Transcoding, and Rough Cutting
In this updated video for Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Prelude CC (Part 2 of 3), Principal Worldwide Evangelist Jason Levine shows how to leverage Prelude (the "Lightroom for DSLR video") as the most efficient way to start your DSLR editing workflow. He showcases a best-practices workflow for selecting your media, ingesting, doing partial ingest, creating custom metadata fields, renaming files, transferring and transcoding your footage to editing standards like DNxHD, sub clipping, logging, and creating the basic rough cut that you'll send directly to Adobe Premiere Pro.
Adobe Prelude CC Overview
Show: Adobe at NAB 2013
Speed up your video ingest and logging tasks with flexible new ways to enter metadata in Prelude. Preview clips and create rough cuts that open directly in Adobe Premiere Pro CC to keep your production vision intact and accelerate the editing process.