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Preparing Dailies Using Prelude and Media Encoder
If you’re preparing and transcoding files from native formats for viewing dailies, the new "Effects Tab" in Adobe Media Encoder can increase productivity by applying LUTs and Looks and Overlays. Combine this with ingesting and adding metadata in Prelude and acceleration with an NVIDIA GPU and you’ll be amazed at how fast this all happens.
DSLR Editing Workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro CC, Part 3: Multicamera DSLR Workflow with Automatic Audio Sync
Show: Creative Cloud for Video
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.
Dual-System Sound Synchronization without Timecode in Premiere Pro CS5.5
Show: Short and Suite
In this tutorial, Principal Worldwide Evangelist for Adobe, Jason Levine will highlight using updated 'merge clip' options to synchronize externally-recorded audio with your DSLR video clips (and other video formats, without timecode).
Collaborating with others using CS review
Learn how to get remote approval for all your video projects. Share comments and changes with production staff anywhere. Generate timecode-accurate reviews that sync directly with Adobe Premiere Pro, improving collaborative workflow.
AE CS5.5: Source Timecode
As an extension of Adobe's recent focus on metadata and being able to track information throughout a production, After Effects CS5.5 now has the ability to access the Media Start and End times as well as "tape" names for assets that include them.
Premiere Pro's Speech to Text Helps You Save Time
Show: Creating Time
Easily turn speech into text-based, timecode-accurate, searchable metadata. Jump to a specific area of a shot by searching for keywords within the dialogue, and then use keywords to locate and display what you're looking for in Premiere or on the Web.