Organize clips, subclips, and sequences in Prelude

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Learn to organize your clips in Prelude before bringing them into Premiere Pro. Infinite Skills author Jeff Sengstack demonstrates Prelude’s clip naming and metadata features, and shows how easy it is to create subclips, build a rough-cut assembly, and send it to Premiere Pro as a sequence for immediate editing.
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What is Prelude CC? 00:00:52
 
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Adobe Prelude CC Overview 00:03:22
 
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Preparing media and batch processing with Prelude 00:08:26
 
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Organize your media and create a rough assembly wi... 00:07:32
 
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  • Prelude
 
Organizing projects with Prelude 00:07:58
 
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Organize clips, subclips, and sequences in Prelude 00:08:46
 
  • Premiere Pro
  • Prelude
 
Adobe Premiere Pro CC and Prelude CC: Faster Editi... 00:03:10
 
  • Premiere Pro
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  • Prelude
 
Share Clips and Rough Cuts between Prelude and Pre... 00:03:04
 
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  • Prelude
 
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