Designers and Photographers can also benefit with Prelude by starting their video vision with the rough cut, and export the project to Premiere for Editors to continue. In this class RC Concepcion takes you through the process from start to finish.
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RC talks about opening a new project and the areas of the Prelude interface.
The first step in organizing your project is to load the video clips you want to use.
RC talks about options for transferring footage including; choosing a destination folder, trans-coding, stitching clips together, and applying metadata.
Comments allow users to add information and instructions for video editing to the video clips themselves.
RC talks about creating subclips of longer pieces of footage.
There are a variety of marker types that can be helpful in organizing your project.
Prelude allows users to create a rough cut of how they want the final project to look.
Prelude makes it easy to move the project to Premiere for final editing.
Exporting the project saves the entire project and its assets to a folder that can be passed along to Premiere Pro.
RC is an education and curriculum developer and a “Photoshop Guy” for KelbyOne. An Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop, Illustrator, and Lightroom, RC has 10+ years in the I.T. and…