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Premiere Pro Guru: Working with Prelude

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Kick off the editing process with Adobe Prelude. Learn how to transfer, transcode, and log your media before you move to Premiere Pro.

Adobe Prelude is a dedicated ingest and logging program that is part of the Creative Cloud suite. Premiere Pro Guru: Working with Prelude unlocks the power of this program and shows you how to transfer and transcode footage, log with markers and subclips, rough cut your clips, and transfer all of this work into the Premiere Pro editing environment. Join Jason Osder as he shows you how to incorporate this standalone, specialized tool in your editing workflow.


  • Welcome
  • Using the exercise files
1. Understanding Prelude
  • What Prelude does
  • Touring the interface
  • Choosing a workflow
  • Overview of integration with Prelude and other Creative Cloud software
2. Ingesting Media
  • Understanding the Ingest window
  • Previewing clips
  • Transferring and transcoding clips
  • Transferring to multiple destinations
  • Adding metadata and renaming files
3. Logging
  • Understanding logging tools
  • Organizing with bins
  • Adding markers
  • Editing markers
  • When to use subclips
  • Sending logging information to Premiere Pro
4. Live Logger
  • Other types of markers
  • Real-time tagging with the Tag panel
  • Live Logger overview (iPad)
  • Creating a Live Logger template (iPad)
  • Integrating metadata in Prelude
5. Rough Cutting
  • Creating a rough cut
  • Rearranging and trimming
  • Sending a rough cut to Premiere Pro
6. Exporting Projects and Assets
  • Premiere Pro integration
  • Media Encoder integration
  • Export options
  • Sharing metadata
7. Advanced Options
  • Exploring the preferences
  • Mapping keyboard shortcuts
  • Wrapping up

Taught by

Jason Osder

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