What you'll learn in this lesson:
Adobe Prelude is a video ingest and logging tool. It allows you to ingest footage from tapeless media, rename clips, add and edit metadata and transcode to nearly any format.
In this lesson, you will work with the project files from the pr03lessons folder. Make sure that you have loaded the prlessons folder onto your hard drive from the supplied DVD. The Starting up section at the start of this book provides detailed information about loading lesson files, resetting your workspace, locating missing media, and opening the files in CC. If you have not already done so, please review these instructions before starting this lesson.
When opening the Premiere Pro project files used in this lesson you may experience a missing media message. You must locate any missing media before trying to proceed through the lessons. Please refer to the “Locating missing media” in the Starting up section of this book.
See Lesson 3 in action!
Use the accompanying video to gain a better understanding of some of the concepts covered ...