Fundamentals of Video Production in Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro
Nothing tells a story better than a well crafted digital video. This course is designed to teach you the elusive and technical art of visual storytelling using Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro CC. Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 or later, Adobe Prelude 2015 or later.
What you'll learn
Nothing tells a story better than a well crafted digital video. In this course, Fundamentals of Video Production in Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro, you will learn how to create a compelling and effective video production while simultaneously avoiding many of the common traps most newbie video editors fall into.
First, you will learn how to properly import video content like a professional by starting in Adobe Prelude; one of the most under-used softwares in the Creative Cloud platform.
Next, you will leverage the power of Prelude's Logging feature to add sub-clips and comments throughout your video footage and build a rough cut using logged metadata.
Finally, you will learn how to take a rough cut from Prelude into Adobe Premiere Pro. From there, you will further edit this composition using advanced video cutting techniques that well trained editors know how to implement.
When you are finished with this video production course, you'll not only know how to build incredibly effective video content from the start, but also how to work in collaboration with fellow editors using the Adobe Creative Cloud platform for visual storytelling.
Software required: Adobe Premiere Pro CC 2015 or later, Adobe Prelude 2015 or later.
Table of contents
- Introduction 2m
- Optimal Settings for the Best Results in Prelude 5m
- Exploring the Project Assets 4m
- Selective Importing into Prelude Using In and Out Points 5m
- Choosing the Best Transfer and Transcoding Options 6m
- Archiving Tips that will Save Your Life 4m
- How to Add and Manipulate Metadata for Clip Ingestion 6m
- Automating the File Renaming Structure for Ingestion 6m
- Checking the Ingestion Footage Process in Prelude 2m
- How to Ingest RED R3D Footage into Adobe Prelude 8m
- How to Sync Audio with Separately Recorded Video in Premiere 7m
- Using Markers in Synced Interview Segments for Better Visual Stories 7m
- Strategic Cutaway Placement When Editing Cover Jump Cuts 4m
- Understanding Transition Bleeds and How to Avoid Them 4m
- Leveraging Metadata and the Power of Search in Premiere 1m
- Rendering out Low Resolution File for Client Review 6m
- Replacing Proxy Files for Exporting HD Delivery Files 7m
- Review for Your Future Productions 2m
Adobe Prelude is a video editing tool for tagging media with metadata. It is very useful for searching purposes, post-production workflows, and footage management. It allows you to add sub clips and comments throughout video footage and build a rough cut using logged metadata.
Yes! Adobe Prelude works in conjunction with Premiere pro by allowing video professionals to organize their video files with markers, comments, and other types of metadata in a digital workflow. You can then export files from Adobe Prelude straight to Premiere Pro.
In this course you will learn the fundamentals of video production in Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro, including:
- Video ingestion in Adobe Prelude
- Adding and manipulating metadata
- Smart video logging in Prelude
- Video logging workflow
- Creating a rough cut in Adobe Prelude
- Sending a rough cut from Prelude to Premiere Pro
- Editing and rendering in Premiere Pro
- Much more
Anyone who wants to learn Adobe Prelude and Premiere Pro to improve video footage organization should take this course! It will be especially useful for video professionals, producers, and directors, or those aspiring to be such!
Nope! No previous experience with or knowledge of Adobe Predude or Premiere Pro is required. But you will want to have access to Prelude and Premiere Pro before diving into the course.