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Adobe Prelude CC

Tag and transcode video footage rapidly, and quickly create a rough cut with Prelude - a video logging and ingest tool designed for intuitive, efficient media organization and metadata entry
Manufacturer: Adobe Systems
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Refreshed and updated user interface .

The latest release of Prelude CC has an updated and cleaner user interface with HiDPI support. You can now load Prelude on a high DPI machine. The icons, text, and other visual elements are displayed in high-resolution clarity.


Improvements to rough cuts .


Apply transitions to rough cuts .

You can apply transitions between subclips in a rough cut and set the default transition type and duration for these transitions for a better editing workflow. Drag-and-drop the transition icon on the Timeline panel to apply the transition. • Select a clip then click the transition icon to apply transition. • Use the Shift key if you want to select multiple clips The transition can be applied at the start of a subclip, between two adjacent clips, or at the end of a subclip in a single rough cut. The transition is either one-sided or two-sided depending on the media type.


Default transition values .

The default duration for video transitions is 30 frames and for audio transitions is 1 second. If the default duration is longer than the applied clip, the duration is adjusted according to the length of the clip. These transition settings are persistent between different launches of Prelude. Drag the transition button and drop it at the beginning of the clips or in-between the clips. The default Video Transition Type is Cross Dissolve and the default Audio Transition Type is Constant Power.


Working with rough cut transitions .

All operations on transitions are added to the History panel (Window > History) and Undo and redo operations can be performed on the transitions. • You can adjust the duration of a transition by trimming the transition effects. A one-sided transition can be changed to a two-sided transition and vice-versa. • Use the Delete key to delete transitions. You can select and delete multiple transitions at the same time. • You can send a rough cut with transitions to Premiere Pro and the transitions are retained. • You can export a rough cut with transitions and the transitions are retained. • Transitions can be applied in Edit Anywhere (EA) mode. • You can apply multiple transitions within a single rough cut. At any given point in the clip, only one transition is in effect. If you change the transition settings, the original transition is replaced and the new setting will take effect.


Editing transitions in rough cuts •

The transition is lost or deleted if: • the transition is two-sided and one of the subclips is deleted. • the transition is one-sided and the clip adjacent to the transition is deleted. • the order of sub-clips is changed in a Rough Cut. • When ripple trimming is applied to subclips, transitions are retained. However, if the new subclip does not have enough material/room to include the transition, the transition will be shortened according to new length of the new subclip. • The transition is retained only if a new subclip is inserted before the first subclip or after the last subclip. Inserting subclips at any other position will result in loss of the transition.


New drag-and-drop features •

You can now drag-and-drop clips to a new bin. A new bin is created and dragged items are dropped into it automatically. • You can also drag-and-drop clips to a new rough cut. A new rough cut is created and opened automatically, and it is populated with the selected clips.


Other updates •

The Selected Marker Count and Duration in displayed in the Marker List Panel. •

Duration of each clip is shown in the Ingest Dialog Thumbnail View. You can thus know the total size of the clips before initiating the transfer. •

The total duration, file size, and number of clips (Clip Count) of all selected clips in the Ingest Dialog box is displayed. Thus the size of all selected items before ingesting the items is known. •

The column width of the Create Cloud Dialog when downloading Unassociated Metadata and Tagging Template is remembered. •

Multiple XMPs can now be sent to Unassociated Metadata Panel from the Project Panel. This is useful when logging proxies. After logging proxies, you can send all marker metadata to the Unassociated Metadata Panel and then apply it to the high-resolution clips once ingested. •

Previous versions of Prelude remembered the last state of the Transcode option. This sometimes led to unwanted transcodes on subsequent ingests. (The Transcode option is available when you transfer ingested files to a specific Destination). In the latest version of Prelude CC, there is a new preference under Edit > Preferences > Ingest > Keep Transcode checkbox sticky, that enables you to choose whether the Transcode option is sticky or not between Prelude launches. •

Previous versions of Prelude applied metadata to the primary destination and ignored all additional destinations. Now, the minimum metadata is applied to all destinations during ingestion. This especially helps users who have taken advantage of Prelude’s API’s around Ingesting to create customized workflows and metadata setting

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