Adobe Prelude: Logging media

Once you’ve ingested your media into Prelude, you can finally get started on what is the bread and butter of Adobe Prelude: logging content. This stage of the process is about adding extra information (metadata) to your clips, ranging from a description of the content, to the camera angle that was used.This is all in the name of making your life easier when you look for clips when you put your edit together. There are two ways to log content in Prelude: File Metadata, and markers. If you’re considering using Prelude, chances are it’s for the marker logging feature. But before we look into it, let’s see how that information can be of use once in Premiere.

Details

Adobe Prelude: Ingesting media

Once you’ve created a Prelude project and before you can do anything useful with it, you need to add some content to your project. This is called the Ingest stage. In the world of video production, ingesting media is a basically a fancy term for importing your files from your memory cards or external hard drive into your editing suite. When working with Adobe Prelude however, it deserves its fancy name as it becomes more than ever an involved stage in the pipeline.

Details