Premiere Pro Tutorial : Prepare and batch-process media with Prelude

Prelude is a media preparation software that can be used to prepare and batch-process media for Premiere Pro. Prelude can be used to ingest media, transcode media, create proxies, and generate metadata.

To prepare and batch-process media with Prelude, follow these steps:

  1. Open Prelude and create a new project.
  2. Import the media files that you want to prepare and batch-process.
  3. Select the media files that you want to prepare and batch-process.
  4. Click on the Actions tab.
  5. Select the desired actions from the list.
  6. Click on the Start button to start the batch processing.

Prelude will now process the media files according to the selected actions.

Here are some of the things that you can do with Prelude:

  • Ingest media: Prelude can be used to ingest media from a variety of sources, including cameras, hard drives, and cloud storage.
  • Transcode media: Prelude can be used to transcode media from one format to another. This can be useful for converting media to a format that is compatible with Premiere Pro.
  • Create proxies: Prelude can be used to create low-resolution proxy files of your media. This can be useful for improving the performance of your edits in Premiere Pro.
  • Generate metadata: Prelude can be used to generate metadata for your media, such as keywords, tags, and descriptions. This can be helpful for organizing your media and making it easier to find the clips that you need.

Here are some tips for preparing and batch-processing media with Prelude:

  • Use the Preview tab to preview your media before you start processing it. This will help you to ensure that the media is being processed correctly.
  • Use the Settings tab to adjust the settings for the selected actions. For example, you can adjust the transcoding settings or the proxy file settings.
  • Use the Save Preset button to save your current settings as a preset. This can be helpful for quickly processing media in the future.
  • Use the Load Preset button to load a saved preset. This can be helpful for quickly processing media with the same settings.

By following these tips, you can learn to prepare and batch-process media with Prelude and improve the efficiency of your video editing workflow.

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