Application that helps you get organized and work faster using tools designed specifically for logging and video ingest workflows
Adobe Prelude is a powerful yet easy to use software solution designed to help you organize your footage and add metadata content to your media via an organized and streamlined environment.
The best part is that Adobe Prelude integrates seamlessly with Adobe Premiere Pro, so you will be able to roughly organize your projects, and then translate the assembly to Premiere Pro to be able to complete the production process.
Effortless to install software solution designed to help you organize your media projects in no time
Adobe Prelude is part of the Adobe Creative Cloud suite so you must start by installing the Adobe Application Manager and logging to your Adobe account. Since all Adobe products are downloaded and deployed by using this applications manager, you must perform the action only once.
Noteworthy is that Adobe Prelude retains the organized design sported by most Adobe applications, so you will be able to find your way around the utility without too much effort.
Adobe Prelude creates a visual timeline for your project, provides support for editing the project’s content by using drag and drop actions, and offers access to most functions via its main window.
Powerful tool featuring a streamlined workflow for organizing media projects
The Adobe Prelude utility comes packed with simple yet highly efficient tools that can be used to organize, prepare, and process multiple media files, clips, subclips, or rough cuts at the same time. In addition, you have the possibility to add your own comments or import the metadata provided by your DSLR camera.
To help you perform all these actions, Adobe Prelude includes tag panels and templates, sorting tools, media transfer capabilities, extensive export functions, and so on.
Moreover, the Adobe Prelude app integrates with Adobe Premier Pro and gives you the possibility to edit the content by using a script.
What’s new in Adobe Prelude CC
- This update of Adobe Prelude has fixed the issue in marker display in the Marker panel. In the ealier versions, you could be unable to view markers in the Marker panel in the List/Logging workspace when you switch from Rough Cut workspace. This update works fine if you open a single media (not a rough cut) in the Rough Cut workspace. If you open a rough cut media and switch from Rough Cut workspace to List/Logging workspace, refresh the Marker panel.
- When you switch to List/Logging workspace from Rough Cut workspace, you could be unable to view markers in the Marker panel. This issue occurrs when you switch from a workspace that includes Marker panel to a workspace without Marker panel.