What’s new next in Adobe Prelude

Adobe by Kevin Monahan

Jump-start your production with Adobe Prelude, a unified interface for easy ingest, logging and transcoding that allow you to work faster, stay organized, and prepare your digital footage for a streamlined post-production process.

Today we are revealing the next version of Adobe Prelude as well as our other professional video and audio applications – Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects, SpeedGrade, Adobe Media Encoder and Audition. To see all the top new features in the future versions of these apps, click here.

The next version of Prelude is full of new features to empower and improve your postproduction workflows. You’ll save time with an intuitive, keyboard-driven workflow, entering temporal markers and other searchable metadata while keeping your eyes on what matters most: your footage. With expanded file support for ingest and transcoding, Adobe Prelude accelerates shot-logging with new features like hover scrubbing thumbnails in the Project panel, file renaming during ingest, and metadata templates which ensure that key information is always added. Export rough cuts directly through Adobe Media Encoder to share your vision on virtually any device. And you can collaborate in new ways with your team with new Prelude integration for Adobe Anywhere for video and Adobe Story.

Here’s a little more detail on the top features coming to the next version of Prelude:

  • Hover scrub thumbnails – Quickly review clips in the Project panel by hover-scrubbing thumbnails—no need to open the clip to see what is there. Click the clip, make it active and play it (including audio) using standard keyboard controls.
  • Rename files on ingest -Apply descriptive names to your files as you ingest so that you can more easily search for and find what you need later. read more...

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