Prelude CC June Applies to: Adobe Prelude This document provides information about the latest updates and the new features in the DecemberOctober and June releases of Prelude CC. The speech-to-text feature has been removed from the December release of Prelude CC. The October release of Prelude CC has many small but important feature enhancements such as adding basic transition to Rough Cuts, adding multiple tags to a marker, video rewrap, and HiDPI support.
Continue reading for detailed information about the new features and enhancements in each of the Prelude CC releases. In previous releases of Prelude, you could link movie clips in Prelude with Adobe Story scripts and then analyze the clips for greater speech-to-text conversion accuracy using Adobe Media Encoder. This workflow is no longer available. Temporal markers contain data about a specific portion of the movie clip. The Speech Transcription temporal marker in Prelude was used to edit text generated from speech-to-text conversion from software such as Adobe Media Encoder.
This feature and its associated keyboard shorcut has been removed in the latest release of Prelude CC. You can now load Adobe Prelude CC 2014 license 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 Adobe Prelude CC 2014 license 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 Adobe Prelude CC 2014 license 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.
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: When ripple trimming is applied to subclips, transitions are retained.
The transition is retained only if a new subclip is inserted before Adobe Prelude CC 2014 license first subclip or after the last subclip. Inserting subclips at any other position will result in loss of the transition. Customize timecode in rough cuts You can now customize the time code for rough cuts in the Timeline panel to start at a different timecode other than the default Click the icon to display the Start Timecode dialog box.
Once the timecode is changed, the timeline displays the sequence beginning at the Adobe Prelude CC 2014 license timecode. The timecode display in the Monitor also changes accordingly. The timeline duration remains constant. The timecode display in the Monitor also changes accordingly to match the CTI timecode.
When the order of the clips is adjusted, the start timecode matches the timecode of the first clip. If you add a clip before the first clip, the timeline startcode is changed. Adding a clip in any other position does not alter the timecode, but the duration of the rough cut is changed accordingly. Relinking the first clip may change the start timecode.
Relinking any other clip does not change the timecode but the duration of the rough cut is changed. The Adobe Prelude CC 2014 license time dialog shows the default value of the timecode The last entered value of the timecode is remembered for the rough cut that Adobe Prelude CC 2014 license currently open. The timecode in the Monitor panel always shows the sequential timecode and not the clip timecode.
For detailed information about rough cuts, see the Rough Cuts section. Add additional audio tracks You can now add additional audio tracks to rough cuts by dragging and dropping audio-only clips to the Timeline panel. You can also right-click on the context menu, and select Add a track to add the additional audio tracks.
The additional audio tracks are added to the bottom of the audio track area. The audio tracks can be of type stereo, mono, or 5. Add audio tracks Adobe Prelude CC 2014 license can add any number of tracks and the first clip in the Adobe Prelude CC 2014 license audio track can start from any position.
You can add a track that has a gap from the beginning of the track or a track that has gaps between two clips. You can perform the following actions on the additional audio tracks in the Timeline panel: Delete a track - Right-click the context menu and select Delete a track. Edit a track - You can insert, trim, or change the order of the tracks. The clips in the additional tracks are independent of each other and a clip can be edited without affecting other clips in the track.
Apply Adobe Prelude CC 2014 license. Select and move clips together in a track. You can move the tracks by dragging the tracks.
Exporting additional audio tracks When you export a rough cut with additional audio tracks to Premiere Pro, the clips in additional audio track are also sent to Premiere Pro. A rough cut with additional audio tracks and clips can be exported as an FCP project. For information about exporting projects to Premiere Pro, see the Export to other applications section. Export clips without transcoding - Video rewrap You can export clips without transcoding through video rewrap.
The following formats are supported: Source format.