I've never understood the post-production workflow Adobe has designed.
I understand the steps from the editing stage onwards (assume this is a large enough production to require all steps):
- Premiere: Ingest footage into bins, assistant edit, possible assembly edit
- Premiere: Edit to picture lock-off
- After Effects: VFX/Grading
- Alternatively, use SpeedGrade for grading
- Audition: Sound Mix
- Premiere: Bring final grade, sound mix together
- Media Encoder: Render project
However, I don't understand the workflow of Adobe Story, Prelude, and how they enhance the established workflow.
I should mention, I have done some research previously, but Adobe's site is delightfully dense and explanatory.
From Adobe's site, Prelude is described as:
Work faster with smarter video ingest and logging.
How does this help the workflow, what does it add to the process?
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