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    Anyone (still) using Adobe Prelude?
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    Dec 2005
    Northern California
    I used Adobe Prelude for a bit years ago, mainly because I was looking for something lighter weight when reviewing and logging footage while on the road. I found it pretty handy (got the job done, kept me from getting sucked into editing when I should be sleeping). But I haven't kept up with it, and haven't really felt I missed it. However, maybe I'm missing out.

    Is anyone here using Adobe Prelude these days? Or has anyone tried it recently and not found it worth the effort? If you're using it, why? If it didn't work for you, why?


    Jim Feeley
    POV Media

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    Senior Member Liam Hall's Avatar
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    I never saw the point of Prelude. Still don't.
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    Senior Member El Director's Avatar
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    Dec 2008
    Fortine, MT
    I used to use it on every shoot. Now I use Resolve as it's better suited for my workflow of cutting in Avid. Offload cards and create offlines/proxies in Resolve, save the project. Cut in Avid MC, export AAF. Import AAF into original Resolve project (automatically relinks) for grading and final output.

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    BMD URSA Mini 4K/Avid Media Composer/NukeX/Blender/Mixcraft/ProTools/Resolve Studio

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    Wulf - 2008 | Leap - 2010 | Leap: Rise of the Beast - 2011 | Surviving The Wild - 2020

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