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Importing, transferring, capturing, and digitizing

Important: You can transfer and import DVCPRO HD assets, XDCAM HD and XDCAM EX assets, and AVCHD assets from their media without capturing. Capturing takes longer than transferring, and does not preserve all metadata. For more information, see “Importing assets from tapeless formats” on page 65.

More Help topics

Set up an SD-SDI, HD-SDI, or component system” on page 43

Set up device control” on page 81

Capture without device control” on page 84

Create clips for offline editing

For online editing, you edit clips at the level of quality required for the final version of the video program. This is the default method of working in Premiere Pro. Online editing works well when the speed and storage capacity of the host computer are adequate to the demands of the video formats used. For example, most modern computers can handle the data rate of DV in full resolution. They may be challenged, however, by the greater demands of, for example, HDV or HD footage. For many videographers, that’s where offline editing comes in.

In offline editing, after capturing high-resolution clips, you make low-resolution copies of them for editing purposes. After editing, you replace the low-resolution footage associated with the clips with the high-quality original footage. You can finish, render, and export your final product in high-resolution. Editing the low-resolution clips allows standard computers to edit excessively large assets, such as HDV or HD footage, without losing performance speed. It also lets editors use laptop computers to edit—for example, while on location.

You may edit a project with the high-resolution footage remaining online throughout the project. On the other hand, you may edit in a two-phase workflow. You make your initial creative decisions with the high-resolution footage offline. Then you bring the high-resolution footage back online for fine-tuning, grading, and color correction.

You can complete an offline edit of, for example, an HD project with Premiere Pro, and then export your project to EDL for transfer to an editing system with more powerful hardware. You can then perform the final online edit and rendering, at full resolution, on the more powerful hardware.

Create low-resolution clips for offline editing

1Capture or import assets into the Project panel at full resolution.

2In the Project panel, click the New Bin button, and name a bin for your low-resolution clips.

3Launch Adobe Media Encoder, and add all the clips for your project to the Adobe Media Encoder Queue.

4In Adobe Media Encoder, click Settings.

5Change the format and other settings to the format and settings for a lower-resolution format.

6Click the filename in the Output Name field, and browse to the folder you created for your low-resolution clips.

7Click OK.

8Click Start Queue.

Adobe Media Encoder encodes clips in the low-resolution format, and, by default, retains the filename of the original clips in the filenames of the encoded clips.

Last updated 1/16/2012

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