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Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch - Video Editing Tips



PATCHED Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch: A Complete Guide for Video Editors




If you are looking for a powerful and easy-to-use video editing software that can help you organize, tag, transcode, and export your footage, you might want to check out Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch.




PATCHED Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch



This is a patched version of Adobe Prelude CC, a video logging and ingest tool that works seamlessly with Adobe Premiere Pro, the industry-leading video editing software.


A patched software is a software update that fixes bugs, improves performance, adds features, or enhances security of an existing software program.


In this article, we will show you how to install and use Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch, as well as some tips and tricks for optimizing your video editing workflow with this software.


How to install Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch




Before you install Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch, you need to make sure that your system meets the minimum requirements and is compatible with this software.


System requirements and compatibility




According to the official website, these are the system requirements for Adobe Prelude CC:



  • Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD Phenom II processor; Intel Core i7 processor required for XAVC format



  • Operating system: Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 (64 bit), Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard Edition (64 bit), Windows Server Standard Edition (64 bit), Windows Server Datacenter Edition (64 bit), Windows Server Enterprise Edition (64 bit), or Windows Server Business Edition (64 bit)



  • RAM: 4 GB of Hard disk space: 4 GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on removable flash storage devices)



  • Display: 1280 x 800 display



  • Graphics card: OpenGL 2.0capable system



  • Sound card: Sound card compatible with ASIO protocol or Microsoft Windows Driver Model



  • Network storage connection: 1 Gigabit Ethernet (HD only)



  • Internet: Internet connection and registration are necessary for required software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services.



Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch is compatible with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 operating systems.


Download links and instructions




To download Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch, you can use the following links:



  • [Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch]



  • [Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch Torrent]



Please note that these links are provided for educational purposes only and we do not endorse or support any illegal or unauthorized use of this software.


After you download the file, you need to extract it using a software like WinRAR or 7-Zip. You will find a folder named "Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch" that contains the following files:



  • Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Setup.exe



  • Patch.exe



  • Readme.txt



You should read the readme.txt file carefully before proceeding with the installation.


Installation steps and screenshots




To install Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch, you need to follow these steps:



  • Run the Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Setup.exe file as administrator and follow the instructions on the screen.



  • Select your language and accept the license agreement.



  • Choose the destination folder for the installation and click on Install.



  • Wait for the installation to complete and close the setup window.



  • Run the Patch.exe file as administrator and click on Patch.



  • Select the Adobe Prelude CC 2015 folder from the drop-down menu and click on OK.



  • Wait for the patching process to finish and close the patch window.



  • Congratulations! You have successfully installed Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch on your computer.



Here are some screenshots of the installation process:



How to use Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch




Now that you have installed Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch, you can start using it to edit your video footage. In this section, we will give you an overview of the user interface and tools, and show you how to import, log, tag, transcode, and export video footage, as well as how to create rough cuts and integrate with Adobe Premiere Pro.


Overview of the user interface and tools




When you launch Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch, you will see the following user interface:



The user interface consists of four main areas:



  • The Project panel, where you can create and manage your projects, bins, and clips.



  • The Ingest panel, where you can import and transcode your video footage from various sources.



  • The Logging panel, where you can view, play, mark, tag, and annotate your clips.



  • The Rough Cut panel, where you can create and edit rough cuts of your clips.



You can switch between these panels by clicking on the tabs at the top of the screen.


You can also access various tools and commands from the menu bar at the top of the screen, the toolbar below the menu bar, and the context menus that appear when you right-click on different elements.


How to import, log, tag, transcode, and export video footage




One of the main functions of Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch is to help you import, log, tag, transcode, and export your video footage in an efficient and organized way.


To do this, you need to follow these steps:



  • Create a new project or open an existing one from the Project panel.



  • Click on the Ingest tab to open the Ingest panel.



  • Click on the Add button at the bottom of the panel and browse for the video files or folders that you want to import. You can also drag and drop them from your file explorer or other applications.



  • Select the files or folders that you want to import and check the options that you want to apply in the Ingest dialog box. You can choose to copy, transcode, verify, add metadata, or create proxies for your footage.



  • Click on Ingest to start the import process. You will see a progress bar at the bottom of the panel that shows you the status of the import.



  • Once the import is done, you will see your clips in the Project panel under a bin named after your source folder or device. You can rename or move them as you wish.



  • Click on the Logging tab to open the Logging panel.



  • Select a clip that you want to log and tag from the Project panel and drag it to the Monitor area in the Logging panel. You will see a preview of your clip in the Monitor area and a timeline of your clip in the Timeline area below it.



  • Use the playback controls at the bottom of the Monitor area or press the spacebar to play or pause your clip. You can also use the J, K, and L keys to play backward, stop, or play forward respectively.



  • Use the Mark In and Mark Out buttons or press I and O keys to set the start and end points of a subclip within your clip. You can also drag the edges of the blue bar in the Timeline area to adjust the subclip duration.



  • Use the Tag button or press T key to add a tag to your subclip. You can choose from the predefined tags or create your own custom tags. Tags are useful for categorizing, organizing, and searching your clips.



  • Use the Comment button or press C key to add a comment to your subclip. You can type any text that you want to annotate your clip with. Comments are useful for adding notes, feedback, or instructions to your clips.



  • Use the Save button or press Ctrl+S to save your logging and tagging changes to your project.



  • Repeat steps 8 to 14 for any other clips that you want to log and tag.



  • Click on the Export tab to open the Export panel.



  • Select the clips or bins that you want to export from the Project panel and drag them to the Export Queue area in the Export panel. You will see a list of your clips or bins in the Export Queue area.



  • Select a clip or bin from the Export Queue area and choose an export preset from the Preset drop-down menu. You can choose from the predefined presets or create your own custom presets. Presets are useful for setting the output format, codec, resolution, frame rate, bitrate, and other parameters for your exported files.



  • Click on the Browse button and choose a destination folder for your exported files.



  • Click on the Export button to start the export process. You will see a progress bar at the bottom of the panel that shows you the status of the export.



  • Once the export is done, you will find your exported files in the destination folder that you specified.



How to create rough cuts and integrate with Adobe Premiere Pro




Another function of Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch is to help you create rough cuts of your clips and integrate them with Adobe Premiere Pro, where you can perform more advanced editing and finishing.


To do this, you need to follow these steps:



  • Create a new project or open an existing one from the Project panel.



  • Click on the Rough Cut tab to open the Rough Cut panel.



  • Click on the New Rough Cut button or press Ctrl+N to create a new rough cut. You will see a blank timeline in the Timeline area and a new rough cut item in the Project panel.



  • Select one or more clips from the Project panel and drag them to the Timeline area. You will see your clips arranged in a sequence in the Timeline area.



  • Use the tools and commands in the toolbar or menu bar to edit your rough cut. You can trim, split, move, delete, copy, paste, align, group, or ungroup your clips. You can also add transitions, effects, titles, audio, markers, or metadata to your rough cut.



  • Use the playback controls at the bottom of the Monitor area or press the spacebar to preview your rough cut. You can also use the J, K, and L keys to play backward, stop, or play forward respectively.



  • Use the Save button or press Ctrl+S to save your rough cut to your project.



  • Repeat steps 3 to 7 for any other rough cuts that you want to create.



  • Click on the Send to Premiere Pro button or press Ctrl+M to send your rough cut to Adobe Premiere Pro. You will see a dialog box that asks you to choose a name and location for your Premiere Pro project.



  • Click on OK to confirm and launch Adobe Premiere Pro. You will see your rough cut imported as a sequence in the Premiere Pro project panel.



  • Use the tools and commands in Adobe Premiere Pro to refine and finish your video editing project.



Tips and tricks for optimizing your video editing workflow with Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch




In this section, we will share some tips and tricks for optimizing your video editing workflow with Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch. These tips and tricks will help you save time, improve quality, and enhance creativity.


How to customize your preferences and keyboard shortcuts




One of the first things that you should do when you start using Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch is to customize your preferences and keyboard shortcuts according to your needs and preferences.


To do this, you need to follow these steps:



  • Click on the Edit menu and choose Preferences.



  • Select a category from the list on the left side of the Preferences dialog box. You will see various options and settings for that category on the right side of the dialog box.



  • Change the options and settings as you wish. You can also click on the Reset button to restore the default values for that category.



  • Click on OK to apply your changes and close the Preferences dialog box.



  • Click on the Edit menu and choose Keyboard Shortcuts.



  • Select a command from the list on the left side of the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box. You will see the current keyboard shortcut for that command on the right side of the dialog box.



  • Change the keyboard shortcut as you wish. You can also click on the Clear button to remove the keyboard shortcut for that command.



  • Click on OK to apply your changes and close the Keyboard Shortcuts dialog box.



Some of the preferences and keyboard shortcuts that you might want to customize are:



  • The language and region settings in the General category.



  • The playback quality and resolution settings in the Playback category.



  • The ingest presets and proxy settings in the Ingest category.



  • The metadata display and template settings in the Metadata category.



  • The keyboard shortcuts for playback, marking, tagging, commenting, editing, exporting, and other commands.



How to use metadata templates and scripts




Another way to optimize your video editing workflow with Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch is to use metadata templates and scripts. Metadata templates are predefined sets of metadata fields that you can apply to your clips or bins. Scripts are text files that contain commands or instructions that you can run in Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch.


To do this, you need to follow these steps:



  • Create or download a metadata template or script file that suits your needs and preferences. You can find some examples of metadata templates and scripts on the official website or online forums.



  • Save the metadata template or script file in a location that you can access from Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch.



  • Select one or more clips or bins from the Project panel that you want to apply the metadata template or script to.



  • Click on the Metadata menu and choose Import Template or Run Script.



  • Browse for the metadata template or script file that you want to use and click on Open.



  • Wait for Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch to apply the metadata template or script to your clips or bins. You will see a confirmation message when it is done.



Some of the benefits of using metadata templates and scripts are:


  • <ul They can help you save time and effort by automating repetitive or complex tasks.



  • They can help you improve quality and consistency by applying standard or customized metadata fields to your clips or bins.



  • They can help you enhance creativity and functionality by adding new features or capabilities to Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch.



How to use the search and filter functions




A third way to optimize your video editing workflow with Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch is to use the search and filter functions. These functions allow you to find and display the clips or bins that match your criteria or conditions.


To do this, you need to follow these steps:



  • Select the Project panel or the Logging panel that you want to search or filter.



  • Click on the Search button or press Ctrl+F to open the Search dialog box.



  • Type the text that you want to search for in the Search box. You can also use wildcards, operators, or modifiers to refine your search query.



  • Click on the Filter button or press Ctrl+Shift+F to open the Filter dialog box.



  • Select the metadata field that you want to filter by from the Field drop-down menu.



  • Select the condition that you want to apply from the Condition drop-down menu.



  • Type or select the value that you want to filter by in the Value box.



  • Click on the Add button to add more filters if needed.



  • Click on OK to apply your search and filter criteria and close the dialog boxes.



  • You will see only the clips or bins that match your search and filter criteria in the Project panel or the Logging panel.



Some of the benefits of using the search and filter functions are:



  • They can help you save time and effort by finding and displaying only the relevant clips or bins for your project.



  • They can help you improve quality and consistency by identifying and eliminating unwanted or duplicate clips or bins from your project.



  • They can help you enhance creativity and functionality by discovering and exploring new clips or bins that suit your project.



How to use the multicam editing and motion tracking features




A fourth way to optimize your video editing workflow with Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 v5.0.1 Multilingual (x64) Incl Patch is to use the multicam editing and motion tracking features. These features allow you to edit multiple camera angles and track moving objects in your clips.


To do this, you need to follow these steps:



  • Create a new project or open an existing one from the Project panel.



  • Click on the Rough Cut tab to open the Rough Cut panel.



  • Create a new rough cut or open an existing one from the Project panel.



  • Select two or more clips from different camera angles that cover the same scene from the Project panel and drag them to the Timeline area. You will see your clips arranged in a sequence in the Timeline area.



  • Select all of your clips in the Timeline area and right-click on them. Choose Create Multicam Source Sequence from the context menu. You will see a dialog box that asks you to choose a name and settings for your multicam source sequence.



  • Click on OK to confirm and create your multicam source sequence. You will see a new item in the Project panel that represents your multicam source sequence.



  • Drag your multicam source sequence to the Timeline area and replace your original clips with it. You will see a single track in the Timeline area that contains your multicam source sequence.



  • Double-click on your multicam source sequence in the Timeline area to open it in the Monitor area. You will see a split-screen view of your different camera angles in the Monitor area.



  • Use the playback controls at the bottom of the Monitor area or press the spacebar to play or pause your multicam source sequence. You can also use the J, K, and L keys to play backward, stop, or play forward respectively.



Use the number keys (1, 2, 3, etc.) to switch between different camera angles while playing your multicam source sequence. You will see the active camera angle highlighted in the Monitor area and a cut point added in the Timeline area.</li


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