Adobe Prelude CC
Adobe Prelude CC
9.0.1

5.0

Adobe Prelude CC free download for Mac

Adobe Prelude CC9.0.1

21 July 2020

Logging tool for various file formats.

Overview

Adobe Prelude CC is available as part of Adobe Creative Cloud for as little as $49.99/month.

Adobe Prelude CC software streamlines your production tasks. Ingest nearly any file-based format and begin logging immediately, creating searchable markers and other temporal metadata that flow through post-production, so you can work faster and stay organized. Adobe Prelude is included in Production Premium, Master Collection, and Creative Cloud.

Ingest and log footage quickly and easily - Get to work faster with easy ingest of file-based footage, including the ability to transcode to nearly any file-based format. Tag footage with searchable temporal metadata that is carried through your workflow.

Integrate into virtually any workflow - Connect directly to existing media asset management systems and workflows with Prelude, an open platform that supports customized integration with third-party technologies.* Create custom markers to capture data specific to your production and view it in Adobe Premiere® Pro software.

What's new in Adobe Prelude CC

Version 9.0.1:
  • This release offers an update of the product icon, and a host of general stability and security bug fixes.

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How would you rate Adobe Prelude CC app?

2 Reviews of Adobe Prelude CC

Jjpong
05 November 2013
Version: 2.1.0

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"Adobe Prelude CC is available as part of Adobe Creative Cloud for as little as $19.99/month." That's what Adobe Systems, Inc. version of 'Free'?
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Jjpong
05 November 2013
Version: 2.1.0
"Adobe Prelude CC is available as part of Adobe Creative Cloud for as little as $19.99/month." That's what Adobe Systems, Inc. version of 'Free'?
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Tim27
02 June 2012
Version: 1.0.1
This is obviously for people who know what "full or partial ingest; searchable, temporal metadata in production tasks" is. Ummm, yeah.
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