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Workflow bei der Video-Nachbearbeitung?

Workflow in video post-production?



Frage von RobinX_de:
Dezember 2005

Hello everybody,
I am an absolute newbie, have given some time ago to get a camera (JVC GR-D200E) and a couple of tapes full of filmed. As software I have Premiere Elements and Nero.

I have no fundamental technical question, but rather an organization: How does your video tapes to the front - like the rework process like at you? How do you think ok, so you do not lose the overview of how your archive your recordings? Raise your original recordings on - if so, how? I would now like to delve deeper into the story and organize everything properly, but I'm not quite out how to tackle it. 'm Thankful for every tip!

Best regards,
Robin



Antwort von Wiro:

Hello,
this will probably be a long thread, because everyone has his own ideas, priorities and experiences.
But there is still something of the generic workflow:

- Recording
- Capturing, then the original tapes to the archive in the event that something goes wrong and we must again resort to it
- Cut (rough cut / fine cut)
- Comment preparation (if necessary)
- Tonabmischung O-Sound - Commentary - Music
- Long-term effects such as discoloration / black bars, etc.
- An epic play on tape = master tape (archiving)
- Produce Film on DVD (s) for Distribution
- An epic back to web format for Internet
- Just think, if you've really done everything
- Delete the project to make way for a new one ( "Do you really want to delete the project? - Yes.")

Actually, it's easy ;-)))
The steps are repeated again and again.
Greeting Wiro



Antwort von jasmin61:

Hey,
My approach is similar to that of Wiro, with one difference, I leave the movie file and Ready The final project file on the disk. The times for the case when I change what s.der project file must, I can draw on the zusammengeschnipselte project file is a bit of work, project files, wiederzusuchen all those files, but better than making everything from scratch, whether this method proved I had luckily not been tested :-)

Oh, and here something else to Space ...
http://forum.slashcam.de/festplatte-lauft-uberzu-viel-avi-material-vt30487.html?highlight =









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