I finally used the Metadata today while editing...wow...what a pleasure
and it made it simpler for a visual guy like me
I will use it again.
The quality of the data wasnt really good but good enough to see where i was at.
we exported the audio and turned it up to hopefully get a better translation...but it was the same
The audio is clean and no background noise and only me talking.
Is there a way to improve this?
What is the easiest way to export it
Now the Big Question: can i import a transcribed text of the clip into the meta data and get that to work? This would be a dream:-)
Here is a vidoe on the tv.adobe site that might help.
What a great video! It answers my question...and it looks like i can add a transcript and line it up
I am really stoked!
This will save me much time.....wish i had explored it earlier:-)
Thanks again Glenn!
By the way, this is one of the reasons Adobe should start gaining and surpass (if not already) their competitors. Meta data is a big deal, but not too many people are aware of Adobe's intergration with it. Check out Adobe Story (CS5.5) and Prelude (6.0).
Ps. I was bummed to hear when they canned CS Live.
As i was using it today...i got thinking...how cool would it be to edit the audio from the text...and by that i mean take out words from the text and it clears it from the timeline!
and i will start to use Adobe. TV more
Thanks again Guys!
That video is from a terrific book and video series, which I review here:
(Full disclosure: I'm biased, since I edited the book.)
That book and other resources for learning Premiere Pro are described here: