0 Replies Latest reply on Jan 21, 2015 12:18 AM by PeterCarlone

    setting up a professional edit for multiple departments

    PeterCarlone

      Hey!

       

      I was looking through the various tutorials offered by Adobe cloud, and I am wondering if the community at large maybe has some video tutorials more in line with what I need.

       

      I have been editing for about two years now and know my way around a good deal of Premiere, photoshop and AE. Mostly little corporate vids, and sketches, etc. All on SLR's, and zoom audio type situations

       

      However, this time, I have picked up my first real edit! Shot on C300's, complete with timecode, and plenty of audio tracks to sync per clip. I already know that I can't to multi-channel audio subclips because of some premiere glitch. However, I do need to sync up all the audio, and do an edit of this webisode. I need to set it up in a way that I can export omf's for sound mixers, as well as an export for colour. My question is this: How do I go about setting up an edit for a professional setting, i.e. with other departments needing the timelines? How do I properly set up to sync interact with timecodes?

       

      Hoping you guys can help me take the first step in to a professional edit scenario!