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In this tutorial for the Premiere Pro Video Adrenaline series, Richard Harrington addresses the companion product: Adobe Bridge. A standard problem with tapeless acquisition is that it is difficult to name your clips. Use Adobe Bridge to batch rename your clips and organize your workflow.



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Re: Organizing Footage with Adobe Bridge
by Richard Harrington
Glad I could help Rowby

Richard M. Harrington, PMP

Author: From Still to Motion, Video Made on a Mac, Photoshop for Video, Understanding Adobe Photoshop, Final Cut Studio On the Spot and Motion Graphics with Adobe Creative Suite 5 Studio Techniques
Re: Organizing Footage with Adobe Bridge
by Rowby Goren
Thanks Richard.

Now I know to start with Adobe Bridge and organize my files there before importing them into Premiere.

I especially like how you demo how to create folders, move the files into those folders -- and then import the folder into Premiere -- creating well organized bins.

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Re: Organizing Footage with Adobe Bridge
by Eduardo Villas Boas
Bridge is useless because dont play .mts files HD footage from my Canon. Thats the real thing!
Re: Organizing Footage with Adobe Bridge
by Josemarcos Ganan
Ok, cool. But what's about the codec information in Bridge? I would like to see codec info at first sight as in Aperture. Is there any way to do that in Bridge? Thanx for the podcast. Very useful, as always.


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