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Lesson 48 of Media management and archiving. You’re done with your show, основываясь на этих данных You never want to look at it again. You spent all this time, but you really need to at one point, so what’s the best way to clean house and make it so that your show is accessible to you later and you адрес are clearing off your drives and managing locations.

And again, this is one of those challenging things about I have all this media. How do I store it, how do I archive it? It’s one of the challenges because we are able to shoot so продолжить because we have so many tools to capture video now and video is ссылка large.

So I want to kind of just have a conversation to start this off. We’ll talk about the importance of media management and archiving. Hear some of your questions, concerns, maybe some of your experiences with trying to save archive projects. We’ll look at some strategies. That’s part of the discussion. I’m going to actually step in to Premiere and show you the project manager, which is part of the software that allo So with that, does anybody have at this point questions about oh my gosh, media management archiving?

So I have questions not just about the archiving piece of it, but the best practices of where you want to store things as you’re, obviously we talked about ingesting, but where you want to store things as you’re working with нажмите чтобы увидеть больше versus then where you want to store them later to save space and obviously we know there’s the creative cloud, people may have like, I happen to have a network attached storage drive and then there are things like OneDrive and I’m sure Amazon has some sort of a solution as well, other types of clouds that you could use.

Probably called Amazon Drive. Probably something like that laughs. But sort of, what are the best practices for places that you’re storing it at different points in your workflow? I think that that’s a great place to start because you can actually clear house and organize, where have you kept things to start with? And depending on your personalities, how retentive you are or how free flowing and ADD you might be and having files everywhere.

So where you’re storing your media to start with is important and some of that is based on whether you’re creativelive adobe premiere pro cc video editing the complete guide fco free download on it for desktop, which you may have подробнее на этой странице lot of internal storage or attached storage that you’re not going to remove the drives, or you may be working off a laptop or you’re always on the go and you have lots of external storage, but sometimes you want to just be able to run and gun and work with just what you have locally.

So the challenge is probably it’s a little bit of everything. We saw when we actually ingested media, we do have the luxury of working with proxy files. So if you wanted to, you could http://replace.me/14134.txt all of your big files on an external drive and then put those proxies on your laptop and then you’re a lot more mobile and then you’re not filling up the limited hard drive space on a laptop, so that’s one thing to keep in mind.

But as a best practices option, you should try to always use some sort of storage workflow that works best for your media whether it’s storing everything on a production drive.

I have a situation creativelive adobe premiere pro cc video editing the complete guide fco free download if I’m working for multiple clients I may have a dedicated hard drive for each of those clients, so as I’m doing more work, I’m going to copy and plug in that drive and target that drive and that way if the client needs something, I can find it a lot easier. I also use software to clone those drives or back up those drives in case that drive gets corrupt, I don’t lose the entire client’s database of information and as I indicated in an earlier lesson, I use a lot of solid state drives but I may back up to a massing network area storage device or Raid, which is cheaper per megabyte or per gigabyte or per terabyte but gives me the redundancy.

So deciding where your media should go is important from the beginning because you want to be able to find it and move it when necessary. Now the next question is, well what about things like speed and storage space and whatnot? Video are large files, so you may not want to store it internally. I, myself, actually carry around quite a number of drives because I have so much media and I’m always filling up my internal drive and you can, with some formats, I sometimes record 4K that is ultra high definition files using Apple ProRes, something we learned about earlier and I will fill up a half a terabyte on a half hour shoot, okay?

So I mean, that’s a ridiculous amount of space, so I can’t put that internally and I want to be able to move those files quickly because again, I’m an impatient person, so that’s where I use the solid state drives.

So choosing a good drive is a good place to start. I currently, this is my personal thing. I have a little greater fear of spinning drives these days than I did five years ago. They’re a lot cheaper, but I feel that they fail more frequently and so I tend to lean towards the solid states and I’ll back them up to spinning drives, but I always back up and I’m going to emphasize this throughout.

The speed of your drive matters in some instances. If you’re dealing with having to move very large bandwidth files and if you ever did a Get Info when you’re playing a QuickTime movie or something, it can actually tell you. It tells you frames per second, but it also tells you how many megabytes per second and some of these higher definition uncompressed movies, they need a lot of bandwidth and what happens is, if you have a lot of those playing at once, for instance, multi-cam.

Maybe you have five or six cameras. You are reading five or six video files off that drive at the same time and sometimes you’ll get a performance hit no matter how fast your computer is because you’re limited by the speed of your hard drive and there are software programs, applications that are free.

One that comes to mind is Blackmagic, which is actually manufactured. They make something called the Blackmagic Speed Test or something, you can just Google it. And what you do is you point to a drive and it says how fast you can read and write to that drive and that’s an important по этому адресу to understand, how fast your drives are, because maybe you want to store something on an older or slower drive, but when you want to edit, you want to know which are your faster drives and it’s surprising sometimes, the result.

And just as a side note, I have even discovered that with some of my fast drives, if I use a cheaper USB cable, I actually get a performance hit and sometimes I’ll have this, it’s like, this drive is really great, but I have a kink in the cable and for some reason it’s now writing and reading at a quarter of a speed that it should, so I swap out the cable and I’m back again. So that’s just something to file away that it may not be the drive, it may not be the computer, it may be the cable, it may be the fact you plugged it into a USB two port on your PC versus the USB three port on your PC.

So these are all variables. So when I’m editing, I want the fastest drive for what I need. So if I’m using something highly compressed like H. So getting it from the drive to my CPU is pretty easy. The CPU is going to work a little bit harder to decode it in some cases. Apple ProRes, which is nice and big, I may have a challenge getting two streams out of the drive, but the computer would be fine once it gets creativelive adobe premiere pro cc video editing the complete guide fco free download, so maybe I need to move that to a faster drive or internal.

So it’s this juggling piece of information. You’ll also, when you start getting more exposed to working in video, you’ll do a lot of reading on the web and you’ll see things such as oh, you should have one drive that you’re reading from and then another drive that you’re writing to and another drive for your preview files because you don’t have to worry about bottlenecks and speed.

In a perfect world, that’s really nice, but it’s not a perfect world, you’re not a production studio. Drives are a lot faster. Computers are a lot more efficient. I use my laptop, I read, I write, and write my preview or render files all to the same drive at the same time and if it slows down a little, I really don’t notice.

So yes, you will see that stuff, but don’t let it confuse you. You can generally read and write to the same drive. If you have big files and you’re exporting, sometimes I’ll export it to an external drive, so I’m reading off of one and writing to another. Often I don’t do that unless it’s something really huge like a one hour documentary with hundreds and hundreds of edits and clips. So knowing where things are is important.

The problem is and this is where coming to using the project manager is a lot of times when you’re cutting a show, you’ll bring something and you’ll go oh, I’ll download this piece of royalty stock footage from the web. I drag it to my desktop, I do it, and then I put it into Premiere and I’ve successfully now put something into my creativelive adobe premiere pro cc video editing the complete guide fco free download that is not properly stored.

This is going to happen all the time whether it’s a graphic style, maybe you built something in After Effects and you saved it over here and you drag it over here.

We’re not all perfect, though we hope we are, but ideally you should move it into the right folder first and then ingest it into Premiere. In the real wold, you’re running and gunning, so you’re going to be moving stuff and that’s where the challenge comes in, is what happens to media that isn’t necessarily in the right location so I can’t just grab that project folder and copy it over.

The other challenge that you’re facing is well, what if I didn’t use all this footage? Why do I need to archive it and save it because it really doesn’t necessarily belong with this one show? So I want to be able to consolidate everything as small as possible in a single location so if I need to go back and work with it, I can find it and that’s really where we’re moving to with this section of creativelive adobe premiere pro cc video editing the complete guide fco free download class.

So that’s kind of understanding the important of knowing where things are, but now we have to figure out the important of cleaning house.

One is so you can find everything when you need it and two, you want to be able to delete it from the hard drive or your internal drive so you have the available space to work ссылка на страницу your next project. So with that said, let’s go ahead and hop into Premiere. I’m going to be working with one of the files that we had open, actually right in the earlier lesson.

So this is the opening creativelive adobe premiere pro cc video editing the complete guide fco free download. It’s mumbles we go in. So I have this and I want to go ahead and I want to archive this.

I want to. I’ve already exported, I printed my movies, life is good. Now I have to figure out what to do with all this media. So I’m going to go ahead and under File, there is something called the Project Manager and this is the best way to clean house and make sure you have everything you need.

So what we’re going to do, really, for the rest of this lesson is we’re going to step through what all these options are so you’re здесь power to know what you can do and what you need to do.

So as soon as I open up the project manager, I’ll see this interface and if you look closely, these are all of my sequences that I built in this project and in a sense, but not creativelive adobe premiere pro cc video editing the complete guide fco free download a sense, but I have a couple of sequences that I don’t remember building, but what happened was, I created a nest.

We talked about nests earlier. Okay, we put a bunch of things inside a container. Well, that nest is considered creativelive adobe premiere pro cc video editing the complete guide fco free download sequence, so that’s why it shows up. I made basically this nest of some of my animation so it would be easier to work with, so I see that and what’s nice here is I can choose what I want to back up, so there might be different reasons I’m backing things up.

I might be backing up just that one sequence because I want to just save that or hand it off to somebody and they don’t need all the other clutter. I don’t have to back everything up from this project. On the flip side, maybe I do want to back up everything but I want to make sure it’s all in one place and organized, so I can choose at this point in time, what sequences and I’ll see every sequence that посмотреть еще in that project in this first location that I want to back up.

So I’m going to go ahead and I am going to check everything. Now I’m going to move down and we have some other choices based upon what our objective is. So the first checkbox. The default one says collect files and copy to a new location. And this is great. This says I’m going to archive this to an external hard drive outlook free microsoft email download create group 2013 another location on my current drive.

And when you do that, it will actually take all the files, move it to a single location so you don’t have to theoretically worry that you have lost something that later on when you open it up, it was in your music folder.

 
 

 

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