Read on for detailed information about the new features and enhancements in Prelude CC 2015 release.

The June 2015.4 release of Adobe Prelude CC 2015 provides optimized performance of AVC Panasonic LongG camera structure format and Events Filtering.

Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 | June

Optimized performance for LongG 25 exports via MediaCore

New in Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 | June 2016

Adobe Prelude delivers optimized performance of the AVC Panasonic LongG camera structure format in the following workflows:

  • Video ingestion
  • Better playback workflows
  • Smoother logging when adding comments and sub-clips
  • Using multiple clips to create rough cuts

Events filtering

New in Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 | June 2016

You can filter the various categories of Events such as information, warnings, and errors through the Event dialog box.

For more information, see 

NASCAR support

New in Adobe Prelude CC 2015.4 | June 2016

Adobe Prelude provides NASCAR support that retrieves ad hoc crash reports in .txt format from a Windows OS. This method replaces the traditional method of using Adobe Crash Reporter to recover standard OS crash reports. 

Adobe Prelude CC 2015.3 | March

Capability to use audio channel mapping

New in Adobe Prelude CC 2015.3 | March 2016

Prelude now supports the ability to use multi channel audio mapping.  

For more information, see Using Audio Channel Mapping in Prelude

Adobe Prelude CC 2015 | November

Exporting markers to text file

New in Adobe Prelude CC 2015 | November 2015 

You can now export markers of a selected clip in text files (.txt) in addition to CSV files (.csv) and well-formatted HTML pages (.html) through the Export Markers dialog box (File > Export > Markers).

For more information, see Exporting markers.

Support for HEVC format

New in Adobe Prelude CC 2015 | November 2015

Prelude now supports the HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding) file format. 

For more information on file formats supported in Prelude, see Supported file formats for ingest.

Adobe Prelude CC 2015 | June

Voice-overs in Rough Cuts

New in Adobe Prelude CC 2015 | June 2015

Adobe Prelude CC now lets you add voice-over to Rough Cuts. Although Prelude lets you add Audio clips separately, you can use the voice-over feature to record audio clips on the fly, without the need for a separate recording software.

You can record and overlay voice-over over video footages during the basic editing process, before the final sequence is complete. Adobe Prelude lets you add multiple voice-overs to a Rough Cut, as well.

For more information, see Add Voice-overs to Rough Cuts.

New API to ingest media

New in Adobe Prelude CC 2015 | June 2015

You can now use the new API to ingest media in to a Project directly. Previously, on using the Ingest API, the Ingest dialog was displayed as an additional step before you could select and eventually ingest media (video and audio clips).

Now, you can simply use the new Ingest Media API to select media files you want to ingest, and the selected files are added to the Project at the click of a button. The new API, not only ingests the media, but all related data files (.xmp) that contain markers and other meta-data.

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