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Chapter 17. Premiere Online

Chapter 17. Premiere Online

Typically, the online edit takes place in a traditional online editing suite, using your Premiere-generated edit decision list (EDL) as the blueprint for quickly re-creating the program from your source tapes. This editing strategy was developed to save money: The time-consuming offline editing is accomplished on less expensive gear, making your stay in a pricey online suite quick and efficient.

You can accomplish the offline and online edit on the same system, however. If you use capture cards that allow for different quality settings, but don’t have ample disk space, you can digitize clips at relatively low quality, then recapture just the clips in the final program—this time, at final-output quality—maximizing the amount of footage you can store on a hard disk. It’s also appealing if your editing system can’t deliver your output goal, but you can switch to a system that can deliver higher quality for the online edit. Though few capture cards can achieve the quality you would get by using the source tapes in an online suite, a card’s best image quality should be adequate for many applications.


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