Given Adobe's monopolistic power of pushing creatives to work their way or die, and I'm being forced out of my easy method of:
Import clips to Prelude
Create my timeline, etc in Premier
Send clips from Prelude to Premier that I so desired
Kept the entire project clean
Bonus: Had a very functional video viewing mechanism that never struggled (unike Premier) to playback Sony XVAC S-I files (though this mostly has been fixed in Premier)
I'm glad to have found out about this only today since there was no message clearly at open or within the Creative Cloud install app, though it was announced a year ago, that I'd no longer be able to send clips to '23 and I'd have to Google this leviathian's website to find a 'program depecrated' page.
Guess I'll make an entirely new workspace, though I did much enjoy Prelude, aside from never getting around to understanding the logging functionality.
*burns podium* **hands corporate dollars of enablement**
We've known about it for awhile. The lack of any meaningful updates could have been a clue also. I asked directly a few times over the years, but this has been known / official for a couple years now anyways... They said they would put some of those features into Premiere.. so we'll see. What are you missing?
BTW: I liked it too, but it was soooo slow to open with a project.
I used to use Prelude. Especially as I needed to t-code a lot of the media to get decent playback.
And I asked at NAB about updates, but found that Prelude (as far as management was concerned) existed for the use of several major corporate clients. Large TV networks type clients. And as they were moving away from that workflow, no future was seen for updating Prelude. I'm surprised it stayed around as long as it did.
I suggested making it into a video sort of DAM app at the least ... which was also not of any interest.