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An Editor’s Guide to Adobe by Jeff I. Greenberg, Robbie Carman, Richard Harrington

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Chapter 14. Quality Control and Archiving

So you’ve edited your project, color corrected it, and mixed it. You’re done right? Well, not exactly. You’ll obviously need to publish the project in some way, whether it’s to DVD, Blu-ray, the Web, or even to tape (all are discussed in the next chapter).

However, there is a step that many people miss that is vitally important to the success of any project—quality control (QC). The QC process is meant to ensure that your project is technically correct and to eliminate mistakes that can creep in towards the end of a project.

In addition to finalizing the project in this chapter, we’ll also tackle media management from a project closeout perspective. You’ll find that Adobe Premiere Pro offers a robust ...

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