Best practices for starting new projects...

Hope this does not seem too much question "nooob.

I was editing a small project from a few months back and has problems with a lag, someone on here suggested, I give in and which would sort all late development issues and he has done much to my relief, I could edit in peace.

What I want to ask is - are there any other good practice like that I could use to make my life easier...

Or just basic things I should do before editin, base workflow...

Just need a few thank you very basic pointers in advance.

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A few...

(1) do NOT trust auto-enregistre to save your project... with one-s set for say 10 minutes/20saves, in a day's work on a sequence of a project of 4 sequence. The day following a different sequence of work, finding it had been corrupted somehow the day before... and find out ALL auto-enregistre them is recent enough that they are ALL corrupted even. Very bad... very bad.

Make a backup - as increments from time to time and of course on another drive your standard project files to pass is not a bad idea, because you automatically have a backup system in the event of corruption or disk problems. Not perfect but you will survive.

(2) Organization of assets is your friend! In came video stops, it is a VERY different beastie. With a structure of folders on your drives hard is wise, if you have a drawing and know where things are... more... learn how to use the thing 'locations', virtual folders and not things really moving on disk, but it can help to keep your projects feasible they get largest & most complex.

I've seen diagrams for several different people and they were all different... ask about or look at Organization of video projects, organizing first pro online projects... you will get a lot of samples.

(3) one word: AUDIO! Yet once, from stills I went immediately after learning to make things look pretty (involving a LOT of time learning SpeedGrade)... which is fine, really. I have spent so much time perfecting my audio capture & cleaning PrPro or hearing. I learned my choice muchly and I am now learning hearing. Audio cleanup is for most of the people most important to have the most beautiful images in your videos. Most I have eyeballs do not seem to be as critical as mine are... but surprisingly, the brand I ear is quite commonly used. Well...

(4) know your Machine! Tools of the trade, including the basic courage of our computers, are very important. MANY posts here are dealing with questions from people not having not actually their rig set up right, including the people who put thousands of dollars/francs/that it is in their "beast"... but it is not really 'balanced' that advocates Page of the Tweaker (the bible to the PrPro/Ae hardware problems).

Spending $ 2500 on a map of Quadro hot video because you get a little behind in reading will normally squat... because there is no that many 'effects' cards Quadro really help with first, second... that "dragging" is probably because of things like not enough disks to spread parts of the project to avoid read/write and crash that causes the ENTIRE process to wait for traffic to cross... not enough 'real' nuclei (i7 chips as) my studio platform to say that they have '8' hearts, but four are 'virtual'... ninou, he's only got 4 cores REAL), not enough RAM, too few/slow 'ways' or 'tracks' on the bus of the motherboard, not enough of space on one or more drives from spinning, so there is a hangup as things are cached on this drive for read/write... all sorts of things.

Enough for now...

Neil

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