How to create a cliplist
Mediabank is a great tool to do your rough-cuts. Using cliplists, i.e. only downloading certain parts of asset(s), will decrease the number of minutes being downloaded and therefore lower the download cost and time.
Step 1: Open the asset in W4 or W5 (Workspace 4 or 5).
Step 2: Click on the ‘Cliplist’ tab.
Step 3: Click on ‘+New/Open’.
Step 4: Give your cliplist a name and description. Choose whether the cliplist should be visible only to you, visible for a chosen user group, public for anyone in the account to see.
Step 5: When you’re done, click ‘Create list’.
Step 6: To create a clip, create an IN and an OUT point on the asset(s). You can do this by either clicking the ‘Mark In’ and ‘Mark Out’ buttons (see circle 1 & 2), or you can use the ‘i’ and ‘o’ on your keyboard.
Step 7: Give the clip a name/description.
Step 8: Add it to your cliplist by clicking ‘Add to cliplist’.
The clip will pop up in the overview on the right side (see circle 5).
You may add as many clips as you want to your cliplists.
How to download clips from a cliplist
Step 9: You can choose which clips you’d like to download by ticking the box to the left (see 1).
Step 10: To download, click ‘Add to M-Box’.
Step 11: A list of M-box(es) will appear at the bottom of the screen. Choose an M-box, depending on what is available to you, and what you wish to do with the clip(s). Click on the M-box to open it up.
Step 12: A window will pop up containing information regarding the download you’re about to order. Click ‘Execute’ to download. Once executed, the clips should arrive wherever the M-box is designed to send them. If you’re using the Proxy M-box, you’ll receive an email with a download-link once the clip(s) are ready.