Some of these metadata are set in the camera directly by the user, others are automacally saved in the braw file.
This is the list of the medata automatically set to each BRAW clip after clicking on our panel button (see below). All are prefixed with "BR", in order to differentiate them from the native PPro ones.
BR Recorded Date
BR Camera Letter
BR Lens Type
BR Clip Name
BR Camera Name
BR Compression Ratio
If you think some metadata is missing from this list, contact us !
Note : BRAW Studio Panel can take a lot of time to process each .braw footage, it can freeze a bit. Just wait for it to finish, or only load footages in small batches.
First you need to generate the metadata for your clips. But before this, you will need to be sure that all of your braw clips have already displayed at least one image in PPro. A common trick to be sure that all clips have generated at least one image, is to display them as
Icon View in the project panel.
Then, you just have to click on the top button of the BRAW Studio Panel. In order to open this panel, you need to go to the top menu, in
If you don't see
BRAW Studio Panel (like in the image below), then there should be a problem in the installation of your panel. Please try to re-install BRAW Studio or contact us.
After this, in order to see these metadata :
Go to the Project Panel, and display the Clips with the
List View mode
Right click on the top on the category line, and click on
Metadata Display ..
Open "Premiere Pro Project Metadata" and go at the end of the list, then tick every item beginning by "BR", and click "OK"
After these steps, you will be able to see the BRAW Metadata directly into the Premiere Pro Project Panel.
.brawin the project panel !
Metadata can be also be seen if you right click on a native
.braw clip (not a sequence!) and select
We hope these metadata will help you in your workflow working with BRAW Studio !