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Authenticity in video is dead. It's been dead in photography for a long time. It's just something we're all going to have to get used to. Professional forensic analysis might sometimes disprove a video's authenticity, but it will never be able to conclusively prove it.


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I like your idea. You might be able to make a convincing smoke element to superimpose on your shot like this: get a black sheet or piece of posterboard cut a small, mouth-sized hole in the posterboard paint the actor's lips black have the actor stand behind the black posterboard, and blow smoke through the hole The lighting would be pretty tricky. The ...


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Just use an affine transform for the title Create a title with the text Put the video on track 2 Put the title on track 1 Combine them with an affine transformation On the affine transformation, add 4 key frames for a title of 5 seconds, at 0 / 1 / 4 / 5 seconds Set the opacity for keyframe at second 0 and second 5 to 0. Keyframes at second 1 and 4 keep ...


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Do you drink coffee? That's my solution. More seriously though - For me, it helps to jump from project to project, setting individual goals each time I move to a different project, e.g. for project 'x', finish creating sub-clips from raw footage before I stop editing. It also helps to alternate between tasks that are boring and tasks that are more ...


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Consider the following technologies: ffmpeg + command line Adobe After Effects + ExtendScript language (based on JavaScript) Sony Vegas Pro + C# language (or any other Microsoft .NET language)


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You can do it in Sony Vegas Pro using this plugin (Text Wizard) In a nutshell: Prepare your text and copy it to the clipboard (see below) Add your clips to the timeline Run Text Wizard and choose Create text at events Import text from the clipboard Your text should be in the following format: Song title: Release year: Album title: (empty line) Song ...


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With Adobe After Effects and a script such as PT_TextEdit, you'd be able to do something like this. You create the text styles you want to use, add all the text to a spreadsheet or google sheet, then run it through PT-TextEdit, which will generate a load of different comps for you with the different names. You can then batch export all the comps. ...


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There are ways to transfer projects between different video editing programs, but they are very limited. Take a look at my answer here; this question is about transfering projects between different versions of Premiere Pro, but the answer is basically the same. You can export a project as an Edit Decision List (EDL), however this will only contain the ...



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