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Here's the workflow I decided to use. It's a little slower than what I had hoped, but it seems to fit my needs. Convert videos into MOV or AVI Import into SpeedGrade Run Scene Detect Manually confirm correct scene detection. Export each shot individually from Speed Grade Convert to a web-ready MP4 using Media Encoder (MP4 is required in my use case but it ...


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Subtle cuts are cuts that are blended such that you don't notice they are occurring. They are the hardest type of cuts to pull off. You can do them during a quick pan or if you have a near stationary scene. The key point that Walter Murch is getting at is that jump cuts, cuts where the viewer is jarred in to noticing the cut, should generally be avoided ...


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You would use FFmpeg for that. It requires that you are a bit familiar with using command line applications but even if you are not its really not complicated. The things you want to do have been covered in these questions (and probably others): Why does quality degrade so much if just cutting video with ffmpeg? (different topic but the answer tells you ...


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Check out the DV Rebel Tools by Stu Maschwitz. It comes with a script for AE to split a single video file into layers based on scene changes. From AE, you should be able to send this to premiere pro for mastering individual layers.


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Thunderf00t created that video in the following way; he wrote a script and then recorded his voice separately as a audio file After that, he probably edited that audio file to get rid of any mistakes, and mastered it to make it sound nice. He then imported that audio file to a video editor In the video editor he added 3rd party images and video to fit his ...


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Thats not how you do it, you record a text and time your video cuts based on your voice over. Unless you stream live you dont do live editing while you do a voice over, its very impractical and makes your live a lot harder as you will not record a 5+ minute text in a single take and you will have to do everything over and over again instead of editing your ...


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I have an old iMac that suffers badly with GoPro footage. I borrowed my wife's rMBP that has an i7 CPU, 16GB RAM, SSD, and a card reader. This machine imported in an instant! Converting protune still took a little time, perhaps faster than 1:1 (meaning 10 minutes of footage was converted faster than 10 minutes) but you'll want to go eat a snack if you are ...


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There isn't one. What you have been told in the past is correct, DVD resolution is very, very limited. 720 by 480 is barely even 1/3 of a megapixel of resolution, which is exceptionally low and will look poor on pretty much any HD display. There is no solution for going higher quality than this on a DVD that is playable on normal DVD players. The reason ...



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