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In the Media View window, select all the clips you want to change. Right click one of the selected clips and choose "Clip Attributes". In the Video portion of the Clip Attributes, tell Resolve what you want it to do.
Alright, more googling found that ffmpeg is definitely the solution to my issue! ffmpeg -i inputvideo.mp4 -i inputsound.wav -filter_complex "[1:0]adelay=leftchanneldelay|rightchanneldelay[delayed];[0:1][delayed]amix[mixout]" -map 0:v -map [mixout] -c:v copy -c:a aac outputvideo.mp4 This line allows me to easily determine where in the video (down to the ...
If you're asking whether you can use AE to increase the actual or apparent resolution of a low-res source, the answer is no. You can't create resolution where none exists. If you could, no one would ever spend money on hi-res cameras. What you can do is 'sharpen' an image, which increases the contrast of edge detail and may increase apparent resolution a ...
The usual way to do this is with a speed effect. Create a cut around the one frame you want to render as a still. Your timeline should look like this: motion-before | single frame | motion-after You can then place a speed effect on the single frame, slow it down to 0% playback speed, and it will happily play forever if you want. Stretch single frame to ...
Did you tried Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve 12? How I understand, it should work fine with multiple files, but you shall check, if it will accept your ProRes files.
Another way to automate it: Sony Vegas Pro + Vegasaur extension (this tool) (Sony Vegas Pro also supports scripting based on .NET Framework)
If you're doing this for broadcast and you want animated text and graphicse you could use After Effects with scripting. To pull in the track data automatically you'll either need something like this or this or you could learn / hire someone who knows extendscript to script After Effects. That way you can use your own graphics, animated text treatment and so ...
I believe you can do it with ffmpeg with command drawtext ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -vf "drawtext=enable='between(t\,0,60)':fontfile=/Windows/Fonts/Tahoma.ttf:fontcolor='White':> > text='YourText'" -acodec copy output.mp4 See this tutorial, for batch conversion. You can add drawbox to make it more nice. See documentation here.
Go with After Effects, it's a tool that will most likely stick around. If necessary you can also take advantage of the more advanced tracking an compositing features. If you end up editing in Premiere (which pretty much is the best option if you don't want to dive into Avid) the integration between AE and Pr is crazy useful. I find myself even making titles ...
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