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Is the watermark a video or a still image? If it's a still you can usually just increase its duration. Otherwise, copying and pasting is the best way to go about it. Copy and paste it 10 times, then select the 10 clips, copy and paste that 10 times, then select the 100 clips, copy and paste that etc. until you get the desired duration.


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I don't use CS4 but in CS5.5 you can do it this way: Open the Composition dialog, open the Settings tab, and choose Custom as preset (this should be the first entry). Now you can change all parameters. To save you preset, click the button Change preset at the lefthand bottom.


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Premiere handles a lot of video formats without requiring an intermediate (editing) file, so this is an uncommon problem to have. As with other editing codec questions, I think a good place to start is by reading about the different kinds of codecs: The ProRes of Premiere Pro? It would help us understand your problem better if you could tell us what you ...


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I find when a composition won't render it's usually a clip on the timeline (or really large still images in my case) For instance I do video board game reviews and I have issues rendering from Premier CS5 when the 9 megabyte still images are on the timeline. Try moving half the clips to a layer and turning them off(click the eye next to the layer) then ...


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According to this thread and this video, it is possible to import a Final Cut Pro 7 project from a Mac into Premiere Pro CS4 on Windows. From those sources - Make sure that the codec you're using works on Windows (supported file formats list) When exporting from Final Cut, use Version 4 of the XML


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Yes, in Premiere Pro, you can export to Final Cut XML. In Final Cut 7, you can export into an XML as well. Then you can import the XML files into each program. The only problem is that Premiere on windows uses the AVI wrapper, and Final Cut 7 uses Quicktime. It might work going from Final Cut to Premiere. But going back into Final Cut probably will not ...



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