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Analyzing the files that fail to open in contrast to those that do open just fine shows one glaring problem: All lines in the project.prel file (which is just an XML file) where there should be decimal numbers in <StartKeyframe> or <Keyframe> tags are damaged. Example: Correct version: ...


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Video editing software usually DOES come with this ability. After Effects, Premiere, Vegas, etc, all support doing this very simply. Some of them add their own time code rather than time code from meta, so you may have to adjust the start point to match your actual time code, but the end result should still be the same. For example, in Premiere, the ...


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With consumer targeted software, there is less of a standard of how to do things. For professional software, there are pretty standardized workflows that editors follow and so tools are pretty similar. For beginner software, while the basic concepts are still similar, the way in which they simplify them is not. The end results that are possible are still ...


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iDVD should have come with your mac. Give it a try. iDVD is a very basic DVD authoring tool (a category that is distinct from video editing, though authoring tools may be bundled with some editing packages). I've only used it a handful of times, but I'm fairly sure that it does everything that is requested here. One thing to keep in mind is that DVD ...


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The Export function was removed a couple of generations ago but it is still in the file menu as its used for a couple of things such as tiles. All video is output using the "Share" button. If you want some extra information on this matter here is an answer from Adobe: ...


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FFmpeg's drawtext filter can burn timecodes into frames. edit: I misread the docs before. I saw the timecode option to the filter, and missed seeing that there was a pts available for text expansion. See the edit history for the longer-and-less-useful answer. I eventually got around to trying it, and here's the command line I cobbled together from ...


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This is not the auto white balance screwing up. This is the way that SCUBA footage looks without artificial light. Even shooting with my SeaLife DC1400 which has specialized underwater white balance settings, you get a strong color cast, particularly in green water. Water doesn't block frequencies of light evenly and as depth increases, much of the red ...


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It doesn't appear in your panel as rotate, but if you go to your transform effect you will see roll and rotate options in there.


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1. Recover broken files I found this online application very helpful. http://www.vibait.com/software/premiere-fix-keyframe.h-142/ Simply upload your Premiere Elements file and you get a fixed version in return. Save it to your disk and open it. With one file I got error messages like this one a few times: Parse error on line 1431. Expected 8 values, got ...



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