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Even though Michael Tiemanns answer is technically correct, it seems overly complicated given the description of your problem, as nested sequences may cause other problems and inconveniences down the road. So here are two other options that might help you: Grouping Select the three tracks you want to edit, then right-click → group (or press CTRL + G). The ...
Method 1 First, with the Premiere project closed, move the original files that you're editing with to a new folder or other location. Open your project and it will warn you of missing files. Click the Relink others automatically checkbox and then hit Locate. Navigate to the folder with the new graded footage, find the first clip and press Ok. It will then ...
Set temporal interpolation to Hold as seen below:
After Effects is probably your best bet, as it integrates seamlessly with Premiere and Illustrator. Create your diagrams in Illustrator, import them into After Effects, and convert them to shape layers. You can then animate them, and add the AE compositions to the Premiere project.
Yes you can set a default transition that uses the ctrl-d key combo. I believe it's set by default to crossfade, which I use. You click your clip, control-d and it'll put the fade in and out on the item. You can change the default transition in the preferences. It really is simple. For bonus points, Control-shift-d works for audio.
Are you using the "Mercury Playback Engine GPU Acceleration (CUDA)" as your renderer inside of media encoder? I've read about and had a few cases where software only rendering can cause similar issues.
Go to your sequence settings Sequence>Settings and change the resolution to match the size of the rectangle you want. When you want to export the media, in the export settings click the button in the video tab that says Match Source, this will set the export resolution to match your timeline. Some codecs (e.g. avid DNxHD) will not allow non-standard ...
Assuming I understood your question correctly (which I'm not certain of, given your poetic writing style that appears to have transcended past the need for meager punctuation), you can still double click the image in the program monitor to get into the 'free transform' mode. I just tested it in the current version of Premiere Pro CC and it works as expected. ...
Based on info revealed in chat: I trying to install that on windows 10 32 bit . Is it a problem ? the answer is that since version CS5, Premiere Pro is 64-bit only and can't be installed on a 32-bit OS.
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