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I place text overlays in my Premiere Pro videos several times a week. (I produce a video every day.) Premiere Pro has a "Title" menu with many options: Once you create a Default Still, Default Roll, or Default Crawl, you can drag it onto your timeline, size it, change the duration of it, and even animate it if you want to.
Premiere Pro have more basic text tools, but it is easier to work with. Also, it is better for long files. After Effects allows you to manipulate with your text in much more various ways. You can use there more different text effects. But it is also more complicated. So, it is up to you to decide. If you are looking for something basic, use Premiere. If ...
after posting this I randomly stumbled upon a setting in Preferences. Preferences -> Memory Optimize rendering for performance Changed to "Memory" Looks fine now.
No. I assume your 720x576 video uses anamorphic pixels, making for a 16:9 resolution. Still, there is no added benefit to the higher resolution, as it won't increase the quality of your video. On the other hand, your video file will be much larger. Export in your original resolution with a high bitrate instead (not higher than your source material though). ...
If video is choppy and laggy, like some of my gaming videos that are at least an hour long.... They are lagging when I'm mining in Minecraft. It may be how much video you are putting in there all in one clip. For example, when I put in my one hour gameplay, when I first start to mine, it is laggy. To all of the new comers, use Adobe Media Encoder. Use the ...
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.
In your Premiere timeline put two copies of the lower third above each other on top of the footage. Right click on the lower copy and choose Adjustment Layer from the context menu. Now it acts as a mask for any filters you apply to it, affecting only the opaque areas. Apply a blur effect to this adjustment layer and the footage below will blur where the ...
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 ...
When you export with h.264 in Premiere it has two bars as you show. A target bitrate, and a maximum bitrate. The target bitrate is after all, only a target, and if your video doesn't have enough movement or fast action then you won't get the full Mbps that you've set. Even lowering it enough to only export 12Mbps because your video doesn't have a lot of ...
Looks like Audition can read BWF markers but Premiere doesn't. So, two options are 1) to save separately the regions between markers. or 2) export a WAV from Audition, with cue points that which Premiere seems to see.
There are at least three ways to put things together in Premiere Pro: linking, grouping, and nesting. Linking is the lowest-level, assigning audio tracks to a single video clip. You cannot link two video clips together, regardless of how much audio they may want to share. Grouping allows you to treat multiple clips of audio and video as part of the same ...
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