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The UI part you are looking for is called (depending on your locale, and local film industry) the shuttle, or jogger. I don't know if Premiere supports the exact same graphical control. However using the [J] [K] and [L] keys on your keyboard lets you: [J] / [L] move backward / forward (moves fast for each press of the same button; moves slower in the same ...


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Have you tried clearing all rendered caches? That would be my first guess.


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You can do it in Sony Vegas Pro using this plugin (Text Wizard) In a nutshell: Prepare your text and copy it to the clipboard (see below) Add your clips to the timeline Run Text Wizard and choose Create text at events Import text from the clipboard Your text should be in the following format: Song title: Release year: Album title: (empty line) Song ...


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With Adobe After Effects and a script such as PT_TextEdit, you'd be able to do something like this. You create the text styles you want to use, add all the text to a spreadsheet or google sheet, then run it through PT-TextEdit, which will generate a load of different comps for you with the different names. You can then batch export all the comps. ...


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Whilst I think @ahackney's answer is also a valid issue that is slowing down Premiere, the lack of CPU usage indicated to me there is a data bottleneck - that is, your HDD is too slow to send data to Premiere. The reason Premiere (or any editing software) needs its footage on a fast, dedicated hard drive is because editing requires data to be read from any ...


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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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I'm not sure whether ProRes supports alpha channels... It seems to work for me, using the Animation codec with "Millions of Colors+". I'm on a Mac using Adobe CC. Here are the steps I took: Export your AE comp using Quicktime Animation codec with Millions of Colors+ selected. Import the file into Premiere CC Right click on your footage and select ...


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Unless I'm misunderstanding your question, I would try a Garbage Matte effect (either 4, 8, or 16-point). Stack the two video clips on the timeline (e.g. one video clip on track V1 and the other on V2). Drag n Drop the Garbage Matte effect (8-point is a good starting point) on to the top video clip. Activate the Garbage Matte effect in the Effect Controls ...


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Before I start I'd like to mention that this would be much easier in After Effects. If you plan on doing this more often, you should consider learning AE to be able to do things like that faster. So, to follow your approach I created a transparent layer, put the timecode effect on it and cropped it using the crop effect. It looks like this right now: ...


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8 cores is nice but unnecessary. Adobe products rarely utilize all the cores unless you have multiprocessing enabling, which if you don't know: multiple frames are being rendered at the same time using different cores for each frame. But even at that I doubt you could get all 8 cores on board to do that because you need more ram dedicated to each cores ...


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I had the same question, also being a software engineer by trade, thinking of photoshop work. we can tell the video editing program "revert to version 2.5", edit a bit, then tell it "revert to version 7" and it is able to do that? I found that Photoshop it lets me set a named version in the history, and I think that's saved in the file...? For ...


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I used to get stuck with this problem. I finally solved it by changing the "video playback settings" from "the sequence settings" in the "sequence" menu. The default resolution is 1920 x 1080. I changed it to 640 x 360, and after that playback was always 100% smooth, even while using a mixture of .mts and .mvi full HD files, with contrast and brightness ...



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