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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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Either size up the 720p (1280x720) footage to 1080p (1920x1080) or vice versa.


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Google: RSMB (Real Smart Motion Blur) I know it is available for after effects and Sony Vegas, not sure about final cut. Note: It dramatically increases your render time, but it is definitely worth it


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This is a surprisingly tricky question, as Premiere doesn't let you edit transitions like, say FCP does. One way of doing it is to use presets: First create a preset for your fade in. Set two opacity keyframes for your fade-in then in the Effect Control panel right click on the Opacity effect and choose Save Preset: call it fade-in or whatever and ...


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What you're describing is color grading / color correction and yes, it's perfectly acceptable, almost mandatory for a good presentation. Usually it's done scene by scene, but it's not at all unusual to correct within a single shot, or even different areas within a shot. To do it well you should explore a dedicated grading tool like DaVinci Resolve Lite.


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I'm not sure about how to set the timecode of the clip from the datestamp of the file but Red Giant have a fantastic plugin called Plural Eyes which does a great job of syncing multiple clips most of the time if the audio is even half decent.


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Not sure if this was meant as rhetorical or not, but .. I think your problem is the WMV. Premiere never works well with it. I don't know if its the way its encoded or what. Can you not capture in something more universal? It looks like you're making minecraft videos, try using fraps or something that captures in avi or mp4. Those would probably give you ...


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Short answer: You can't. Unfortunately, there is no way to save a project so that it can be used in older versions of the program. That's a major downside of Premiere Pro, especially since this is possible with most other programs of the Adobe Creative Cloud (InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, ...). But at the moment, you can't do that with Premiere Pro. You ...


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If you only need one of the clips you used in the old project, you should only import that one and don't even use the old project file. Locate the clip on your hard drive and import it into premiere, e.g. by dragging it onto the project panel. If you have trouble finding it, open the old project, find the clip in the project panel and right-click -> Reveal ...


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This is a know bug of adobe premiere pro See: http://forums.adobe.com/thread/1022632?tstart=0 Workarounds: 1) Use the Canon XF Utility to create a single MXF file of your spanned clips. Import the new file into the project. 2) The problem you are facing is that you are probably just copying a single subclip over. What you need to do is copy the WHOLE ...


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You cannot have multiple marks in and out on clip. What you would do is you would mark a clip and drop it in a sequence (the timeline). Mark another clip and drop it in the timeline. Son on and so forth. The issue you would have is the sound just clips as it jumps from clip to clip in the sequence. The quickest way to fix that is just right click in the ...


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You need to create a sequence. If you're not familiar with video codecs, the easiest way to do so is to right-click on your clip in the project panel and select New sequence from clip ..., which will create a sequence using the resolution and framerate from your clip. Once you've created the sequence, it should appear as a timeline in the lower right area ...


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Motion from Apple has a setting for Motion Blur on all projects. This section of the documentation explains how to set it (in the project settings). (It's under "Motion Blur and Reflection Settings".) Once the project setting is set, you may also need to turn it on in the canvas to see it while editing. See here for information on turning it on in the ...


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the file codec is dvsd (DVC/DV Video) Usually DirectX comes with a DirectShow DVSD decoder. But maybe this decoder has some issue with your file(s). Could it be you've had at some time software by Pinnacle, Sony, MainConcept, etc on your old system installed, whose DVSD decoder could have been used by Premiere Pro instead?


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To fix extreme crops when using the warp stabilizer effect. First try the settings Modify settings: Click on the advanced settings, and choose the following settings: Reduce either the smoothness OR Crop Less and Smooth more which is a better option to try first since it does not require a restabilization phase. (on a side note) If you are getting a ...


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As Gin-San says, downscale. Maybe put a link somewhere to the full-quality version for people that are interested. Lower rez will also lower resource usage on the client side. Even downscaling to 640p, 576p, or even 480p might be good, depending on the content, and how visible it will still be behind the text of your page. Also, since EVERYONE that ...


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I pretty much agree with everything that Gin-San is saying. I just wanted to add screen shot of the export window settings to help with setting the values on premiere pro. I usually press command-M (Mac) to bring up the export screen And I would set it like you see below. The important setting to note is the Bitrate settings, I would set it to 1Mbps VBR, ...


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MERGING VIDEO CLIPS To combine video clips there is something called Nested Sequence. A very powerful technique. When adding clips to a timeline you are working in what is called a sequence (normally named Sequence 01), drop your two clips into your timeline and rename your sequence 01 to something like 'My day trip to the market'. Select a different ...


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Now I can't figure out how to extend the length of clip since it is referring to after effects comp which is only 4 screenshots...:( Also thanks to whoever sent this to Stack Exchange video production forum. Now i know where to ask after effects/ premiere Qs.


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I ended up replacing the video clip with a after effects composition. then i added the picture to the clipping after effects and it was there in premiere as one clip.


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Starting with Adobe CC, Adobe removed a program from their Premiere suite called Encore. Encore had all the same benefits of Dynamic Link - you didn't need to render your project, just add your project file, and boom - transcoded to DVD in one step, without an intermediate. Now, for CC users, you still have a licence for CS6, and can downloaded Encore ...



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