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Both Speedgrade and Davinci Resolve have scene change detection. Davinci Resolve is also free. I am not sure however on how exactly it detects scenes changes.


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You probably have to install or update Pro Video Formats on your mac. https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202252


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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 ...


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I wouldn't suggest trying to do it manually unless you are a mathematician - as it really is all about the transforms that take your cylindrical shots and calculate views and sight lines in real time. Generally this would be done using one of the commercially available panorama to virtual tour applications. There are many out there - I have only used one, ...


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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 ...


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This answer in the Graphic Design forum explains how to make an image background transparent in either of two ways. If you have an animation you have captured (perhaps by screen-casting your drawing session into a series of images), you can use an image editing tool that can do batch processing, such as The GIMP, to create the transparency type most ...


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The following command shows a video with a waveform of the corresponding audio: ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -filter_complex "[0:a]showwaves=s=1280x720,format=yuv420p[vid]" -map "[vid]" -map 0:a -codec:v libx264 -crf 18 -preset fast -codec:a aac -strict -2 -b:a 192k output.mp4 I replaced avectorscope with showwaves: avectorscope is for showing the difference ...


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The two most common approaches, if you don't have B-roll coverage, is either a dissolve (usually a cross-dissolve) or a fade-out/fade-in (usually dip-to-black). Garish effects (essentially all the others offered in a typical NLE) can also be used (but are usually avoided). IF the clip you are cutting out means joining what looks like a single take (with a ...


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If you are really adventurous why not give Blender a go? It is a 3D animation and compositing/tracking application. It is completely free and open (FLOSS) as well as being totally system agnostic. Run on Windows 32bit or 64 bit, MacOS 32 or 64 bit and Linux 32 or 64bit. The video editor is rather novel and a bit rudimentary but is supported by a large ...


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All of these seem to be simple circle mattes, you just need an editing system that allows you to generate a circle mask that has an animatable position. You will need 3 pieces of media: 1- the original footage 2- the new actor to go in the circle (or a neutral shot) 3- the moving circle mask You will need to animate the circle to follow the original ...



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