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There are various ways to add letterboxing in PP. Some ways I have done are: creating a Photoshop file (or finding one already made) and using an adjustment layer to apply it. ( I used this post http://whoismatt.com/cinemascopetutorial/) when exporting you can use the crop function to chop the top and bottom off using an adjustment layer again but ...


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Like AJ, I don't know of any built-in text-to-speech video editors, though MacOS supports speech reading of text in any app that uses standard text controls. (For example TextEdit.app.) I assume Windows has something similar. If that's too much work, you could always "hire talent" (i.e. get a friend to do it) if you don't like your own voice. bakkelun's ...


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It depends on the shutter speed being used on the other camera. If the shutter speed is faster than 1/50th of a second, then shooting at 50fps and discarding every other frame would be the same as shooting at 25fps, but it means that your shutter speed must be faster than 1/50th of a second. If light isn't an issue, then the faster frame rate won't have an ...


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There are cameras/apps that can overlay an image over the live viewer. You align yourself as perfect as possible to your old position and continue your movement. You don't necessarily need to stay still while someone dresses you with new props, the way kaljack describes it also doesn't work with scene changes. Its all a matter of making the right cut and ...


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Alternately, you can green-screen what the actor is interacting with and shoot as one continuous action of the actor or you can green screen the actor in to the rest of the shot. Either option requires careful coordination and work, but it is another option in addition to the stop action approach that kaljack mentions.


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No clue about Lightworks, but two possible (and possibly related) issues are that 1366x768 is not exactly 16:9, and 1366 is not evenly divisible by 8. Either or both could cause any editing software to use a different internal representation, and require an adjustment to its display. 1368x768 would be byte-aligned, but still not 16:9.


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Very easy to do, well theoretically. On cut actor freezes his body, friends places the prop - in this instance the cat, on action the actor continues his movement. The quicker and non intrusive the introduction of the prop, the less movement the actor will have and the more seamless the cut will look. The main thing to remember here is to be prepared to ...


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Open your Projects Explorer Panel and Properties Panel Click on the Project that you are working on Make sure that the Audio settings for the project is set to Mono or Stero I have been struggling with this for a day now and just stumbled across my own mistake. When I initially started the project I set the sound to "No Audio." I did not want the sound ...



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