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Please help i want this. I like after effects please


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Well "technically" you could google the download page for Adobe CS6 Production Premium - which includes After Effects. It allows a free un-restricted 30 day trial. Import your footage into either Premiere, or preferably After Effects. Apply the Animation Effect "Warp Stabilizer". It does an amazing job. But you'll only get 30 days until the software ...


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Blender has a video stabilization feature based on its camera tracker. Here is a YouTube tutorial on how to use this feature to stabilize a hand-held video:


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For editing, I would definitely get a desktop PC, and a custom built one at that, not one from the shelf, as the latter will always be more expensive. Also, this way you only have to pay for the parts you need and can avoid bottlenecks. For example, the PC you mentioned doesn't have an SSD, so hard drive speed will be a limiting factor. Also, the GPU is ...


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Personally, I would ditch the usb3 drive for editing. Assuming you can't buy a third drive I would do your setup like this. Do a two drive setup. C: OS and media cache d: (raid) Media, projects, previews and exports. I've always followed the advice here and its worked great for me. ...


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There's apparently a hack which alters the Vegas executable to solve this problem. There's a setting of dpiAware in the application manifest which falsely tells Windows that Vegas is DPI aware and will scale up text and icons on a HiDPI display. Vegas does not do this. So, the value should be changed from true to false. The hack tutorial alongwith link to ...


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Using the mask image below, you can use ffmpeg to crop and output a MP4 with the visual content bounded in the same elliptical shape as the mask ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -loop 1 -i 360mask.png \ -filter_complex "[0]split[a][b]; \ [a]crop=iw/2:1522:0:300,crop=iw*0.8:ih*0.8,scale=960:-1,pad=960:960:0:150[l]; \ ...


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Here is the solution for Final Cut Pro, to export out all individual clips on your Timeline. There is a FCP plugin called Primaries Exporter, in the App Store, which will very easily export all individual clips on the Timeline, to any folder you designate. I've been using it myself for a couple of years now, and it works great.


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That is not a good solution. With this solution you are now locked at the size and position of your window, not the source media. If you want to zoom in or out you have now lost that ability. Better solution is to use the timing controls and set the end condition to "Hold"


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This answer is coming from someone who uses Sony Vegas Pro to do this regularly, but the question requests Final Cut Pro. From what I can tell, FCP cannot do everything that you want. You can select multiple parts of your clips, but you cannot name or color code them. That may be a deal breaker (it would be for me). What you need to do is set multiple ...


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Definitely, it will degrade the video quality after many times of converting. I advise you to convert the file to the one with original settings. The best choice is to use a video editor which allows you to edit and convert files to desired ones.


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All codecs, unless they are truly lossless, suffer from concatenation errors. Every time you encode with a codec, decode, and re-encode with the same or a different codec you will degrade the quality of the video. It isn't as precise to figure out just how bad it will be as when you could count the generational loss of re-recording to tape as the source and ...


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Off topic but ill chuck in some pointers 1: Backup ALL your data 2: Make sure all your Data is backed up and unplug the external device 3: Reload Windows 10 x64 from the install disk or USB 4: install all your apps again 5: put your data back 6: start editing on your new Windows 10 x64 system


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Yes. By definition, any time you save an audio or video file using a LOSSY compression scheme, you will lose something (by definition). Now, modern codecs have been getting better at minimizing perceptible losses. But it is always preferable to avoid ANY extra compression steps. Until the project is completely finished and ready for distribution, it is ...


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If the codec is not lossless, such as Quicktime Animation Codec; true lossless, then yes. But if you are using a good encoder, I would gather even after 100 generations of degredation would you be able to even visually see the difference if you continually re-encoded the file outputs using MP4 at a high bitrate- say 30mbps for 1080p. Lower bitrates, ...


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MP4 isn't an ideal format for intermediate saves. If you know you'll be re-opening the file, save it as losslessly as practicable, and use MP4 only for the final output. That said, depending on the encoder and settings you probably don't lose much if anything on subsequent saves. MP4 and similar codecs work by decimating the higher frequencies (details, ...


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Yes. Every time you "save" video in video-editor, you will re-render it with codec. Most codecs lose some video information for compression. So, every time you will lose some more information.



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