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I think the type of lens flare you're looking for is anamorphic lens flare.


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You can't seamlessly loop a clip that wasn't designed to loop. Some suggestions below, but all require video editing software. No plugin for a player that I know of. Option 1: Clip has a distinctive/necessary beginning & end that have to be seen, or has audio/narration that cannot be edited or shortened The best option in this case would be to edit the ...


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Have you tried compositing it with Blender? I think you can achieve pretty much what you want with it. Look for tutorials but here is an example. This is a tutorial for creating a hologram, but you can take the part on how to create the horizontal lines from the cathodic ray TVs.


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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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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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To update @MBrizzle answer, this functionality was added to After Effects CC 2014. There are 4 new methods: RenderQueueItem object getSetting, setSetting methods OutputModule object getSetting, setSetting methods You can find more about them at http://blogs.adobe.com/aftereffects/2014/04/new-changed-after-effects-cc-2014.html


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there is an other nice on-the-fly video overlay software called Clamp, which is a commercial add-on for Wowza Streaming Engine. This can read overlay instructions during a live event from a text file or from database and apply them on the live stream at specified times.


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Most screen capture applications are pulling video from the video card down to main memory to compress it and write it to disk. Most video games are uploading textures and geometry to the video card to display it to you. It's possible to get into a situation where more memory is needed on the card to run the game and record the video than you have available. ...


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The VFX breakdown is right in the link in the video that you provide. They break it down for you in the youtube video. Its masking, feathering, desaturation or levels adjustment. If ...


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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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The issue could be primarily technical or mainly aesthetic. Assuming that the clip is designed to be loopable, it's a technical issue. But if you edit two copies of the clip end-to-start and the transition still looks bad, it's more aesthetic. On the technical side, I've had success with Windows Media Player looping WMV and FLV clips. This depends somewhat ...


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I upvoted mc01's answer. But I also want to suggest a couple of alternatives (which is something I do a lot on this forum!). If possible, you could shoot a new ending and beginning that utilize the skip/jump. It could be a gunshot or part of a quick earthquake. Or a character could mention that there might be a power outage, or a ripple in the space-time ...


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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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iSpy Connect may be able to help you here. I've haven't played about it with it much but I know you can load an existing video file into it and it will detect motion.


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The least-lossy way should be to just stretch time, so your 25p becomes 24000/1001p. Then your video can go on a NTSC dvd with soft-telecining. The audio needs to be stretched to match, using a pitch-preserving method. (Soft TC means stored as progressive frames on the disc, with flags set to tell the player to apply a 3:2 pulldown if it needs to make 60i ...


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I personally would use media encoder and let it do the conversion. Convert it to a mpeg2-dvd format and pick a preset, you can adjust the preset to your liking. ME would do most of the heavy lifting. At this point I trust them to do the best job. I find that nothing beats actually trying it though, you're not really out anything but time. And very little ...


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This has come up before for other codecs / containers. This DOESN'T work in ffmpeg without transcoding, since ffmpeg unfortunately isn't set up for messing with timestamps on non-decoded frames. I think you should be able to do it with this (untested): mkvmerge --default-duration 0:30fps in.webm -o out.webm Where 0 is the track-id of the video track. ...


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I doubt that GoPro studio doesn't let you use vids from another source because I used footage from a sony cybershot. Moreover, on there website it says that it supports full capabillity to cannon and nikon cameras. If you are using windows 8 .mov files aren't supported. It supports all video files of H264 mp4 and mov for all other versions of windows. ...


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Use Sony Vegas. It can merge the stereo inputs and renders the output file as the format you need.



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