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Have you tried clearing all rendered caches? That would be my first guess.


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There are ways to transfer projects between different video editing programs, but they are very limited. Take a look at my answer here; this question is about transfering projects between different versions of Premiere Pro, but the answer is basically the same. You can export a project as an Edit Decision List (EDL), however this will only contain the ...


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With consumer targeted software, there is less of a standard of how to do things. For professional software, there are pretty standardized workflows that editors follow and so tools are pretty similar. For beginner software, while the basic concepts are still similar, the way in which they simplify them is not. The end results that are possible are still ...


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If you google GoPro Keyboard Cover there is a skin with all the shortcuts on it - from GoCam Accessories I think it's called. Edit: Just realised I could paste a link: http://www.gocamaccessories.com/shop/gopro-studio-keyboard-cover-for-macs/


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Most prosumer-level (or higher) video editing software has monitor panels which show you information about color distribution, luminace, levels and the likes. Premiere Pro for example offers a range of reference monitors. Contrary to photo editing, you can't get one measurement of those parameters for the entire video, because they of course vary from ...


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Based on neuhaus' comment, I've confirmed that the Foscam uses MJPEG compression. Thus it's clear how a brighter (hence more detailed) scene would generate higher bit rates by repeatedly sending complete full frames. I thought that it would be smarter than that.


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Similar images - https://tn123.org/simimages/ is a bit old, but still functional.


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Our eyes and brains are more sensitive to data in the bright areas so compression schemes generally throw out more of the data in the dark areas. If the video is mostly dark, then it compresses very well because they can throw out more data and you don't notice. But when it's bright (assuming it's not overexposed), less data can be crunched down without you ...


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If you don't need the interview to be conveyed verbatim, you can have two characters discussing (or arguing about) points from the article. The people discussing the article could even be the hero and heroine, without having them read it aloud verbatim. "Did you really say that?" "I think the author took that out of context. What I meant was ______."


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Can Samsung TV Play MP4? From Samsung official website, we clearly know that Samsung TV is only compatible with MP4 in H.264/MPEG-4 AVC video codec and AAC audio codec. However, MP4 is a container format which contains various kinds of video and audio codecs. Once the MP4 files can't meet the requirement of Samsung TV input format, you'll get into trouble ...


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I checked the 2-minute clip of JFK's speech on YouTube and see no problem in using it. There was no reference to cold war politics and the context is so well known that people will understand his reference to "within this decade" relates to when he spoke in 1962.


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Public domain material isn't subject to any restrictions -- legally you can do anything you like with it. It would be respectful (but not required) to honor the intent of the material and not distort its meaning, and to credit the source.


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I think it would make perfect sense to take out the time relevant sentences that are about the soviets, war, etc. Just make sure you don't take things out of context and you quote the text you do use. Good luck!


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If you actually plan to follow through with getting into video editing then I would fork out a few bucks to get Adobe After Effects, currently it costs $20/month. It is relatively cheap and there are thousands of amazing (and free) AE tutorials on YouTube.


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I've been making YouTube videos for 8 years. At first I was using iMovie, which came free with my Mac laptop. It's a solid piece of basic editing software. I did very precise editing, added music, transitions, and some special effects on about 300 videos with it. (They're on YouTube.com/CreatedByBrett if you want to see the quality.) But you're using ...


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Apple's Motion has a variety of distortion effects that you can apply to existing video. For example, you could use the "Poke" filter from the "Distortion" category to do something similar to the above video.


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I'd agree with Dr Mayhem's comment that it's risky to have a file with content you don't want public sitting there on your laptop hooked up to a projector. mkvmerge, or another remuxing tool, will be able to chop up your video. I think avidemux might do well for this, since you can use the GUI to find edit points, and it supports remuxing instead of ...


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I like to think of alternate ways to do things, so here are a few. One variation of the split screen is a picture-in-picture layout, where Caller B is in a small (often rectangular) box overlaid on the main shot of Caller A. Another variation of the split screen is a "cloudy" picture-in-picture, where Caller B appears as a cloud-shaped image with fuzzy ...


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"Raw" ususally refers to uncompressed video (though this is technically wrong), meaning you probably have a very large file. Rendering is the process of re-encoding the video using another codec, usually to reduce file-size while maintaining a decent enough video quality. The reason that .mp4-files with the H264-codec are widely used is that they offer a ...


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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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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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