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Mar
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answered Premier Elements “Time Slider” in Premier Pro
Mar
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Mar
23
comment Color Temperature, Contrast, Brightness, and Saturation
I can imagine a theoretical solution would be to analyse every frame of a video using these monitors, to come up with an 'overall' graph, but I've no guesses how to accomplish that.
Mar
23
answered Why does premiere perform so badly when it shouldn't?
Mar
23
comment Why does premiere perform so badly when it shouldn't?
This is a possible culprit. Almost all video cards are 'tuned' towards decoding H.264, as it is such a common and complex codec, used almost universally across the internet and consumer electronics.
Mar
23
answered gopro hd/tv out cable
Mar
23
comment Adobe Encore/Premier quick and dirty/shortcut to make DVD
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Mar
23
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Mar
9
comment What is best practice to manage “all evening” recording to allow improvements to propagate into different videos using it?
The problem described by @PeterCordes is exactly the reason large broadcast production have timecode jamming - that is, every camera is linked to a single, dedicated decide that 'sets' the time for each and every camera. Also common on feature films - the digital readout on a clapper/slate.
Mar
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comment Premiere vs Vegas performance in i7 CPU?
I don't believe there can be a answer to your question, as there are many other factors all of which impact performance: footage codec, hard drive I/o speeds, RAM available. However, Premiere is both a professional program (opposed to Vegas' consumer), and supports using your graphics card, if it is CUDA-enabled.
Feb
27
comment How to improve sense of timing in motion graphics
As a good exercise, try doing something to a music track (think Merrie Melodies). The sense of rhythm and dynamics can be a cheat sheet for which action should happen next.
Jan
29
answered Adobe Encore/Premier quick and dirty/shortcut to make DVD
Jan
27
comment mistake importing footage
This would be what it is - if my memory serves me correctly, a .MTS is usually the wrapper codec for an AVCHD file, which is commonly used on Canon's dedicated video cameras (not their DSLRs, though).
Jan
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Jan
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comment Why deshaken video looks “wobbly” and how to fix it
Stabilisation is such a complex problem, mathematically and programmatically, to put it bluntly: there ain't any open source project with enough research budget (or money full stop) to make anything close to the commercial products (referring to After Effects' Warp Stabiliser, which still would struggle with this shot - and it's got all of Adobe R& D behind it).
Jan
4
comment I'm having trouble with using a NAS with After Effects
Hello, and welcome to Stack Exchange! Could we have some more details please? How are you connected to your NAS (Ethernet?), what hard drives are installed in it (7200rpm?), what version of After Effects are you using (CC 2014?), etc. The more information we have, the more likely you are to get an answer.
Jan
4
comment Programs to improve audio quality?
Once it's in post-production, it's extremely difficult... When recording next time, try things like sitting closer to the mic, closing all doors and windows, and even putting towels or mattresses against noisy walls. One of the best places to record in a home is a walk-in wardrobe.
Jan
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answered Why deshaken video looks “wobbly” and how to fix it
Jan
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answered Are introductions in other languages suitable for internet videos?
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