Podcast #128: We chat with Kent C Dodds about why he loves React and discuss what life was like in the dark days before Git. Listen now.

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If you don't want your video to be up-scaled then you need to output at the native resolution of the screen. The physical size doesn't matter, what matters is the pixel dimensions. However, if the footage is not shot at the native resolution (and I don't think there are many 14K cameras around) you're going to have to resize it to fit. Whether you do that ...


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I don't think CC cylinder create true 3D objects, they are really just flat 2D planes with 3D shaded shapes on them. I think Hans' suggestion of creating 3D shapes in Cinema4D (a basic version ships with AE CC 2015) is probably the way to go.


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There are at least three ways to put things together in Premiere Pro: linking, grouping, and nesting. Linking is the lowest-level, assigning audio tracks to a single video clip. You cannot link two video clips together, regardless of how much audio they may want to share. Grouping allows you to treat multiple clips of audio and video as part of the same ...


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Allocate as much RAM to Premiere as possible (in the settings), and, as Kazanaki suggested, learn to use proxies (lower resolution copies of your master files).


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No. There's no such thing. Vimeo will show you a gauge as soon as it starts processing your video.


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