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Simply double click the Sequence Preview and you get handles to resize the footage and you can drag the footage around in the frame.


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Here's the "Premiere" way to do it. Create N sequences, one for each of the N speakers you want to create an output clip for. Copy (by reference) the clip into each of the N sequences. If you do this correctly, you will have N sequences and 1 clip in your project folder. For each sequence, set the in and out points of the clip to bound the speaker of ...


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The easiest way I've found is to simply click the New Item button at the bottom-right of the Project window and select "Sequence..." to create a new one; you'll need one Sequence for each clip section you've created: From there, You can simply copy/cut and paste each section of video into its respective Sequence. You'll want to make sure the old sections ...


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Yes and no, you can do it without duplicating the clip, but not without a second layer. Instead of using a second copy of the clip, you can use an adjustment layer. You make a new adjustment layer by creating a New Item in the Project window. You add that adjustment layer over top of the video you want to adjust and then you apply your masking to the ...


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I would honestly suggest outputting the whole thing to a lossless format and then using another tool to split the file. Depending on if you have audio, it could be particularly easy to do by exporting as an image sequence and simply moving and renaming the images for each 30 second clip and then encoding each. If they have audio, then you'd want to ...


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There is no ideal solution to your problem, if you don't want the black bars. Pick your main timeline frame size and aspect ratio, and make all the clips fit that timeline. This, of course will reduce the resolution of your smaller clips. If most of your clips have a frame size of 1280x720 and therefore a 16x9 aspect ratio, then create a timeline that has ...


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Go to File > Project Manager. Select the problem sequence. In the "Resulting Project" menu, select "Collect Files and Copy" In its options, select "Exclude Unused Clips" and unselect everything else. Pick your destination path (not the drive where your .avi are located). Press OK and start the copying process. Once the copy is done, select all these files (...


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I fixed this by using the flag -pix_fmt yuv420p, for some reason the default pixel format is not supported in premiere pro cs6.


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There are several ways to do this. The basic idea is always the same: You overlay a color and then animate it's hue. To get rid of all other color, you can either convert the footage to black-and-white (which can again be achieved using different techniques) or put the color on an adjustment layer with the blending mode set to color. This is the preferred ...


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The video clip I'm trying to reposition has been split into three separate clips with the Cutting Tool and then Grouped together. This is the key to your problem (emphasis mine). In Premiere Pro, you cannot move a video clip around within the frame in your Program Monitor view if it has been grouped together with other timeline objects. The application ...


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Based on info revealed in chat: I trying to install that on windows 10 32 bit . Is it a problem ? the answer is that since version CS5, Premiere Pro is 64-bit only and can't be installed on a 32-bit OS.


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after posting this I randomly stumbled upon a setting in Preferences. Preferences -> Memory Optimize rendering for performance Changed to "Memory" Looks fine now.


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You might try CCExtractor. I'm not sure if it supports text tracks in .MOV containers, but it's a good starting point. I can create .SRT files which are common companion files for captioning.


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An und handled execption is never a good sign. That means its either a bug in the application, in that case there is usually not much you can do other than sending Adobe a detailed report about the crash. Another possibility can be a malfunctioning driver or a hardware failure. Maybe you have recently installed something or updated a driver? Reverse that ...


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