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It looks like Snapping is turn on. Toggle it with N or use the snapping icon (next to clip view options and transitions etc).


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One (probably dumb) way to do this is: Select all 11 clips again and create a new, temporary Multicam clip. Double-click the temporary multicam clip and find out the exact timecode where the new, 11th clip was added. Copy the 11th clip. Delete the newly created temporary multicam clip Double-click the original multicam clip Navigate to that exact same ...


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I'm a novice in Resolve, Premiere, and FCPX, but in case none emerges to write up an in-built or automatic procedure, in your place I would think of it as two ops: First calculate and apply the correct playback speed adjustment. For your example: clip1: 56-38 = 18 frames difference, 19 frames inclusive clip2: 40-27= 13 frames difference, 14 frames inclusive ...


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I agree with my fellow German dude. Lowering the framerate (until 24) can increase the feeling of uncontrolled speed and momentum. If you already did that and didn't get the effect you were looking for, here's how you can use some trickery to fake it: Motion blur! It helps selling the effect big time. I recommend using a radial blur which is going outwards ...


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I think you should consider to lower the frame rate or if possible change shutter angle. 60fps make the footage more crisp and take away the effect you looking for. https://photography.tutsplus.com/articles/quick-tip-how-does-shutter-speed-affect-video--photo-12092 Or consider a plug-in to add motion blur. https://sellfy.com/p/phtl/


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If your show requires some level of postproduction, then: 1 Record the live video feed of the presenter's slideshow. Don't just export the slides as a movie from Keynote. Syncing slides manually will definitely keep you up into the wee hours of the morning, so don't do it. 2 Import the camera feed(s) of the speaker, any extra audio sources, and the ...


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When you click on the share button you will see “Add Destination “. In the window, you see all the possible export formats. Formats with “Small” or SD will make the export file size smaller. Try MPEG if your device can play it. However, with small file sizes, your tradeoff is low video quality in most cases.


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I think the answer depends upon what frame rate you want to deliver your video at. In general it is better to shoot at the delivery frame rate. I agree they probably won't go far out of sync if the clips are only short (a minute or so). If you do need to adjust them, I would frame rate adjust whichever clip is going to be on screen for less time in the ...


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We cannot tell by the information you're giving. The "upload to youtube" function uses some sort of container and some sort of codec with some sort of bitrate that we don't know, however, 8Gb for an hour in 4K is a very small file. I remember exporting a shortfilm at about 24 Minutes in 1080p and having a 15Gb file. Youtube converts your file after you ...


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To freeze your current state of work you need to load a Library and right click on a Project. Important is you need to choose Duplicate as Snapshot. Only then you make a protected copy of your current work. Here is why: When you have compounded clips in your project, these clips living outside of your project, available to all Projects in the Library. When ...


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Camera lower to the ground always looks faster Wider image (this example is very wide) Sound makes a difference. Watch this example muted and then loud) Ask all the other drivers to go slow. :-]


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I'm not 100% sure this is the correct settings, but it does seem to be closer to the real thing since YouTube no longer shows the warning when you use these settings. They key seems to use H.264 with the .mp4 format. The way to choose mp4, is to change the Format from Video and Audio (.mov), to Computer (.mp4): This uploads cleanly to YouTube with no ...


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I think the best way would be to create a new library with a new project, then select the entire timeline in the old project, then drag all into the new project in the new library. That should give only the media used. Make sure that in the settings the leave file is selected.


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Zoom in for more precise placements and turn snapping off.


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Make sure you are not have Transform, Crop or Distort icon active under the player. This disables slimming until you deselect it.


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Hi This article might help as well, sending direct from FCPX to Handbrake FCPX to Handbrake


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This article should help custom resolution and frame rate in FCPX


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Try under the ”Window” menu the ”Zoom” function. That should resize the FCPX window (and any other Mac OS window) so that all is visible.


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I can't see your timeline so I'm not sure if this might help too: I think you can select all clips within the timeline and than group them (alt + g) to a compound clip. This way you can add effects onto the compound layer and it will be placed on all.


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Thanks for the info! I didn't have the app "DSPPublishing Server" in my Activity Monitor. Instead I force quit Create DVD, through the Activity Monitor. This seemed to solve the problem for me. It restarted and finished the DVD.


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