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If you click on the "?" in the upper right, you'll get yellow markers that show help. One of them is "Learn More" where it brings up the user manual and a search field. When I type "titles" into the search field, it gives me a list of options, the first of which was "Add a title." According to that help section, a title lasts the entire length of the video ...


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This announcement article dated January 11, 2017 indicates that there will be an upgrade to the app FiLMiC Pro which may accommodate what you are looking for. Note that the FiLMic Pro App Store web page indicates the latest release is 12/23/2016 - I do not know when the update the article speaks of will be available: The forthcoming update will introduce ...


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You can do it by adding transitions between the speed changed clips as described in the documentation section titled Add Transitions Between Speed Segments. They say: When two adjacent speed segments are set to play at different speeds, you can control how smoothly the video switches between the playback speeds. When there’s no transition between the ...


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You can use the Time Remapping effect, and just use keyframes to ease in/out of different speeds. https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/duration-speed.html


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Unfortunately, the screen is showing the whole frame. That is all that your camera recorded. It did not record anything to the left or right of what you see. On YouTube, where many people shoot their videos in a vertical format as you did, it is common to enlarge the video to the full frame width - which will cut off the top and bottom of the video - and ...


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It's a still. For commercial beauty shots like those, you hire a hand model and freeze frame the video once the phone is held. The screen is obviously just a Greenscreen or simply black so it can be replaced afterwards. Then, the finger swipes etc are recorded seperately (probably in front of a Greenscreen) and then composited onto the screen to fit the ...


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Based on the link given in this answer on stackoverflow I will try to explain how to encode a video in an iPhone friendly format. The steps below are carried out on a Mac, but the windows version of Handbrake should be similar. Open Handbrake. Go to File -> Open Source and browse to your video. Choose MP4 File as container. Input the settings shown ...


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Your question is rather confusing, but I'm going to assume you want to avoid smooth high frame rate footage To do this, set your iPhone X to record at 24fps (or 30, if 24 is not available) and use the same frame rate (24/30fps) in Adobe Premiere. It is important to make sure your iPhone X is also recording at the correct frame rate, as recording in 60fps ...


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Well, this hardly depends on what you want to do and need. If you simply want to create cinematic images, 77D will be a lot better because of the bigger sensor. If you need highly technical and sharp images, like I would expect it from a tech YT channel, I would take the iPhone X. In the end, it matters more how you handle the camera, than what it can. ...


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This has already been mentioned above however scaling the video in the background roughly (300%) and adding a gaussian blur (soft) is common practice to achieve said effect.


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Go Pro offers both headbands and helmet mounts for their cameras. Once you learn how to position and aim your head-mounted camera based on what you want it to see, you then only need a mechanism to start/stop the camera. WiFi support and an appropriate app can be helpful.


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This should be a comment I guess but I don't have enough rep. What kind of monitor are you using? My iPhone records my 27" Retina 5k monitor just fine. My guess is you have an LCD monitor and you are having polarizing issues ( )


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Cropping the video won't help, necessarily. What you need to do is render the video with the proper aspect ratio (roughly 9x16), and at or above the iPhone's native resolution, which is 750x1334 for the iPhone 6. Source: iPhone 6 Screens Demystified It's mainly the aspect ratio that is causing the problem you're seeing. Your video is probably 16x9, which ...


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It looks like its the iPhone auto focus, try finding an app that doesn't use the auto focus


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Since you're a command-line user, you can use ffmpeg to do the conversion for you. I suspect when you mount your Sony camera, it probably always gets the same volume name. (Probably something like /Volumes/SONY/ or /Volumes/DSC/ or something like that.) You could write a script that basically walks through the directory containing the movies, and converts ...


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There're many great video editing apps in the AppStore. Unfortunately, I'm not allowed to name a specific app according to the StackExchange policy (my previous answer was banned). Some of them play sound while you do video editing (trimming, applying video effects, etc.) For sure smartphones now have enough computational power to do very complex video ...


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You can use ffprobe (which comes with ffmpeg) to give you info about your movie files from the command line. You may require some shell-fu to convert the output of ffprobe into something you can use though. I've done this in the past; basically I pipe the output of ffprobe to sed or awk to grab the bits of info I need, then use this to drive the parameters ...


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If you have Premiere, why not simply use Adobe Media Encoder? I believe it should handle your needs. There will always be some quality loss though as you will have to change codecs and the compression is going to differ. You can use high quality formats to minimize the loss, but there is going to be loss.


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At this time the iPhone 5 does NOT have that feature. The only thing you can do is download an application such as Qik or other recording in the appstore which they have a feature such pause or zoom.


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