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There is no way to "bypass" long render times. After-Effects needs to calculate where every pixel has to be and then pack all this information into a container such as .mov or .mp4. However, you can speed up render time by enabling hardware-acceleration in the settings of After-Effects. You can also increase the amount of RAM allocated to After-...


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If you need to apply the same effect to a whole clip, you can use Master Clip effects: https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/master-clip-effects.html That way, you apply it to the file, and any clips from that file that you place into a sequence will have the same effect applied. If you need to adjust it, you only need to do it once to the master ...


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Something like this is usually not done in Premiere, since it involves motion-graphics that are way easier done in After-Effects. If you have to do this in Premiere though, the only way to make sure that - the two smaller pictures for example - align perfectly on their vertical axis is to take a look at their position and put in the same value for the x-axis ...


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You can't expand any panel to full screen in Resolve 16 like you can in Premiere Pro. You can expand the viewer to full screen with cmd/ctrl-F, and on the color page you can also get different viewer expansions with alt/opt-F and shift-F. Beyond that, if a panel can be hidden, it's listed under the Workspace menu->Panels in Workspace, or by simply ...


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Rolled back the Nvidia driver to the version before and it seems to have fixed it. Might be a bug. Typical!


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First, it doesn't sound like what you're doing in AE is actually making your podcast more interesting. It sounds like it's trivial to implement, but having multiple cameras (phones, laptops) for multiple people -- you said "we" -- and editing stuff out to keep the pacing going would be more effective overall. Sounds like you're providing a ...


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There is a 3-step solution- Insert an empty caption in the beginning Move captions to 0 mark of your sequence If you hold CMD/CTRL while dragging out the end of a caption, it ripple-shifts all the captions after it. So just grab the tail of first, empty caption and extend it to the mark where the text should begin


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