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I want to cut an existing movie and want to remove all the language track from it. ffmpeg -i -c copy -an video_only.mp4 How do I remove all the soundtracks except the one I need? ffmpeg -i -c copy -map 0:a:1 specified.mp4 Reference: http://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/Map


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I don't think you can keyframe this. I would duplicate my clip, and set one with the first blend mode, the other with the second. Then crossfade between the two.


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You might be doing nothing wrong. I find dynamic linking between Premiere and After Effects still slow and buggy in CC2020. If I have a complex comp in AE, I would pre-render in AE, not using the pre-render function in the Compositions menu (because that seems to irreprably delete the original comp, unless anyone else knows otherwise?), but by exporting the ...


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The high pass plugin in Photoshop doesn't exist natively in After Effects or Premiere. The Find Edges tool approximates the kind of effect you're after, but given that it's for a scientific assessment of something, probably won't work for you: You could try something like the Unsharp Mask in After Effects or Premiere, and then apply it back to the original ...


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There isn't a way to do it per se but there is an easy workaround: Select all clips with the outdated effect Right click and remove attributes Select the effect you want to update and remove it. Then copy the clip with the updated effect and right click all other clips again to paste attributes.


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