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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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Have you checked that both workstations are running the same background processes and the same versions of OS and all software? My guess would be one of them doing something intensive in the background or a version mismatch somewhere.


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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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I would do this physically. Print the images out, tear them up, scan the teared sections. Then introduce the teared sections using key-framed masks with the original sections. I can't think of a way of doing this that wouldn't be time-consuming...


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I see 2 likely causes: I think Premiere still supports only frame rates up to 60 and your videos may be recorded with higher fps. Premiere tells you what the fps is, for example in Source Monitor, right click on Properties. Or in the Project Panel, you see the fps (you may have to scroll quite a bit or add the column if it's missing). If your material is ...


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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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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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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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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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According to this post, it might be because I'm using iPhone video footage which for some reason is rated at 30.01fps. They recommend converting it to 30fps first using Handbrake. I haven't tried this yet, so not sure whether it will fix it.


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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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