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The tee muxer is suitable for this. ffmpeg \ -f v4l2 -standard PAL -thread_queue_size 2048 -i /dev/video1 \ -f alsa -thread_queue_size 2048 -i hw:2,0 \ -map 0 -map 1 \ -vf yadif=1 \ -vcodec libx264 -preset superfast -crf 23 -flags +global_header \ -acodec libmp3lame -b:a 128k -ac 2 -ar 48000 \ -f tee "vhs_output.mov|[f=nut:onfail=ignore]pipe:1" | ffplay -


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I believe Proxy Mode is what you are looking for. You can find it in the Playback Menu. Playback > Proxy Mode >


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I don't think there is a way to accomplish this, since you can apply effects on nested sequences as well as to single clips, which means the nested sequence might look different in the main sequence than it does in the nested one. My humble guess is that that is also the reason why Premiere does not use the existing preview files. A workaround would be to ...


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An SSD is a replacement for a hard drive, not a replacement for RAM. RAM previews are rendered into your computer's system RAM, not to internal storage (and then you can save the RAM preview to disk if you wish). Having said that, I recently replaced a 7200rpm internal hard drive in my macbook pro, and added some more RAM. It makes a huge difference to ...


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You have to use the update option. -vf fps=1 -s 320x240 -update 1 d:\preview\out.jpg This will rewrite onto the same file. To avoid a possible read op in the middle of the updating, you can add -atomic_writing 1


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You should double-check: your speakers' volume (just in case) audio volume settings in VSDC (see the image)


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Quarter of 4K is still 1080. Depending on your rig it still might chug thru playback. I would look into proxies as they are pretty quick to set up and would drastically improve workability.


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The final processed stream has to be cloned and mapped, so for the given command, ffmpeg.exe -re -t 00:00:35.000 -i input.mp4 -i overlay.png -filter_complex "[0:v]scale=1200:720[scaled];[1:v]scale=150:-1[overl];[scaled][overl]overlay=main_w-overlay_w-10:10,split=2[logo][preview];[preview]fps=4,scale=320x240[preview]" -map "[logo]" -map 0:a -c:a copy -c:v ...


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I used to get stuck with this problem. I finally solved it by changing the "video playback settings" from "the sequence settings" in the "sequence" menu. The default resolution is 1920 x 1080. I changed it to 640 x 360, and after that playback was always 100% smooth, even while using a mixture of .mts and .mvi full HD files, with contrast and brightness ...


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Technically most of the state of the art products of animatics are made from not only 1 but many software. It all starts from visualization to animation and rendering. But no matter how excellent the tools you use if the person who's operating it does not have the skills and talent, it will be a waste of time.


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This looks like you have the Faux Italic option activated. You can turn that option on and off using the switch at the bottom of the Character panel. Here's a screenshot of that panel with Faux Italic turned on. You can use that option to simulate an italic (slanted) version of a font that doesn't come in that style. It's generally a bad idea to use this ...


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You can delete Render files by going: Sequence > Delete Render Files Or by using third-party programs.


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If you rename a project it continues to link to the old preview files. Any new preview files Premiere creates are saved in a new folder with the updated project name. So you'd be using media from two different folders at that point. If you delete the old preview files then Premiere will just re-render them when needed. I tested this by creating a project ...


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