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Since this is the top google result, I would like to give the actual solution to this problem Option 1 Duplicate the .prproj file you want to downgrade and name it temp_downgrade.prproj or something. Just so you don't have to mess with the original. Download 7zip. Right click on temp_downgrade.prproj and select Extract here. You should see temp_downgrade ...


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This is possible with the FFmpeg command ffmpeg -i input.mp4 -ss 0 -c copy -t 60 output.mp4. This would cut the video from the beginning -ss 0 to second 60 -t 60. Be aware that -ss is and offset which -t is based upon. So -ss 10 and -t 60 would result in cutting to second 70 and removing the first 10. You can use the -to option to cut at a fixed time ...


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If you have a frame where the person does not exist, you can use a tool called a difference matte. (You'll need to scroll down to the section titled "Difference Matte Effect" for a description.) It will find a difference between the frame without the person, and the frames with a person and remove areas that are the same, leaving only the difference (in this ...


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I recently encountered this exact problem and I was able to repair the file using Untrunc, a program created specifically to solve this problem, as suggested by sparrowt on SuperUser: For this method you need: another video file which isn't broken a linux installation (I used Ubuntu 12.04) and basic ability to use a command line. This is ...


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The short film, Wildebeest was rendered in Adobe After Effects and Flash. This is the quote from an interview by the director Ant Blades. "The film is animated in Flash and AfterEffects. The main aim was to be funny. The secondary aim was to develop a style I hadn’t tried before." Source:"Filmmaker Ant Blades, Wildebeest" Workflow of Mr Blades is to first ...


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There are quite a few programs that do so-called "full reference" measurement, i.e. comparing an original against a degraded signal: http://www.acceptv.com/en/products_vqa.php http://compression.ru/video/quality_measure/index_en.html (commercial) http://www.its.bldrdoc.gov/resources/video-quality-research/guides-and-tutorials/description-of-vqm-tools.aspx (...


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Final Cut Pro X has a plugin called Pro Removal that can remove moving things from the scene on fixed camera shots. Also there is a tutorial for After Effects that shows how remove objects from scene using the tracker. Also you can clean frame by frame using Photoshop or similar if you have a good amount of time to spend or a crew to help you in the task.


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Updated: this tool can now recover files from more sources. Try with recover_mp4_to_h264. It's a command line program, and will require a good reference file. Usage as indicated: recover_mp4 in_good_similar.mp4 --analyze recover_mp4 in_corrupted.mp4 {out_video.h264 | out_video.hevc | --novideo} [out_audio.aac | out_audio.wav | out_audio.mp3 | out_audio....


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If you are open to a hardware only solution (possibly cheaper than having a dedicated PC for the task and certainly far more reliable), then what you are looking for is a device called a logo generator/keyer. Basically, the device constantly outputs a video of the logo you want to overlay and keys it on to the video stream being passed through. The ...


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Gstreamer offers the ability to overlay images on videos and has also excellent live streaming capabilities. Some useful links: https://coaxion.net/blog/2013/10/streaming-gstreamer-pipelines-via-http/ https://developer.ridgerun.com/wiki/index.php/Fast_GStreamer_overlay_element#Picture_overlay_examples


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I think it is mostly a structural thing. Games generally involves simple interaction with a lot of similar content. Hardware devices have a physical interface and while they can run lots of different software, the capabilities of the device are reasonably easy to describe. For general productivity software, the interactions are complex, but not so deep, ...


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For this purpose I like to use SolveigMM Video Splitter. It's very fast and lossless video tool (no recompression) and it fully supports H.264 video (GoPro records in mp4 files using h.264 compression).


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Adobe After Effects is probably the most common application for creating motion graphics. There are plenty of books and tutorials out there to get your started.


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Yes, it is generally possible, but with a few limitations. h.264 uses what is known as a group of pictures. A group of pictures groups multiple frames together in a way that allows for further compression, but the entire group of pictures has to be decoded together. As such, it is only possible to cut a video stream in between groups of pictures. This is ...


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I haven't used VLC as my primary player since 2007. I switched over initially to KMPlayer and then Potplayer. Potplayer allows fairly flexible splitter and codec assignment for decoding. It also sports a whole host of video and audio processing filters. In fact, I believe that one can use Avisynth filters to process the video during playback, too.


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Most consumer video recording software I know compresses on capture. Mpeg and others can be configured for lower quality if you want greater compression, but unless you are recording a plain black screen at night in the dark, nothing will give you the level of compression you mention - it just isn't possible.


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A great tool for this is Davinci Resolve: https://www.blackmagicdesign.com/products/davinciresolve. It is very capable, has an excellent free version and can easily accomplish the desired tasks. A quick intro to Animating a Spite/Image over Video is shown here: -- Davinci Resolve - How to Move Images (Animate Movement) A ...


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Yes, it’s ok*, as long as you’re downloading the free version (not the one that says “Studio”) of Resolve and not trying to circumvent their copyright protection. When you download the software, they ask that you provide some information about yourself so that they can understand their market demographics. If you don’t work for a company, just put that, “...


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I would personally use After Effects, but that's because it's what I have/know. If you don't want to take the purple pill (it's a questionable life decision, let's face it) there's heaps of other software you could use, but three free ones are: Blender a FOSS 3D animation package that also does 2D and even traditional hand drawn animation, as well as ...


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I'd say fewer people may be interested in this than in fancy electronic gadgets but there is no technical reason not to review software. It's actually a lot easier as you don't have all the complications that come with shooting "real-life" footage. There are actually quite a few people reviewing mobile apps with huge success. I'd say mostly the general ...


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Used to merge them with GoPro Studio, but it took too much effort and had too many steps. Made a PowerShell script to quickly merge and convert videos using open source tools MKVTools and Handbrake. With one command line, I get my files merged and compressed to about one-fifth of the original size, ready to upload using the HandBrake preset "Vimeo YouTube ...


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Solution #2 (as Eric Vinyard suggested): 1. Locate file: C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files\Adobe\SLCache\X19zbGNfZmVhdHVyZXNf­Xw==.slc 2. Open it with a text editor (may need to open it as an admin as this is in Program Files directory) 3. Delete everything the file contains 4. Save and close 5. Set the 'Read Only' attribute for the file: Right Mouse - ...


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there is an other nice on-the-fly video overlay software called Clamp, which is a commercial add-on for Wowza Streaming Engine. This can read overlay instructions during a live event from a text file or from database and apply them on the live stream at specified times.


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I made a tool which instantly downgrades Premiere projects so they can be opened in a previous version. Try it here.


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The popular VLC media player offers low latencey multicast video streaming solutions. This is not as one-clickish as Skype, but hey, thats what you get for becoming more professional. Video streamed by VLC can have any properties regarding video resolution and quality - within the limits of your network bandwith of course. Ususally your PC will be behind a ...


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Your question is simply mistaken on multiple levels. To the best of my knowledge, there has been no announcement about an end of development of Final Cut Pro. FCPX is the current version and still gets updates and it is still a very popular piece of software. Additionally, even if they stopped development today, your premise that editing software rapidly ...


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Its hard to say what exactly is the issue without an error message. Maybe you haven't properly exported the maps and or setup SFM for Dota 2 content. There is a nice guide here that goes through the whole process step by step. You also want to check the cache and local file for both SFM and Dota 2, if an error gets detected re-export the Dota 2 content ...


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Most prosumer-level (or higher) video editing software has monitor panels which show you information about color distribution, luminace, levels and the likes. Premiere Pro for example offers a range of reference monitors. Contrary to photo editing, you can't get one measurement of those parameters for the entire video, because they of course vary from ...


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There are ways to transfer projects between different video editing programs, but they are very limited. Take a look at my answer here; this question is about transfering projects between different versions of Premiere Pro, but the answer is basically the same. You can export a project as an Edit Decision List (EDL), however this will only contain the ...


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Like slhck says, you can compare 2 digital video files with metrics like SSIM. Your question also asked about brightness and contrast, and other things which will depend on the physical monitor that the video is displayed on. If you want to be sure that the right photons come out of the screen, given the pixels it was sent, then you need to calibrate your ...


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