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Both Pinnacle Studio 17 and Premiere Pro CC will suit the needs you listed, but only Premiere Pro accepts .psd files, Pinnacle Studio does not. Furthermore, Premiere Pro has an option to directly export frames to Photoshop, edit them there, and import them back to Premiere Pro. That sounds like a feature you will find useful.


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Lighting a green screen is even harder than lighting a whiteboard. And performing in front of a green screen also requires practice different than that of writing on a whiteboard. Here are two alternative strategies which you can possibly blend to taste. The first, and most obvious, is to get a standard 4'x8' bead board. Put that board on the wall ...


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I don't think you can achieve this on a live webcast with only a laptop. You will want either: a dedicated PC with an I7 or better CPU, appropriate video hardware (Blackmagic capture card or comparable) and software switch (Wirecast or comparable), or a hardware video switch (Blackmagic ATEM 1 M/E or comparable). Having purchased both types of systems in ...


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Have you considered not using a whiteboard and instead using graphics for whatever you planned to put on the whiteboard? It will be much clearer and easier to read (assuming you choose your fonts carefully). You could replace the whiteboard with a green screen (which you can get from Amazon for around $15-30US). You'd need to light the green screen evenly, ...


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Both options will achieve most of what you need (possibly not PSDs, but you can use transparent TGAs exported from Photoshop), however Premiere Pro is a far more powerful and professional option. If you don't like the idea of subscribing, I believe Premiere Pro CS6 is still available for one time purchase. Alternately, Sony's Vegas Pro is also a highly ...


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It isn't really clear what you are asking here. The 23.9 frame rate is most likely 23.976 which is the more accurate standard frame rate for 24fps. This shouldn't result in a stutter. It is possible that your computer is simply not powerful enough to play the video smoothly. Are you trying to capture from both the Intensity and the MX02 at the same ...


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If your cameras have a LANC port, you can build yourself a LANC controller using arduinos: http://controlyourcamera.blogspot.de/2011/02/arduino-controlled-video-recording-over.html?m=1 Or alternatively get a cheap lanc controller. http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=281983277383&alt=web Depending on the camera you are going to use, ...


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