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Your program probably re-encoded the resulting video file from scratch and used whatever setting it considered okay. If you want to have more control about the process and/or do not want it to re-encode the video at all (if both are of the same format), then I strongly suggest looking into ffmpeg for this. For reference, https://trac.ffmpeg.org/wiki/...


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The easiest way to do this would be to get a graphic tablet (like a Wacom tablet or a cheaper alternative) and record the screen as you write on a drawing program such as gimp, illustrator, Photoshop, paint.net, etc. with a recording program such as OBS. You can set up custom pens that use the speed, angle, pressure, etc. of your drawing to imitate the look ...


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In most cases, drawing-pads are usually used. However, you can draw on paper in a light-tent and imitate the motion of pens and brushes over the paper in post. This will be a more difficult option though as it takes much more time in post.


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Firstly - Davinci Resolve (since v15) now includes Fusion as a sub-tool. Additionally some component features of Fusion are embedded within the Resolve interface and conversely some features of Resolve are accessible from within the Fusion tool. So ... I will try and answer below - as if Resolve did not include any Fusion components: Resolve has its well ...


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I have been using BlackMagic Design Davinci Resolve for sometime and here's a small bit of information which I can share with you. Davinci Resolve is a video editing software. You can do editing, transitions, world's best colorgrading, audio adjustments and exporting the video from this one software. Davinci Resolve is a complete video editing suite with ...


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By comparing the original 5 second scene, with the time reversed video, produced by kapwing reverse video online, it's apparent that the last one is the natural and realistic movement.


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Try adobe media encoder import your clips trim them and batch export


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I think you can sort videos only in folders, then import sorted folders to premiere. Maybe you can open playlist in video player, select all videos and copy/paste them all to new folder. Also you can import all videos in Premiere Pro, then open folder by double-click on project panel and switch to preview mode. Then you can move mouse over clips, watch them ...


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You can code custom plugins for Shotcut video editor using MLT, frei0r, or WebVfx plugin. MLT and frei0r plugins require C or C++ coding; whereas WebVfx lets you use HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, SVG, and WebGL. : https://shotcut.org/notes/make-plugins/ I like unity3d for audio/video things Obviously, have a go on Milkdrop if you want fluid dynamics code, else ...


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you just right clic the clip, select insert / remove embelop , velocity , then rise up that green line that appears on your clip.


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Why not import the folder into PP and watch and sort them in PP? After all that is the whole purpose of the application. As you watch them you add the ones you want to the end of a timeline (hit the . key). This is called an assembly edit. Then you can trim your selected clips later.


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