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Recording hz doesn't really matter in this instance, but it's best if your sources match, so make sure they're both set to either 44.1 or 48. There is a built-in automated audio syncing option in Premiere, so it's very easy to sync when editing. Here's your whole workflow: Make sure you're recording audio on both interfaces, so both Audacity and your ...


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You create the whole graphic as a still image - for the above, likely a 1080 x 28000 px image to start with. Then I'd import the image into either Premiere or After Effects based on what you're more comfortable using. Then you set a keyframe on the initial position of the graphic - then move the graphic horizontally to the left, all the way to the end, ...


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Press once the record button to start recording. Clap 3 to 5 times. Import both video and audio into Premiere. Align the peaks in the audio of when you were clapping. Once you've done that, mute the audio that comes with video, and only enable audio that you've recorded separately. I've also paid $200 or so for pluraleyes. The way you use this is ...


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Try transcoding and relinking the media: File → Media Management.


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If you're going to be editing in premiere, then it doesn't matter which screen capture software you use. Even if your screen capture software outputs a video file that is incompatible with Premiere by default, you can use a free tool like ffmpeg to convert that file into something Premiere can handle. I found this ffmpeg command in the answer to this ...


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Basic syntax is ffmpeg -i in -vf "split=2[pip][full];[pip]crop=W:H:X:Y[pip];[full][pip]overlay=W-w:H-h,crop=iw-M:ih:M:0" -c:a copy out where W,H,X,Y are as per your diagram. M is the margin from the left edge which needs to be cropped out. Select M so that iw-M results in an even number.


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I use Open Broadcast Software, it's free! https://obsproject.com/ To answer your question directly, the videos exported from both of those applications are compatible with Premiere Pro.


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If you are going to use Premiere for editing, there is no point in looking at the editing advantages, they won't be higher than Premiere's capabilities for sure. Some polls have Filmora lower in rating, but the only issues were with editing. I was making screen capture for programming videos, and on Mac, I wasn't using anything but quick time player, ...


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i quit the create dvd icon and it disappears and then the writing to disc icon appears to compete the disc... as if there was a glitch in the writing to disc animation... good luck


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I would recommend Audacity or OBS to record the sound from the microphone, then put it in the Premiere and synchronize it. OBS is not only for streaming, but you can use it to record a separate soundtrack from a microphone while having a camera connected. Then in Premiere Pro you mute the soundtrack from the camera and leave the soundtrack from the ...


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i found my answer in this link: strftime - format date and time strftime(3) - Linux man page ex: i use this command for demo and i made several other command for different date format ffmpeg -y -i input.mp4 -vf "drawtext=fontfile=roboto.ttf:fontsize=36:fontcolor=yellow:text='%{pts\:gmtime\:1575526882\:%A, %d, %B %Y %I\\\:%M\\\:%S %p}'" -preset ultrafast -...


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I did it with shotcut. Credit to: https://forum.shotcut.org/t/export-one-track/7503/3 Steps Load video into shotcut click+drag video down to timeline move playhead to desired position & Split at Playead (S) click on a clip I want to export, then Copy (C) Open Playlist view (from top bar) press the plus (+) button in the bottom left, at the bottom of ...


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