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If you satisfy with your video outputting on a 1080p device, the original video aspect ratio has to be 16:9; therefore, the original video has no choice to be 480p, 720p, or 1080p. The next step is the transformation, there are plenty of filters you can choose to determine it is 480p; on the other hand, choosing transforming to 720p or no transformation, ...


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The commonly used transitions are cuts and dissolves. Cuts can be edited in a variety of ways, depending on the storytelling situation, but the straight cut is the most often used transition. Any other transitions have unique purposes, but should always be motivated by the story and used sparingly. The exception to the frequency rule is when a piece adopts a ...


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Probably fade and cut. But, I must say every transition effect have a a point in terms of story telling. 'Cut' transition tells us the next scene might be in another place and time and so on.


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The filesize is determined by many factors. First, check your resolution. If you're exporting in 4k or 6k, your filesize might not be strange at all. Next, the framerate plays a big part in filesizes aswell. Check if you're exporting in 30fps (for most web-videos), 25fps (for tv) or 24fps (for cinema). It might just be that you are using something like 60 or ...


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I don't know if it is "the best" because that is a relative term. But a great option is VirtualDub2. It is a GUI, preview the cropped result and you can directly stream the audio so it does not recompress for example. You can also resample the rendered video because cropping changes the dimensions of it.


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If I interpret your timeline correctly, your video pieces are way shorter than 0.5sec. I would guess, they approx 1/60 sec long. So depending on the rendered framerate and exact the position of the pieces, the image may stay dark. I would suggest you extend your video pieces to the desired length of 0.5sec, that should solve the issue.


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There are 2 solutions: Create a sequence with all assets that have not been used so far, but which you would like to keep. Next, use the Project Manager to export all relevant files to a new location (your archive) and have "Exclude unused Clips" checked. You may choose to do 2 exports: one with all the sequences for the main video except the ...


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