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Is it possible to edit a still image in Photoshop which is part of a sequence in Premier Pro?
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You can import Photoshop files to Premiere Pro, so that whatever change you make in the Photoshop file also appears in Premiere, like this:

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Curriculum for Cinematography
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Read American Cinematographer. Check out this famous series of “master classes” KODAK Cinematography Master Class. In this previously linked excerpt, it's John Seale who takes a bunch of students ...

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What is the size of 1 minute video at 1920 x 1080 (60 fps)?
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Try those calculators, they should do the trick. http://www.digitalrebellion.com/webapps/videocalc

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Match color between 10 cameras
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The only thing you can do to mitigate your pain in post is to white balance all of them on the day of the shoot in the conditions of the shoot (shoot lighting, etc), probably right before the shoot. ...

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How to throw fire from a Saxophone (in live)?
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A tube is clipped to the side of the sax. At one end of the tube is the little flame. At the other end, off frame, a technician holds a small canister of gas equipped with a valve. The valve helps the ...

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How should I light two people teaching a dance video tutorial?
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I've been in similar situations/venues in the past. It reads to me like you have little to no budget and no crew to speak of, since you are asking the question yourself which suggests that you are ...

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beginning of old VHS tape unreachable
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27-years old?! Forget it. Tapes need to be regularly forwarded and rewound, fully, for them not to stick. If that tape of yours remained unused for so many years, it might be too late. Talk to a ...

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Losing audio/video sync in Adobe Premiere with mp4's
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I would strongly suggest that you don't work with mp4/H264 files for sync-sensitive work. Transcode the files and work with those.

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Automatically sync text to video for subtitles
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What you're looking for might be something like ScriptSync. It used to be included with Avid's Media Composer. These days you need to purchase it separately. http://www.avid.com/US/industries/...

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Organizing a Multicam Clip in Premiere
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I was recently editing a 5-camera short film with Premiere. Over 7 hrs worth of footage. Lots of going back and forth over the clips. Lots of trying different angles. All that over many weeks. Yet, we ...

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Easily replace clips in Premiere Pro
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Go to File > Project Manager. Select the problem sequence. In the "Resulting Project" menu, select "Collect Files and Copy" In its options, select "Exclude Unused Clips" and unselect everything else. ...

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Where do you charge your batteries?
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If there's no electricity and you're not keen on using a generator, this is your solution: a DIY battery solar charger

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How do I get good at animation even though I'm not good at drawing and digital art?
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Practice. Practice. Practice. If you can't draw at all, try stop-motion animation. Ask yourself: what do I find compelling about animation? What does it do that no other form of expression does? I'm ...

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Is there a "Lightroom for Video" product?
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Short answer, there is not really any "Lightroom" for video. But there are non linear editing programs out there that do all the things you want to do with your footage. So, as someone else said here, ...

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How to setup Adobe Premiere Pro CC to edit Interview type videos for YouTube
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What presets do you recommend when creating Premiere project for a YouTube video? I read that YouTube recommends uploading 720p videos, but nothing like that exists in Premiere presets. Any preset ...

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How can you get clips from different YouTube videos to have the same resolution or frame size in Adobe Premier Pro CS6 2017?
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There is no ideal solution to your problem, if you don't want the black bars. Pick your main timeline frame size and aspect ratio, and make all the clips fit that timeline. This, of course will ...

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What equipment do I needed for filming dance instruction?
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To answer your questions: 1) A DSLR is fine for a first try out. As an acquisition format (not delivery), HD is on its way out very fast though. The rage these days in 2K or actually 4K. So, later or ...

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How should I mic dance instructors when video recording?
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I just noticed your asking about mics. Good that you're thinking about the issue. Scout the locations beforehand and avoid places with bad reverb (or weird sounds) at all costs. As mentioned in my ...

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What would be a good video editing computer?
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Yes, it's powerful enough, even to edit features ... as long as: you use low-resolution proxies (copies) for long projects. you edit from an external drive with USB3 or better and not from your ...

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Can you see vimeo upload progress in Premiere CC?
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No. There's no such thing. Vimeo will show you a gauge as soon as it starts processing your video.

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Maintaining thumbnails in Premiere CC
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Allocate as much RAM to Premiere as possible (in the settings), and, as Kazanaki suggested, learn to use proxies (lower resolution copies of your master files).

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How to do picture in picture with Premier Pro Multicamera
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You can't select, say, two video tracks from your Multi-cam sequence and show them at the same time. You're going to have to go at it separately. A Multi-Cam sequence is really for going back and ...

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Synchronise in Premier Pro
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Use In/Out points. Put an "In" point on the audio clip, and one on each of the already-synced video clips. Those "In" points should be put on the same sync points (that is, moments that are clearly ...

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Adobe Premiere - how do I find a clip using a removed plugin?
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Select the first minute of your timeline. Remove all effects. See if you still get the message. If not, Undo (put effects back). Select minute 2 of your timeline, do the same thing (remove effects, ...

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Replacing footage to a video with different frame rate - how to make timeline clips not slip?
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Not sure I get what you're describing, but here are some ideas: Right click on your clip in the timeline and select the "Speed/Duration" option. Have fun. If you want that added clip to have its own ...

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Premiere distorts 2.0 anamorphic R3D footage when paused in the source viewer
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Just finished working with exact same sort of footage. I never got that issue. Update Premiere CC. Start a new project from scratch. Import one R3D file and create a sequence from it. See what ...

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MP4s skip when put into lightworks
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Don't do sync work with the MP4s/H264 codec. Use proper codecs (ProRes or DNxHD). Work with .wav or .aif audio files. Keep an eye on your audio file sample rates. Lightworks is much less forgiving to ...

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Making Premiere Pro Project Codecs Cross-Platform Compatible (Windows & Mac)
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It has nothing to do with a codec or Apple (I assume he/she has QT installed on the PC anyway). Here's what's going on: the PC version of Premiere is cracked and/or was not fully installed/updated. ...

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Adobe Premiere Pro CC(2015): Cache edited clips
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maybe if you used the Adobe Creative Cloud you could upload your footage to it ... if you have an account with them and if you a fast-enough internet connection. otherwise, make lo-res proxies and ...

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Adding annotation to existing video file
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Take a look at Blender or Lightworks (both free). You can import footage and add text or shapes (simple one with Lightworks) to it.

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