ZeroFlux
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Chromakey (Green Screen) Best Practices in Adobe After Effects
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Assuming the lighting is solid, you should be in good shape. I haven't used the keying features of iMovie, but I can give you a few tips for After Effects. I'll defer to any power users of AE's keying ...

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Is it possible to select particular portion of a video in adobe premiere pro?,
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To build on AJ's answer in a different direction, you may want to look at After Effects, which is a popular compositing tool. In After Effects, you can use the pen tool (somewhat like the lasso tool) ...

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What software and technique would I use to achieve this effect?
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Tough question, and I imagine that those effects may be combinations of many other effects (probably in a 3D package given the context of the video itself). Barnaby Roper has a pretty interesting ...

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Want to learn the new iMovie
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I'm generally a fan of Lynda.com. If you are a student (especially in a college environment), you may have free access to Lynda at your library. It looks like there are a series of tutorials for ...

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Create quickly alternating clips in Premiere Pro
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I would imagine that the music video you posted used manual edits to achieve that effect. However, there are a few automated beat detection utilities out there which you might like. One After Effects /...

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Sources to learn more about Audio/Video compression, codecs, algorithms etc.
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If anyone else is interested, Coursera just started a "Fundamentals of Digital Image and Video Processing" in partnership with Northwestern University. From the syllabus, it looks like many relevant ...

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GIF individual frame timing
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That does sound like a tricky issue. Have you tried opening the GIF in PhotoShop using video to layers (file > import > video to layers)? If so, did the timing appear accurate? What are you ultimately ...

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Premiere Pro - How to make a slideshow/compilation
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Premiere Pro has a number of default transitions under the "video transitions" tab in the effects pane (usually located in the bottom left of the window). Are those what you are looking for? If you ...

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How can I convert frame rates without changing speed?
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If you can easily record the video again natively in 24fps, that would be your best solution. However, you may also want to investigate a tool like Twixtor, which is built to interpolate frames for ...

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