Codec workflow on PC Premiere Pro? by Dennis Chang 1 year ago I am wondering about the benefits of converting my DSLR h.264 footage to an intermediary codec such as Prores, DnxHd, or Cineform for the advantages of the 4:2:2 vs 4:2:0 colorspace when color-correct
Re: Codec workflow on PC Premiere Pro? by EricBowen 1 year ago This is older blog post but still gives an idea of why Cineform is a better option for grading and such. Also Pro res and DNxHD are DCT codecs which means block based compression. Cineform is Wavelet
Matte/Mask Question? by Gregg T. Karr 4 years ago Yet another final cut defector I use mattes often, and in FCP it worked great. I could create my matte (whatever size and shape) and place it on a video layer. I could then place my video graphic on t
Re: Matte/Mask Question? by Curt Story 2 years ago I realize this thread is a few years old, but I found it trying to solve a similar problem: I want to create create a matte for still photos I'm moving in the timeline. Now, if you use a "track matte"
Audio Skips in Premiere but not Source by Dennis Chang 3 years ago I'm having a problem with a few of my video files. In the VLC media player they play fine and the audio is in sync. However, when I import them to Premiere, they sound like they are fast forwarding. T
Drawing on Video with Wacom Bamboo by Dennis Chang 3 years ago Hello, I'm looking for a good workflow for drawing on videos sports-commentary style. The video will stop on a still each time this happens. I have a Wacom Bamboo and Camtasia so I'm thinking to just
Re: Drawing on Video with Wacom Bamboo by Jean Poole 3 years ago You can work directly on video within photoshop ( and or after effects ) : eg http: www.adobe.com designcenter-archive cs4 articles lrvid4107_xp.html or https: vimeo.com 14573273 http: skynoise.net pr