Doug Swift: Activity About Images
Doug Swift

Member Since:
June 17th 2013
15 Posts
Blemish on image
by Doug Swift 5 years ago
I have a spot on the lower left corner of my videos which, at first, I thought was dust or dirt on the lens. But I have cleaned the uv protoector thoroughly, then went on to clean the lens as well, re
Re: Blemish on image
by Doug Swift 5 years ago
Well, jeez, Jeff, why didn't I think of that There it was, a sticky little speck. Many thanks! Doug
Remove blemish
by Doug Swift 6 years ago
I'm just curious how others might try to repair this image. I got a nice interview with this subject, and I like the look, but the camera captured an obvious smudge on the mirror that was not so obvio
Re: Remove blemish
by Doug Swift 6 years ago
Thanks, Conrad. I'll give that a try first. I appreciate hearing different suggestions. Doug
HD and SD in same sequence
by Doug Swift 7 years ago
Any tips on how to work with HD and SD in the same sequence I'm new to Premiere Pro, and certainly no expert in technical matters. What I've found out so far is that if I choose an HD clip to format t
Re: HD and SD in same sequence
by Doug Swift 7 years ago
Thanks, Jeff. Will do!
Disappearing bins
by Doug Swift 7 years ago
I've seen mentioned that some users have had an effects bin or two disappear upon starting up PP. When I started up today, ALL of my bins were gone, along with the 40 or 50 files (or more) that were i
Re: Disappearing bins
by Doug Swift 7 years ago
Thanks for the help, Angelo. Luckily it was an easier fix than this. The bins were drilled down some how, and I was able to find them by clicking the little folder in the upper left hand corner of the
"Can't activate recorder, try resetting the camera"
by Helgi Johannsson 15 years ago
Hi, I used to import in Premiere Pro 1.5 without trouble, but then all the sudden I get this when I go to capture: "Can't activate recorder, try resetting the camera" I've tried connecting multiple ca
Re: "Can't activate recorder, try resetting the camera" SOLVED
by Doug Swift 7 years ago
In my situation, the capture setting did match the settings of the format. I shot in DV, and capture settings were DV. The wrinkle was that, in the meantime, I had shot in HDV. It was the CAMERA's set
Import 24 p
by Doug Swift 7 years ago
Hi Everyone, I'm new here, and new to Premiere Pro, so forgive me if I sound stupid. I've searched the site for an answer to this problem, which others have had, and have not found a proper resolution
Re: Import 24 p
by Doug Swift 7 years ago
Great advice, Ryan. I can't thank you enough. Doug
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