Premiere Integration/Workflow Issues by Kurt Larson 8 years ago Hey guys so basically what I want to do is do all my editing (cuts transisions audio) in premiere then bring it over to after effects to do my color grading, visual effects. What is the best way to do
Re: Premiere Integration/Workflow Issues by Gleb Rysanov 8 years ago Kurt Larson "What about a .XML I know it's mostly used for final cut, but will it take care of the transition problem " Not sure about XML implementation in PPro, but I once used this to export cuts
Low Res Playback of AE Comp Bug.. Confirm? by Matt Trubac 8 years ago I am having an issue with dynamic link between ppro and ae. Here is what I have done... I started my project in FCP so that I could use Pluraleyes to sync 4 camera angles. I already own Pluraleyes for
Output is milky by Dave Rogers 8 years ago I have edited my footage and color corrected it, it looks fine in Premiere but on output it looks milky and desaturated when viewed with VLC. I have tried various output formats and they all have the
Color Correction Querry by Darin Griffith 8 years ago We have a new podcast set that we shot some footage on yesterday and I have a dilema to deal with. On the set we have the host and guest seated on opposite sides of a small table. Behind them is a 37"
Re: Recreating DSLR grain for compositing by Gleb Rysanov 8 years ago Hello Nicholas, First of all, there is no such thing as 'DSLR grain,' for grain only pertains to film as opposed to digital footage that can only have noise (though various types of it). Recreating gr
Interpret Footage Changes In & Out Points by Dan Turner 8 years ago Hi, So we've been working on project all shot at 60P, to be interpreted to 25P. We make timelines of footage as banks to pull from, so in out points are added in the source window, then dragged to lay
PPro Tutorials for Beginners by Zach Rice 8 years ago Hey all, Just started a blog on Premiere Pro. I was bored one day and had a screen capture program so I figured I do some good and lend my knowledge of this wonderful program to the world. I'll be put
Re: PPro Tutorials for Beginners by Gleb Rysanov 8 years ago Dylan Hargreaves "In a stereo sequence, PPro will not edit the audio into the timeline." You can link video and audio clips (select them all, right click - link) and be able to move and edit them as
Multicam Behavior by Matt Trubac 8 years ago Is there a way to keep Premiere Pro Multicam monitor from cutting back to the angle I started on every time I stop playback I'd like to start on angle 1, cut to 3, cut to 2, back to 3, and hit stop to
Re: Multicam Behavior by Gleb Rysanov 8 years ago Hello Matt, Not sure if that behavior can be changed. But there's a workaround: instead of playing through a sequence and recording your edits, you can just move the CTI and switch between cams as you
updating imported premiere sequences? by Aira Vehaskari 8 years ago Hello everyone, I think I've done due diligence, but searching google and the forums haven't turned up an answer that I could find. I'm working with cs5 production premium on a Mac. I've imported five
Re: updating imported premiere sequences? by Gleb Rysanov 8 years ago You are welcome, Aira. As regards your note, I believe nesting projects is quite different thing as compared to sharing sequences between projects. It's like when you steal some meal from your spouse'
frame rate playback problems by Peter Schagen 8 years ago Hi there guys, I'm having some problems with some video footage I'm trying to edit. The footage has a 29.97 fps but Adobe Premiere interprets the footage as 24 fps. So when I try to view it in preview
MP3s crackly with Matrox MX02 Mini by Tim Johnston 8 years ago I have both the BlackMagic Intensity Pro and Matrox MX02 Mini installed in the same machine, and have been going back and forth, trying to figure out which works better. I already dealt with the probl
Re: MP3s crackly with Matrox MX02 Mini by Gleb Rysanov 8 years ago Hello Tim, MP3 being a compressed format, working with it mastered to 0dB you run at risk that decompression approximations (there is always a little bit of approximation, quntization errors and such