Repairing Scratch and Dust in old film Update by Dave Babb 4 years ago I am restoring a collection of videos I have using Adobe Premier Pro, and found one feature sadly lacking, lacking as in no NLE editor I have found (short of the cost of a 747) has a really good one.
Re: Texturing large scale terrains by Adam Trachtenberg 5 years ago If you want to do it procedurally you can use the Effects Terrain Mask shader to place different colors textures according to height and or slope. You use the shader inside of a Layer Shader. Here's a
Re: Tile 6 textures to a sphere by Adam Trachtenberg 5 years ago The way to go about it would be to assemble the eight individual tiles into a single gigantic texture (4 columns x 2 rows). Then it would automatically map to the default sphere primitive. NASA actual
Re: Tile 6 textures to a sphere by Brian Jones 5 years ago it is easy to get the 8 textures to map on a sphere without having to join them all into one texture. Load a tile (A1) into a material, put it on the sphere, in the texture tag -change Projection to S
Re: Kona 3 and Premiere Pro output by Naveen Mallikarjuna 6 years ago I called AJA support. Forgot how good it is and that they take care things fast. Here was their solution, which worked perfectly: Audio Setting in Premiere Pro CC for Kona 3: 1. Go to Premiere Pro Pre
Re: Find clips in sequence by Jon Barrie 7 years ago Hi Michael, I know exactly what you are wanting to do. Pr doesn't have that specific feature (to find clips by name in the timeline itself). How we do go about it in Pr is to find the clip in the Proj
Re: When to use 'Color Smoothing' by Jeff Greenberg 8 years ago Michael Lansdell "'Color Smoothing - 4:2:2' and 'Color Smoothing - 4:1:1" They're two filters meant to 'assist' the chroma keyer in FCP by smoothing the chroma channels. One is for 4:2:2 video. The o