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Rickie Peete

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December 31st 2015
8 Posts
Video and Phantom Audio
by Rickie Peete 2 years ago
Hello. Okay, so, I had a video and phantom audio issue. However, I found the solution on Youtube and it took care of the issue. However, the solution created a new problem -- because ... I assume I de
Re: Video and Phantom Audio
by Rickie Peete 2 years ago
I failed to mention that my storage space is basically at capacity Windows 10. I thought that may be the issue too. I'm attempting to free up some space.
Rendering Literally for DAYS!!!!
by Rickie Peete 3 years ago
Hello. So far, I've been rendering for nearly 26hrs and my "estimated time left: 42:35:34." HOWEVER, the estimated time left keeps increasing instead of decreasing, so NOW it's higher than what I just
Re: Rendering Literally for DAYS!!!!
by Rickie Peete 3 years ago
Thanks for ALL the feedback. Although I felt anxiety about stopping my rendering process (since I was nearly 28 hours in already) to try out some of the suggestions, I went ahead and stopped it, hopin
Denoiser II
by Eric Merklein 4 years ago
I have a lightning fast HP Z820 with an NVIDIA K400 video card and 32 gigs of ram on board. Using Denoiser II makes my timeline useless and rendering is absolutely way too time consuming. Denoiser sup
Re: Denoiser II
by Joe Campanale 4 years ago
I've never gotten Denoiser to work beyond a snail's pace, regardless of system specs. Neat Video is the way to go.
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Phantom Audio Dubbing in Video Footage
by Rickie Peete 4 years ago
Hello. One of my video clips (about 15 mins) from a project of about 20 video clips (totaling more than 2 hours)on my timeline becomes problematic once added into Premiere CS6. However, when I play it
Re: Phantom Audio Dubbing in Video Footage
by Jon Doughtie 4 years ago
Rickie, please let us know what type of footage it is (container and codec). Also,dimensions and frame rate. Does your original timeline match the properties of the footage Are you importing into the
How to add an adjustment layer within CS6 to the Timeline Without Dragging over the entire Timeline
by Rickie Peete 4 years ago
Hello. So, I know how to add an adjustment layer to the timeline, however, I have a large project (1 hour - plus) on my timeline and it's a pain to drag the adjustment layer from the start to the end.
Re: How to add an adjustment layer within CS6 to the Timeline Without Dragging over the entire Timeline
by Rickie Peete 4 years ago
Thanks, very much! I'll try that.
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