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Sylvia Porter

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May 25th 2010
33 Posts
Timeline click & drag clip copy
by Josh Figatner 11 years ago
Hi everyone, Quick question: Is there a way to highlight a clip in the timeline, hold down a key and then drag a copy of that clip to another video track I am trying to add blending modes to multiple
Re: Timeline click & drag clip copy
by Sylvia Porter 8 years ago
Johnny...Good news! In CS6 you can simply alt-drag a clip and all attributes come with it. By the way it was ctrl-alt-v, not ctrl-v to paste attributes.
No Audio on Export to Tape
by Chris Lones 10 years ago
Hello All, About 3 days ago, I installed the CS5 Production Premium package on to my editing computer (Dell Precision, Dual Quad-Cores, 12 Gb RAM, ATI FirePro 8700, BlackMagic DeckLink HD Capture Card
Re: No Audio on Export to Tape
by Sylvia Porter 10 years ago
By the way, I checked out the Loons website (I'm a minor league baseball fan). I tried to play some game highlights and was unable to. I kept getting the message that Windows media player might not su
Sequences, Chapters, Tracks - Difference?
by Shelley Wynn 10 years ago
I'm very new to Premiere Encore and using CS5. A bit confused on the difference bet. sequences, tracks, chapters, clips. I have a menu with buttons that are to correspond to several different videos.
Re: Sequences, Chapters, Tracks - Difference?
by Sylvia Porter 10 years ago
Good. I'm very glad that helped. Oh, and good thing you wrote, I forgot one thing, to make it more 'pro'. Give each of your timelines an 'End Action' back to the a menu. You can do that in the propert
Encore and Windows 7 Ultimate
by Alan Espasandin 10 years ago
There are known problems with Encore use in Vista and Windows 7, however I have yet to see a viable solution to prevent crashes. I am using Windows 7 Ultimate and experience Encore crashes each and ev
Re: Encore and Windows 7 Ultimate
by Sylvia Porter 10 years ago
I've never had an issue with it in 7 ultimate 64. By the way I checked out two of your tutorials and both were said to be removed by user.
1080/25p in Premiere?
by Duncan Wilson 10 years ago
Hi, Apologies if this is a silly question - just trying to confirm something before paying the full price for the new version of Premiere Pro. I want to use Premiere to edit footage from a Panasonic H
Re: 1080/25p in Premiere?
by Sylvia Porter 10 years ago
On the mac I wouldn't know of any tools for this other than what I would assume comes with the full Mac version of CS5 (the entire suite). I would and do use the Adobe Media Encoder to do all conversi
Running CS5 w/o Nvidia
by Justin Von Konsky 10 years ago
I'm considering CS5 to edit 7D footage, but I need to know that it will be manageable without a nvidia GPU. My laptop uses an Intel dual-core processor @ 2GHz and an Intel 4 Series Express Chipset GPU
Re: Running CS5 w/o Nvidia
by Sylvia Porter 10 years ago
In the CS5 trial they've left out a bunch of presets, and that may also mean codecs...I don't know, though I have heard (read) that people have been able to use 7d footage with the trial. I personall
Workflow for HD multi-camera editing CS4?
by Stephen Pickering 10 years ago
Hi there. I have some AVCHD files shot with my Panasonic HMC40. The files open natively in CS4 and play fine but not as a multi-camera edit. Multi-cam is way too slow to edit smoothly. I read somewher
Re: Workflow for HD multi-camera editing CS4?
by Sylvia Porter 10 years ago
This is just my own two cents. I never play the video during multicam editing, I just scrub it using the shuffler. This usually saves me time later in the trimming phase.
Slowing down 50fps 720
by Einar Bragi 10 years ago
Hi there. I'm making a music video where we shot the song at 130% speed (then slowing it down to 100% in post) on a Canon 7d at 50 fps. The problem is when I slow the video down (essentially to 70%) e
Re: Slowing down 50fps 720
by Sylvia Porter 10 years ago
From what I'm understanding, you don't want every fifth frame to have no motion. In motion, on Mac, from what I understand "Optical Flow Retiming" does what you are looking for.
Keying out bad greenscreen
by Paco Sweetman 11 years ago
If anyone has any pointers on how to deal with these monstrosity's of shots then I would love to know. I'm gonna composite some shots of fields and ponies behind the two characters. It's supposed to l
Re: Keying out bad greenscreen
by Sylvia Porter 11 years ago
Also, when I say "put your garbage matte over..." I mean apply it to the images first.
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