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    Just to be clear: you want the ink overlay to reveal the colored image.

    The baby is totally visible during this transition?

    If so you need to make the ink in the shape of the colored image and a transparant background.

    This is a job for Ae.


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    Alternative you can use the Linear wipe.


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    I did consider a wipe, and can do that in iMovie. But I want the effect of the colour pouring into the outlines of the tattoo rather than just wiping across.


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    Hi!
    I've been trying to export an AAF file for an Avid online editor to work on, but for some reason the video on the other side is being imported as dv420, even though I'm working on a 4k video. No less important, Avid does not display video cuts, only audio cuts.

     

    Couldn't find anything on the forum about this. Any ideas?


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    As the image is not very large I dont think the ink pattern will show that obvious.


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    Makes sense I think. Do you think they should copy SD card contents to the USB drive first, and then open PP and import from there?  Or should that not matter?  I would assume that since I'm having them ingest/copy from an SD card, then having them import straight from the SD card is fine?

     

    I think a big issue I had previously is that they just impatiently clicked through the settings when making a project, resulting in media management issues later on. Their projects opened fine so long as they were on the workstation they started on, but they couldn't understand why there were media offline issues on another PC. Lots of project consolidation needed.

     

    Understood on the ExFat mac issue. Staying on PC.


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    Uninstall both programs and Use the Adobe Creative Cloud Cleaner Tool to solve installation problems

    then reinstall. See how that goes.


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    It will. The final render is going to be zoomed in on and slowed down, so the ink pattern will be very clear.


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    If you are going to zoom in it will loose quality.


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    I realise that non-vector images and video will degrade when increased in size. The final version will be much higher resolution so that this will not be an issue. So my original question remains.


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    Also images do not have speed so you cannot slow them down. Images only have duration.


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    I just spend 4 hours editing a 30 minute video and there has to be a better way!

     

    I have a 5 camera talk-show (podcast) shoot with 4 microphones.  There is 1 wide angle camera and 4 closeup cameras (each pointed at a host/guest/microphone).

     

    The majority of my editing is simply matching the closeup camera with whoever is taking.

     

    I've figured out some time-saving techniques, like watching the audio timeline to make angle changes (via the multicam editor) as each person talks.  With 5 cameras, its actually very difficult to edit real-time, and I have to go back and correct a lot of mistakes.

     

    Really, though all I am doing is creating an edit point whenever a microphone audio track shows an initial spike in volume (the person starting to talk).  When multiple people talk at the same time, I switch to a wide angle shot.

     

    Is there a plugin of any sort that can automate this repetitive task?


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    But the images when added to the timeline appear like a clip which can be extended and shortened. I can set the images to display for the duration of the ink transition. I have tested this and it works; the exported video shows the picture with the ink clip over the top, and the image is displayed for the entire duration of the video. This video can then be zoomed and slowed down as needed in the final product.

     

    With respect, you are answering questions I have not asked regarding the quality of scaled video and the duration of the clip. All I am asking about at this time is the question I originally posted in the top post of the thread.


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    Just adding some extra information which obviously is not appreciated.

    I am out.


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    Will try to blur it and see how it looks , and thank you for the tip for disabling the notifications.


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    The program used for recording is Nvidia Share (Shadowplay).


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    Well, in that case hopefully another member will know the answer to my question. It was not my intention to offend you, but I hope you can understand that it is frustrating to receive responses to a specific question which don't address the original query. Nonetheless I do appreciate the time you have taken to respond.


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    Since Dell and Adobe Technical Support could not solve the problem I have cancelled my subscription for Premiere.  I appreciate the User Forum suggestions.


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    There's no automatic way to do this.  But there is a faster way.

     

    1. Run through the program in real time, making cuts as you go.  Don't stop to fix mistakes.  This will take as long as the program, in your case 30 minutes.

     

    2. Get out of multicam mode and go through the sequence a second time, making small tweaks to the cuts with the Rolling Edit tool.  This always goes after than real time, might take you ten minutes.


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    The ideal scene is to use only internal drives.  You're in a situation that prevents the ideal scene.  There will be issues.


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