Hello, so far I have worked with Premiere 6.5 and I have Premiere Pro 2.0 times viewed. I come here I do not get the crossfades. My problem: I have side by side clips in the timeline. I add now a crossfade between centered one. Premiere adds now s.Ende of 1 Clip and s.Anfang of 2 Clip frames, so frames for the fade exist. Can you set somewhere that Premiere Axis frames that are already in the timeline, for the crossfade used?
Antwort von Wiro:
Hello, as in 6.5 need to be dazzling clips temporally overlap. Sliding into each other or they simply use two overlapping traces of this. Gruss Wiro
Antwort von r.p.television:
You have just as synonymous of 6.5 to Pro 2.0 and found it changed synonymous first totally sch .... or are still getting used to. Unfortunately, the timeline is no longer in track 1a and b up. If I understand correctly your question, did you like that because Transitions start and EndFrame, in which you draw the timeline used. That would but in this system does not work, because then the video would run longer than the timeline it shows. I hope you understand what I mean. You have to you in Pro 2.0 by means of quasi-positioning of the transition (the beginning and end of the transition filter) and the start of the two EndFrame clips aneinandergefügten think. At best you try a bit around. I found it easier once synonymous. But unfortunately, the software is not always programmed or user of a good system is to align s.andere editing programs verschlimmbessert.
Antwort von Wiro:
Hello, just keep calm, you two.
I got the switch was not synonymous. If you only once the value of the new regime has recognized, then one wonders why the former was so one-sided.
Crossfades are not more pro s.die A-/B-Spur with bound lane of the transition, but in each of the 99 tracks via CTRL + C can be inserted. And although each type of Aperture. Super. Gruss Wiro