Probably similar questions: fading, multi-cam editing, Uncompressed Capture
Frage von Agrajag47: September 2009
I've searched the forum, but found my most beginners have any questions (for my purposes, sufficient) response. In this respect "Look with your own ignorance to ask - but I think the questions are answered quickly.
I work with Premiere Pro CS4, and have usof a sequence included four different perspectives that I would like Zusammenschneiden now.
1) I know, hard cut is basically mad, I want to do much synonymous. But it should be s.manchen Make a soft fading. From old versions of Premiere, I still know the "Video Clip 1 is 1-track, clip 2 is in Video 2 track and overlaps a bit. In between is an effects track. Now is the fading effect of the overlap gap between video put 1 and video 2 - done. " Gibt's das in Premiere CS4 yet? Or do you show - as I use the Help feature, and videos, now put all the clips in a track? This just can (hopefully) not be.
2) it would be very practical, if I could see in parallel the four shots and could then say: "Now take video 1, video now take 3" etc. The "Multi-camera monitor" sounds later, but always shows me just a video at the same time .. I can indeed ner with another drop-down bar to choose, but I want to see them at the same time. Is that possible?
3) If I capture the HDV tapes, then they automatically compressed. Now this may well be necessary, because siebzigtausendtrillionen GB uncompressed HDV takes place - but you can theoretically's capture uncompressed synonymous?
Thanks for your help!
Antwort von nicecam:
Unfortunately, I have zero idea of CS4, but to point 2, but look again at this
Antwort von Wiro:
The multicam feature is exactly what you are looking for. The developers have programmed just for you :-)
Go exactly according to the instructions in the manual before, it already works. Then there you have a target sequence, in which you can insert visors. If you prefer the 2Spur editing, then pull the blinds just a clip in Track2 and overlap it. Then put in the upper trail for some Aperture.
On the subject of uncompressed: Stay on the carpet. When Capturn is not compressed, but in the camera. The data is then recorded as they were taken. A conversion to uncompressed you even bring anything.