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- 01/05/19--17:21: Tips on creating motion graphics & animations like this:
- 09/25/18--19:53: dvaaudiofilterscan?
- 01/05/19--17:27: New PC - wrong in/out time on clips
- 01/05/19--18:00: iMac powers off unexpectedly while editing with Premiere Pro 2019
- 01/05/19--17:03: Search in project not working correctly
- 01/05/19--19:41: Plug in for PP for color replacment
- 01/05/19--19:47: "Filter Bin Content" or Search Bar Not Working For Sound Files
- 01/04/19--10:20: How to fade out to black multiple channels equally?
- 10/19/18--11:30: Ram will stop the skipping?
- 01/05/19--21:44: Bigger is not always better
- 01/05/19--21:54: Fonts dropped from AE Composition importing to PP
- 01/05/19--22:05: Dynamic Link between AE & Premiere Bug
- 01/02/19--14:02: GoPro Fusion Stitch Lines in Premier Pro CC
- 08/28/18--20:31: Help!! Premiere Pro CC is changing the color of my imported footage
- 01/06/19--00:29: Full panel playback
- 01/04/19--01:44: Could not find any capable video play modules... how do I fix that?
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Hey, I was wondering if I could get Adobe Premiere pro with paying once. Being an animator looking for quality content without watermarks, this looks great but I don't have the money to pay $20/month. Any help would be outstanding!
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Can anyone point me in the right direction of pre-existing stock templates or even tutorials to do these fairly quickly? I know my way around AE and Premiere pretty well, but am against the clock to make this video. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
So I just did a fresh install of OSX Mojave. Then I installed Premiere CC. On my dock I now have an icon for a plug-in scan. If I hover over it, dvaaudiofilterscan pops up. I searched to find out what this is and got no concise answer. In fact, there was some indication this is malware from Adobe. Can anybody explain what this is and whether it is a concern? Thanks
I built a new PC specifically for video editing. When I moved my Project (a fairly complex short film), I thought all was well until I previewed some sections and realized the in and out times of the clips seemed to have been reset to the start of each slip. I've successfully linked all the original media files in their new locations, but the clip in/out points are messed up. Resetting them would be almost like re-editing the entire film. I've tried to also move the Cache files, tho I'm not sure why that should matter. Regardless, it has had not effect.
Any help would be appreciated. And yes, I did search prior discussions but could not find this topic.
Thanks in advance for any help you can offer. I have been troubleshooting this problem since October and have spent countless hours trying to figure out what is wrong. When I edit with Adobe Premiere, which is 90% of what I use my computer for as a full-time video editor, my computer shuts off unexpectedly with no error message either before or after powering back up. Everything worked great for 9 1/2 months, then the power-offs began. I didn't make any software changes prior to the start of the power-offs because I was editing a feature and the team was all working on the same OS and same version of Premiere.
I am editing on an iMac: Retina 5K, 27 inch, 2017, 4.2 GHz Intel Core i7, 32 GB RAM, Radeon Pro 580 8 GB VRAM, Mac OS Mojave, 10.14.2
I am running Adobe Premiere Pro CC2019, doing pretty simple offline editing on multiple projects. Editing 1080 HD, nothing taxing.
The power offs happen during basic editing functions, play, stop, overwrite, navigating through the sequence with the arrow keys, copy and paste. It's not happening during render or any specific editing function.
I have worked with Apple Support, three techs on the phone so far, plus the local Apple store took my iMac for a week and ran tests in November. All diagnostics that I have run and that Apple has run show that there are no problems with the iMac. I worked with two Adobe support people. I wish I could say that they were helpful. One had me change some permissions and told me that my computer wouldn't crash anymore. As soon as we got off the phone, it powered off. I called back and the next Adobe tech had me launch Premiere in Safe Mode, which disabled my audio monitoring and made it so I could only see about 25% of the picture in the monitor. She had me make edits (where I couldn't hear or see what I was doing) and said that Adobe was working in Safe Mode, therefore it must be the iMac. That was a pretty disappointing phone call.
The power offs began on OS High Sierra and Premiere Pro 2018. I upgraded both to the newest version in hopes that would solve the problem. It did not.
I've done all the basic troubleshooting for kernel panics: reset the SMC, reset the PRAM, unplugged peripherals, ran Disk Utility, ran Malwarebytes Anti-Malware. No malware was found, Disk is ok.
I've tried different power sources. I am usually plugged into a UPS, but I also tried plugging directly into a wall outlet, a different surge protector, a different room. It powers off when I'm editing, no matter what.
I erased my iMac, did a clean install of OS Mojave and a clean install of Premiere Pro 2019. I have no other software or files on this iMac. I removed all peripherals and put all the media on the internal drive so I could test it with no peripherals. It still powers off when I edit. Sometimes it will power off within minutes. Sometimes I can edit for an hour or two before it powers off.
I turned off iCloud sync and Adobe Creative Cloud sync to see if syncing was causing the power offs. Creative cloud sync doesn't seem to make a difference. It still powers off whether sync is on or off. I tried editing on the iMac on Thursday so I could Capture Data for the Apple engineers and it crashed 6 times in 90 minutes. I got about 4 edits done in that time.
I have tried a new project with new, never before used media. I've opened older projects that worked before the crashes began. It doesn't seem to matter what media or what project, the power offs persist.
I tried erasing my computer and restoring it with Time Machine to a backup before the crashes began. Still powers off.
My laptop is still working (knock on wood) and that's how I am getting work done right now. The laptop edits the same projects with the same media, no problem.
I am officially out of ideas, but I am definitely open to ideas from any of you good people. Thanks for reading my tale of woe.
So I know this worked earlier in my project but it seems as it's progressed the function is no longer working. As in I get no results for things I type, or completely non applicable results. Using the Find tool actually now crashes the program too.
Lastest version Windows 10
I need to change a color on one of my clips. Can someone recommend a good plug in to achieve this?
I usually have a sound effects folder with hundreds of files that I need to use. However, the search bar is not working properly.
Example: If in "whoosh" it will not display any results OR it will give me random results (none of which, have a whoosh in the name).
before search query:
after search query:
This only affects this folder of sound effects. My actual recorded audio files can be found and so can my footage. My music folder is half broken -- some songs can be found and some will give me random results. See images below for visual examples: ("CE" gives me random results)
This problem is repeatable is not fixed with a restart, creating a new project, duplicating the files on a different drive, or renaming the files.
Send help! Thanks.
Is there a way to route all video channels to a bus like in Audition? and then fade them all from there?
I have a video with 3 video channels overlapping. 2 of the channels have an alpha channel (obviously) so the bottom channel can be seen through them - other top layers are logos. When I manually fade each channel out you see that they are different layers when they become transparent - it looks really bad. I want them as 1 layer and the whole scene to be completely faded equally.
The only way so far I know to achieve this is to remove the fades, export the video, then re import it and apply the fade. There HAS to be a better way to do this! please tell there is...
I am on a 6core 3.5 macpro (2013) w/16gb ram. I have a Mercury Elite Pro Dual connected via thunderbolt 2 (might be thunderbolt3).
I have 4k@24fps 4:2:08bit from the gh5 in a 1080p24 sequence. I have had 4k@60p 4:2:2@10bit in the same sequence settings before and did not get this same level of sloppiness. I normally run 3 other programs in the background (chrome, ps & ae) but this one seems to skip when there is nothing in the background.
I think it is a ram issue but before i jump from 16 to 64gigs ram I wanted to know if the ram would help this.
What do you think?
Two birds; one stone with this tirade.
First off, what a genius suite of magic you’ve engineered. I’ve been using Adobe products since the days of Aldus. Thank you for helping launch a lucrative career. I’m still a bit sore from the time you gobbled up my Freehand app but...no permanent harm done there. However…
it really ignites my ire to have to chase down my presets and plugins every bloody time Adobe dispatches an update. I love updates! I hate change. I’m a creature of habit. So, seemingly I need to spell out my part of the relationship contract with Adobe. Here is my responsibility:
Pay $50 per month, log in and...work. That’s it!
Adobe, your responsibility is to make that happen without sending customers to their therapists to be committed to the padded room.
If it could happen anywhere close to that idealistic reality...I’d call it a happy existence.
While you're at it, see if you can design a system that doesn’t require 14,345 operations to run in the background. Your brilliant software doesn’t need to match your economic power in the industry. I get it! Adobe is really big. But please, stop releasing these behemoth apps that hijack every scrap of juice in the continuum.
Now, to the digital special forces hit squads who, doubtless, have their fingers on the keyboards to “help” me with the 73 steps I should have known before I decided to grace my humble desktop with the Glory of the Creative Cloud.
It‘s nothing serious. Just a general statement to all the techno-sycophants (read left-brain technicians who refer to themselves as ‘filmmakers” and “designers”) who cannot seem to control the systemic urge to shame and embarrass those who come to the community for help.
If you’re neuro-cogworks aren’t programmed for empathy and diplomacy...stop helping; keep doing whatever it is you do under the hood.
That is all (for now).
With the recent update, when I update editable text from an AE composition linked in Premier Pro, the font changes back to Times New Roman every time.
Before the update, I was able to update editable text, and keep the font. I was hoping that a subsequent patch would solve this issue, but after a few months it still continues. The workaround is painful, as instead of creating copies of the imported composition inside of Premiere, I need to create additional AE projects...one for each lower third I want to incorporate.
I'm about to kick off a project that will probably have about 75-100 lower thirds, so I'd really prefer not to have to use this workaround.
Has anybody else ran into this issue, and if so, what did you do to solve it?
Thanks in advance!
Let me state that this behavior started before the last update, and I've been hoping that one of the recent patches would fix it.
I'll try to state the issue very simply. When importing an AE composition into Premier Pro via dynamic linking, I have to select the comp twice for it to actually import. I have a lot of AE compositions with editable text that I use for sports videos, so pre-rendering is not an option, and it is a real pain to have to import multiple times.
I found a dirty workaround which saves a little bit of time, which is to hit cancel the first time, and then select the composition when prompted the second time. Seems really silly to have to do that with professional software, however. Reading the forums, I found a couple of other people are having the same issue.
Really hoping someone has actually solved the issue or Adobe monitors this, and fixes the issue. It's been going on for months, since back in CC 2018.
can anyone help me get rid of the stitch lines in my gopro fusion vidoes. They only show up in Premie. I am using the latest software and can’t find any fixes.
When I import my footage into Premiere, it seems contrast is being added to it. What was properly exposed footage looks like it has crushed blacks and blown out whites. I have not added any effects and there are no master clip effects added. When the footage is in a sequence, I can create an After Effects Composition, and the color returns to normal. I am looking for a solution inside Premiere so I don't have to create AEcomps for every clip. It affects both .mov and .mp4 files.
Thank you in advance.
High Sierra v.10.13.6
3.2 GHz Intel Xeon W
64 gb 2666 MHZ DDR4
Radeon Pro Vega 56 8176mb
Canon 80d shooting in .mov and .mp4
Premiere Pro CC v. 12.1.2
I have tried the same video on an iMacbook Pro computer with updated Premiere and AE. There was no issue with the colors. This problem might be specific to Premiere on iMac Pro systems.
I also created a GIF to better demonstrate the difference between footage in Premiere and the same footage routed through After Effects.
After Effects displays the colors correctly. Premiere doesn't. Why is this so?
I'm working on a single monitor at the moment and was wondering if there's a way to expand the program monitor in a way that it would cover the entire space of the program panel? meaning without timecode, playback resolution options, zoom options etc...
I recently lost both my computer and main external harddrive where I used to edit my projects. I could recover the project with my backup disc, but when opening the project on a new computer I get the message "The Media Cache directory " was not found or is not writeable. Hit OK to use the default cache location, or Cancel to exit Adobe Premiere Pro."
I did a manual search on my computer and backup external disc, but there are no cache files anywhere to be seen. Otherwise I could delete them and have Premiere create new ones - since I expect I set up the Media Cache directory to be stored on my old computer which got stolen. When in Premiere I try to go to Preferences to setup a new cache location but then I get the message "Sorry, a serious error has occured that requires Adobe Premiere Pro CC to shut down. We will attempt to save your current project."
Everything in the project looks the same - I could relocate all of my files and every timeline is there. BUT I can't play any files or sequences. All the clips are there, I can scroll through them, but I can't play anything. I can do exports that play just fine, though.
I can't import anything either. The box that says "Importing" shows up with a loading bar, but nothing happens even if I wait for hours.
WHAT is the problem and how can I fix it? I can't make any new preferences because the program crashes everytime I open Preferences. I don't know if it's the same version as on my old computer because that computer is lost. Please help!!! Thank you!
I got two sets of smooth footage, both filmed with different framerates 23,976 and 25.
Trying to combine these films as one, but cannot find perfect end result. Final render has always some annoying twiches, either rendered with 25 or 23,976..
Is there a way to combine these two different framerates (23,976 and 25) as one perfect 25fps or 23,976 render?
I tried also 24 fps, but 25fps footage wont like it..
Since the update to Premiere Pro 2019 I can no longer open the program. I'm running the NVIDIA Quadro P600 display card on a Windows 10 PC.
Have attempted all the proposed solutions such as updating the driver etc. and nothing works. Is there something else I can try?