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It sounds like a combination of two things from the comments discussion. First, with the very high frame rate, your laptop simply can not handle the high data rate. If you need to edit on the laptop, I would suggest re-compressing the video down to a smaller size and then when you are done, you can replace the low quality footage with the original for the ...
OK, found out the problem: the sequence's interlacing option was turned on, while I was exporting without interlacing.
Scripting in Adobe® Audition® allows you to apply effects to many files in a few easy steps. Here is a tutorial: http://www.adobe.com/designcenter-archive/audition/articles/au15sdscripts.html There are 2 parts in this process as described below. In this example, the processing consists of applying Bass Boost & Dynamic Delay to all tracks. CREATE AND ...
Peak file creation as well as creating alternate forms of various assets is perfectly normal background behavior for Premiere. When you load new assets into a project, Premiere automatically starts a number of background processes to analyze the clip and make it easier for Premiere to do its job smoothly. This should not cause any trouble and should not be ...
A custom resolution of 640 by 480 with square pixels would work. It's also worth noting that if you import the video and drag it on to a new sequence, Premiere should offer to automatically adjust the settings for the sequence for you.
It looks like a problem with the playback engine. I would try updating your video card drivers and/or making sure the playback engine (in the project/ project settings/general menu) is set to Mercury Playback Engine Software Only. If that doesn't work, I'd try uninstalling and re-installing Premiere. I don't know what can cause it on Mac OS, but on ...
Ok, now that I was able to reproduce your technique thus far, I can fill in the missing pieces. Your use of the Track Matte Key produces a layer that is transparent everywhere other than where the mask is present. You need to layer it overtop of the video that you want behind it and you need to apply the dimming effect to the background layer. In your ...
You can use "Replace Footage" (right click on a source clip in the project) to swap a file with another file, but I don't know of a good automated way to do a bunch of files at the same time. I think it might be a manual process to wire up the clips unfortunately.
Okay, this worked for me: Re-Plug-in ALL your External Sound-Hardware. Open your Sound Menu from Windows and set your Microphone to your current one. (For me it was the external Soundcard) Now Open up Premiere Pro and set everything on your Preferences as previously stated. Save your Current Sequenz/Project. Close premiere. Reboot your PC. Check your Sound ...
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