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Old May 21st, 2008, 01:40 AM   #16
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Frame blending - EX1 in 1080p25

Originally Posted by Bart Walczak View Post
If you're using native 24p footage, unlikely, but why don't you simply check it out :)
Wonder, what the difference will be with footage from EX1 in 1080p25. Will check it out with some test footage with frame blending on and of and let you know...
I almost never use anything else than 1080p25, except for over/undercrancking (special shots)

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Old June 6th, 2008, 09:15 PM   #17
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hmmm. So if you turn off frame blending after you have edited...it does nothing, correct? Is there a way to turn it off after editing was already done? Can you just paste the clips in a different timeline?
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Old June 9th, 2008, 02:17 AM   #18
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If you turn off frame blending on the clip on the timeline, it always works. You just can't turn it off for the clip in the bin and expect it to automatically turn off every instance of this clip alread on the timeline.

Pasting into a different timeline won't work - the frame blending property is already in there. I recommend setting a keyboard shortcut like ctrl+F for frame blending and get to it one by one. It would be much easier if you could select a clip from keyboard, and this is one of the few things I miss in Premiere.
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