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Clint Comer January 24th, 2004 01:58 AM

wait realtime preview via 1394 out?? You mean like a DV in signal to a camera??

Dennis Sladek January 24th, 2004 04:23 AM

Paul,
Yes, PPro does realtime output to 1394 just fine. I use it all the time, no problem. If your camera has 1394 in and some form of output such as svideo or RCA to a monitor, you'll be just fine.

I also have the Canopus ADVC-100. It works GREAT. The PC and PPPro sees it as a 1394 camera, and you don't have to keep a camera plugged into it.
http://www.canopus.us/US/products/ADVC-100/pm_advc-100.asp

Julian Luttrell January 24th, 2004 11:30 AM

Creating subtitles that each appear and disappear at just the right timecode is a traditional pain in the a**.

You can buy specialist tools that create and/or read text/binary files containing descriptions of exactly what the subtitle text is, when it starts and finishes, its font, colour, and size. And puts them onto the video. This can be software only (eg DVD authoring software), or hardware (eg broadcast environments).

Or you can add them one at a time as in the first answer, tweaking each one till it's right. And just swallow the time and effort hit.

Premiere, and other PC NLEs, aren't really designed to provide a proper workflow for this kind of thing.

Regards,

Julian

Marcia Janine Galles January 26th, 2004 03:18 PM

Ok, I'm confused... at DV Expo in LA the Adobe guy said 24p wouldn't be available in Premier until sometime this spring. I shoot with a DVX and have been checking out various software (hate FCP, leaning toward Avid Express Pro, though I'm more and more impressed with the Vegas Demo). But from this thread it appears it's available now? Is it true 24p support like the others I mentioned?

Barry Rivadue January 26th, 2004 03:29 PM

I have Vegas--and I believe Vegas supports 24p. Vegas has alot of interesting plug-ins available (Excalibur, Tsnumai, Neon), available with demos also.

Marcia Janine Galles January 26th, 2004 03:58 PM

Cool, Barry. Will go hunt them down and check them out...

Donie Kelly January 26th, 2004 05:47 PM

Is there such a thing as a free plugin for Premier Pro?
 
Hi all

I'm looking for a old style film effect for use in Adobe premier but all that I can find are expensive plugin packs. Any way I can do this for free as it's a short sequence that needs this effect.

Thanks
Donie

David Stoneburner January 27th, 2004 08:49 AM

If you buy Quicktime Player Pro, for around $30 dollars, you should be able to take that footage into the player, apply there old film filter, adjust it to your liking, and then save it as a DV file to take back into Premiere.

Rob Lohman January 27th, 2004 03:37 PM

A lot of effects can be made with a little time yourself by using
the filters that come with the package and combining those.
It will take time to learn what does what and what happens if
you combine them, but it's cheap!

Glenn Chan January 27th, 2004 09:28 PM

A combination of filters will do it.

Premiere 6.5 also had a film look plug-in, but it's a bit overdone and cheesy for my tastes. The viewer will definitely get the point and the film effect as far as I remember wasn't annoying (unlike some of the crappy film look imitations I see on TV) so it's alright.

Yi Fong Yu January 28th, 2004 09:45 PM

there is also sony's SDDS (7.1) but it is only used in cinemas. there are also MLP layers of DVDs for DVD-Audio and DSD for SACD. lots of digital mayhem... basically =).

Joe Cinquina January 29th, 2004 09:26 AM

Color matching in Premiere Pro
 
Can someone please tell me the best way to color match footage shot from different cameras. I know there are many tools for this. I recently shot a dance performance and used 3 cameras; a Canon XL1s, a Canon Gl2 and a Sony TRV950. The GL2 and XL1s footage is almost identical, but the Sony footage is a little light (blownout) and a little hotter (reddish. How can I get the Sony footage closer to the other cameras'?

Thank you in advance.

Sincerely,

Joe

Kalmin Fullard January 29th, 2004 04:11 PM

24fps support
 
With PremPro you would use dvfilmmaker to convert the raw 24PA file to something PremPro could use.

Vegas supports the advanced pulldown from the panny directly without any plugins.

Avid supports the panny out of the box also.

I'm sure (and can't wait...) that adobe will provide an update also.

Adam Brennan February 1st, 2004 06:54 PM

Need help on finding a plug in...please!
 
I need to find a plug in for my Adobe pro. The plug in I am looking for is where I can make white accents in the film glow more and have control over the softness. Something dreamy or something you would use for like a wedding or creating memories.

Thanks in advance. I was using Big filmfx and installed a new motherboard which caused me to lose my program I was using.

Peter Jefferson February 2nd, 2004 01:04 AM

after effects would have this.. or um.. uhem.. vegas has it built in cough ;)


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