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    03-12-2018, 08:43 PM
    I am working on a special effect for a short film in Premiere Pro that requires several layers of video. However, when I put all the videos in the positions I want, and then save and close out of Premiere, then re-open it to work on it more then next day, all the positions have moved. I am not sure what happened so I put all the positions back to where I had...
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    03-03-2018, 09:50 PM
    I was hired to edit a feature film, which I'm pretty excited about, along with a couple of other editors. The producer/director/writer wants me to go through the script and make notes on what I think would be good ideas here and there, and then hand in my notes in a couple of weeks. However, I am not sure what to make for notes at all. The movie is only...
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    03-03-2018, 09:37 PM
    Oh I wasn't thinking of that shot from before specifically, basically it was some other shots in projects... Like for example in one shot there was a blue light going down the side of an actor's head, in the master, but in the close up, it's gone. There was another shot, where the lighting on the wall forms a certain shadow pattern, behind the actors, but in...
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    02-19-2018, 12:17 PM
    Basically I am shooting a short film and the camera shoots in 16:9, but I want the final product to be in 2.35:1. In Premiere Pro, if I set my project to be in 1920 x 810 (2.35:1), I have to render all of my video files to suit that sequence setting. This is very time consuming in the editing process, to do this for every single shot, so I was wondering if...
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