I am in the middle of editing a wedding movie. I plan to offer the client three separate movies: Short ceremony Long ceremony Reception. I make a DVD movie after each step. I finished the long ceremony movie and play it to my test audience. I had no record or playback problems. I was told to clean up an audio track by one person. I made the recommended change and then save that movie. That part of the project, long…
I would like to provide you a summary of my experience with Adobe Premier Pro CC 2015 so you do not have to plow through my rather wordy explanations that follows. I have used Final Cut Pro and iMovie. This program is impressive. I love it. I am constantly impressed at how easy tasks are to complete.
The best solution for me was actually free. The embarrassing part is that it was right in front of me. Adobe offers terrific tutorials,
I hit a snag getting my short cutaway video shots off the Nikon D5300 SD card and into my computer. My first mistake was to just drag the movie files off the SD card and copy them into Adobe Premier.
I really was saved by taking the Tascam with me. It is unlocked with any video thus wild sound. When I got to the wedding I realized that they had a sound system.
Some people have had difficulty transferring video from their Panasonic PV-GS500 camcorder. The solution for me came when I found a DV to Firewire cable.
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