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I Will Learn Premiere

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Today I am making a commitment to make this the year that I finally learn to really use Premiere.  I have had it with pushing After Effects to do longer animations than it is geared for, and it’s long past time to get over my old version of Final Cut Pro falling further and further behind the times, and the new versions are not going to redeem themselves.  The truth is, Premiere and After Effects have been crafted to work seamlessly with one another.  I just have to take the time to learn those tricks.  I’m about to have a subscription again, and I am making this a high priority goal.  Premiere has gotten really good in recent years and I know that I’ll like it more as I learn more of the same shortcuts I had in Final Cut Pro.  It’s not like I haven’t used it at all.  I just get angry with it for not being the Final Cut Pro I used daily for so much of my life.  Now I can use this one instead.  It’s time to get over this meager hurdle already.

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January 30th, 2014 at 11:30 pm

Video Sequence Settings for HD Animation

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Because there will no doubt come a time when I will want to remember, and because some of you reading may also be trying to sort this one out for yourselves.  So far, the best sequence settings I have found for HD animation in Final Cut Pro have been as shown here…

That is all for now.

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May 3rd, 2011 at 1:41 pm

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