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Old 06-08-06, 10:47 PM   #1
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Old 06-08-06, 10:51 PM   #2
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photoshop, right?












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Old 06-09-06, 02:16 AM   #3
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If you're referring to the titles, yes, Photoshop.
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Beerman, your teasing me man. None of your videos work!

They all bring up this little picture of a film thing with the quicktime icon in half, it says its now able to find it some crap like that....

HELP MEEE!
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http://www.videolan.org

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Does your editing program let you put watermark things on a set of frames, or do you have to export them to stills and add the text in?
The only GUI editing program I have is windows movie maker, which sucks, so I've been playing with using AviSynth scripts and VirtualDub, and TMpegEnc to encode, but I think I need to find a simpler solution sometime.

And do you know of a somewhat simple way to export to stills and then back into a video clip from within a program? Like to run a Photoshop action on the frames.

EDIT: I liked the video, that looks like a really cool park to ride.
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Why would you want to export to stills and then import back in? But, yes, I'm pretty sure that Premeire lets you do watermarks.
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To run a Photoshop action on the frames, like to correct for a color cast or adjust curves/sharpness/saturation/etc. Or for another effect even.
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To run a Photoshop action on the frames, like to correct for a color cast or adjust curves/sharpness/saturation/etc. Or for another effect even.
Why the hell would you want to do that frame by frame? That would take forever. I don't usually mess too much with color correction and whatnot, but I can do all of that from Premiere.
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I haven't used Premiere, so I don't know if the adjustments it has would work for what I'm thinking of or not. But an automated action shouldn't take more than a couple seconds per frame at most.
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I haven't used Premiere, so I don't know if the adjustments it has would work for what I'm thinking of or not. But an automated action shouldn't take more than a couple seconds per frame at most.
Considering the fact that that video had 4000 or so frames in it, if I remember correctly, and only, what, twenty or thirty clips? That's a lot of time to be wasted.
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