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rampanat
Twixtor 3.x really works with Premiere Pro ???
on Feb 17, 2006 at 10:11:19 am

Hi,
I think I'm getting paranoid !!

I'm trying to get slow motion wiht twixtor in Premiere Pro.
When I do that with any other filter on my footage, it seems to be all right. But if I apply "shadow/highlight" Premiere effect after twixtor(and in my particular case I need to do that), appears like a persistent and undesirable flikering every fixed frames. Seems like "Shadow/Highlight" changes one frame every number of fixed frames.

Furthermore, If I apply twixtor after "shadow/highlight" (and not before), then "shadow/highlight" does not work, and that happens with other Premiere effects. It seems like twixtor does not let any other filter to work with it.

First of all:


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Pierre Jasmin
Re: Twixtor 3.x really works with Premiere Pro ???
on Feb 17, 2006 at 6:56:36 pm


You cannot apply an effect before Twixtor in Premiere unless it's within a nested sequence, however you should be able to apply one after unless like Twixtor it's accesses multiple frames per frame.

To apply an effect before Twixtor:

create a nested sequence, drop your footage in it, drop your effect there and then in the main sequence, set the color source to that nested sequence (eg video track 2 or whatever it is)

Are you using PPRO 1.5 or 2? As well does your material have fields?

If it's the same Shadow/Highlight as AE (just got new PPRO 2 this week and have not installed yet), then it has a temporal smoothing option (thus accesses multiple frames somehow), therefore would probably require an additional level of nesting to work in Premiere correctly.

Pierre
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rampanat
Re: Twixtor 3.x really works with Premiere Pro ???
on Feb 21, 2006 at 1:39:45 pm

Thanks, Pierre
I could solve the problem with the answer you suggested.
I will have to think in nested sequences more often.

Antonio




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