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Steven Pritchard
BCC Optical Stabiliser
on Jan 2, 2011 at 8:05:48 am

Wondering whether anyone else had this small problem. Using BCC Optical Stabiliser it analyzes the entire sequence on the time line instead of the selected clip. I tried to overcome this by creating a new sequence with the only the selected clip but the filter still analyzes the entire other sequence. Any solutions.

Thank you


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John Rofrano
Re: BCC Optical Stabiliser
on Jan 2, 2011 at 2:18:43 pm

[Steven Pritchard] "Using BCC Optical Stabiliser it analyzes the entire sequence on the time line instead of the selected clip."
What host are you using? In Vegas Pro 10, After Effects CS5, and Premiere Pro CS5 it only analyses the clip that it's placed on. Are you applying it at the track level instead of the clip level in whatever host you are using?

~jr

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Steven Pritchard
Re: BCC Optical Stabiliser
on Jan 3, 2011 at 8:20:51 am

Hi John, thanks for responding. I'm using Premiere Pro CS4. I applied it to a clip within a sequence and then when that analyzed the whole sequence in the time line, I then created a new sequence, added the clip and applied it.It then proceeded to analyze the entire time line from the previous sequence.
Regards
Steve


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John Rofrano
Re: BCC Optical Stabiliser
on Jan 3, 2011 at 8:20:45 pm

[Steven Pritchard] "I'm using Premiere Pro CS4. I applied it to a clip within a sequence and then when that analyzed the whole sequence in the time line, I then created a new sequence, added the clip and applied it.It then proceeded to analyze the entire time line from the previous sequence. "
Hi Steve, I'm not seeing that behavior in Premiere Pro CS5. Here is what I did: I dropped two 10 second clips into a sequence. I applied BCC Optical Stabilizer to the first clip and clicked analyse and it said it was analyzing 299 frames. 10 seconds at 29.97 frames per second is 299 frames so I believe it only analysed the first clip in the sequence. Everything played back as expected. Maybe it's an issue with CS4 only?

~jr

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anthony cairns
problems savin files
on Jan 8, 2011 at 1:04:04 am

hi sorry to jump into the conversation,BUT john i was having a problem with the vegas pro 9! i put alot of drawings one by one into the video input of pro 9 and then added sound ect but when it came to recording it will only give me the option of recording my loop's as sfk files and i am only able to open them on pro 9.i really want to make a few pices of video art and then use them on other programs as avi or mp4 !!!! culd you please help me as i have just created a pice i am really happy with but am unable to play or conver PLEASE HELP ... thanx


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John Rofrano
Re: problems savin files
on Jan 8, 2011 at 12:34:35 pm

I answers this in your other post.

You need to go to File | Render As... and then select your render format. Use Sony AVC for MP4 files and Video for Windows for AVI files. There are a variety of templates to choose from with each format. Just select a template and render the file. Note: It may take a long time to render but this is normal.

~jr

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anthony cairns
Re: problems savin files
on Jan 8, 2011 at 1:27:03 pm

thanx alot,but i sat up last night untill 4am and finaly i discovered where i was going wrong.i put the preview on auto and finaly found the render as button.it was hidden away up there in the corner.but now im on top of it.thanx again for the quick coment and ill stay on the forum and stay posted


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