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In this tutorial, Andrew Devis continues to show how to animate various fixed effects in Premiere Pro and then goes on to show how to apply and modify 'Picture in Picture' (PiPs) presets to your clips.



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Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 44 Picture in Picture Presets
by Andrew Devis
Yo Chewy!

Best way to do this is with an image sequence - something like a photoshop sequence or a TAG or TIFF sequence. But make sure you export it to its own folder as there will be lots of images to cope with.

You can use a lossless format like AVI lossless or certain quicktime formats but the best and most used method in the industry is an image sequence although of course you can't export audio with an image sequence.

If you need audio as well, just export the audio as a WAV file and import that into PP as well.

Dynamic link does slow the comp down if you have a lot of effects on a layer, that's why one of the options in AE is to Pre-Render a layer which has the default behaviour to re-import and replace the comp you've just pre-rendered with a file that will play really easily as it's rendered!

Composition > Pre-Render ...

Have fun tall and hairy one ...

Yoda

... because it's all about stories ...
Re: Premiere Pro CS6 Techniques: 44 Picture in Picture Presets
by Ian Hagerty
You have tons of great tuts master Yoda. Keep it up! Question for you.
When in After Effects, can I export my sequence (comp) using lossless and re-import it into AE without a LOSS OF QUALITY? I see that if you putting many effects on a comp and then want to use that comp in Premiere Pro, the system slows down. Thanks...''use the force luke, use the forceeeeee'' Chewy!


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