November 18th, 2011 at 11:13 amAharon Rabinowitz says:I think your issue here is that you are rendering to a very compressed format. When you render to anything other than ProRes or Animation code, or the like, your are creating a very processor-intensive experience - and a final product that probably won;t even look good, because AE is not a compression program. Try using Adobe Media encoder to render for you, or do what I do and render in ProRes or PhotoJPEG and then compress with your compression program.
April 2nd, 2011 at 10:29 pmAkpobi Goodluck says:PP & AE Is one of the best editing sorftware vedeo but i need my knowledge & direction from yoy as my mentor.i truly love your work, sir i need ur help.
April 2nd, 2011 at 7:25 pmShaddy Media says:I enjoyed your tutorial, but I was astonished with the render speed there of 720p. I am actually finding magic bullet looks slowing down my render big time when I rendered H264 for youtube. It took more than 9 hours to render 24 mins of HDV 1080i, why? Here is my Premiere Pro CS5 forum you will also be able to see the system specs.. http://forums.adobe.com/thread/811593?tstart=0
March 30th, 2011 at 11:30 pmEran Stern says:Hi Tom, I know that everyone (including myself) relies on the Dynamic Link feature and it is one of the best workflow, but what if you don't own the Production Premium or Master Collection package? I thought it will be good idea to show another method of jumping clips between Adobe's applications.
March 30th, 2011 at 7:35 amTom Daigon says:RGS please erase the unintended double post (I only set it once).
March 30th, 2011 at 7:04 amTom Daigon says:Hi Eran:
I enjoy your tutorials a lot.
But Im very confused. A about 3:57 you go from PP to AE. But instead of using the wonderful Dynamic Link feature, you copy and paste a clip. That doesnt seem to take advantage of the PP and AE ability to share media in the dynamic link manner, which is fast and efficient. Whats up with that?