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@nightingale The change in 0.4.4 makes one of my tips obsolete, right? I state that 30 is a good value for motion blur while now it can only be between 0 and 1?
@nightingale You´re welcome! Keep up the good work :-)
@nightingale My tutorial is online now (the one with the purple/blue frame). I added the video to the gallery – I hope it´s of some help for people here :-)
Thanks again for this great mod!
Why did I never think of this before?! This is genius. I think I´m gonna make a tutorial on this mod. And I´ll use it in my future videos for sure!
@theBmag YOU ARE THE KING OF THIS THREAD. Your preset actually worked.
@Nightingale Please add this preset to your mod! :-)
@theBmag You´re da man, thanks for your help. :-)
Still it would be nice if the MP4 worked since rendering JPG/PNG and audio and syncing it all up can be tedious if you work bigger projects :-)
@Nightingale: My tutorial is scheduled for 5th of February. I will add it to this page then.
@theBmag No format worked yet from EVE. In Premiere I used pretty much everything from MOV, AVI and MP4 most of them. That´s exactly why this case is so curious to me.
This works although I´m not sure about the speed of the video. It seems Premiere imported the sequences at half speed. Doubling the replay speed didn´t match the speed of the other videos in VLC, though.
@Nightingale I´m making an in-depth tutorial on your mod anyways that will be uploaded soon. I hope I can figure this issue out later.
@theBmag Quicktime is installed, yes.
@theBmag Unfortunately, the result is the same. The imported file just shows a dark green image in Premiere Pro :(
@nightingale @FixingG00D Awesome mod but up until now I couldn´t find a preset that works with Adobe Premiere Pro 5.5. Either the file is not accepted or I get a green screen instead of the video. But VLC plays any file I export. I hope you can fix this soon :-)