Replacing clips


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Replacing clips

There are zillions of times when you are editing video where you'll want to work with a substitute piece of footage, temporarily, and then swap it out with the high quality footage at the end of the workflow. Now, like I said, there are zillions of reasons for this but the two big ones are, first, your computer just can't handle the data, or just can't handle it well. So maybe you're working with footage from the Red camera, which is really popular right now, and it's a very beefy file format. It's very lightly compressed and so it's challenging for a lot of weaker systems to work with, or maybe you're working with a Codec, such as, like, an inner frame Codec that's a little bit tougher to deal with.

So that's one reason. The other reason is maybe you're in a time crunch and maybe you're working with a stock video that you don't have the rights to yet, so maybe there is a big watermark over the screen. So it's just a really ugly foota...

Replacing clips
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Replacing clips provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Chad Perkins as part of the Premiere Pro CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Video
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Premiere Pro
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