mirkosp wrote:I think you can click on the + that you can see in the bottom right of your screenshot to add/remove buttons (the scroller you like should be there too).
Brad wrote: Also, Adjustment Layers in Premiere!
There was a long long while when I only used Premiere to do all of my video stuff, including applying effects. There were plenty of times when I wish I had the ability to do something similar to adjustment layers. As far as I'm concerned it's a great addition, and a long time coming.Eake4 wrote:Brad wrote: Also, Adjustment Layers in Premiere!
LOL? Im a huge AE fan but Adjusment Layers in Premiere just sounds a bit wierd since you can only use Premiere effects and you could input AE directly to Pr anyway.
Pwolf wrote:Also, just to confirm, the 64bit Avisynth plugin does work with CS6.
Mister Hatt wrote:Pwolf wrote:Also, just to confirm, the 64bit Avisynth plugin does work with CS6.
Just to confirm, 64bit avs is still a ridiculously stupid things to do in general, however, has anyone tried 32bit avs for filtering and 64bit avs for working via TCPSource? I'm not entirely sure if this is compatible but it seems like an excellent way to divy up resources and still provide a fast 64bit interface to use in AE and whatnot.
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