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Any ideas how to use scene detection?

 

I have a 10+ home videos from the 90's that I have coverted and now have videos files for. Ideally I want to use Premier elements to detect the scene changes and show these seperate clips in the organiser so I can curate videos. I'm uing Premier Elements 2020

 

So far I've tried Auto-analyze in Premier Elements, this splits into way too many seperate clips (it's looking for many features not just scene changes) AND these appear in the Editor project Assetts only and not in organiser

 

I've found 2 workarounds:

1) Manaualy find each scene change,move the workarea bars to start and end and then export each clip with option highlighted "Share WorkArea bar only" - this is very manaul and takes ages

2) Use DaVinci Resolve (free) which has a scene detection function AND ability to export timeline as seperate clips

 

Hope there is a way to (semi) automtically do this in Premier Elements as this must be a fairly common use case for the product?

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Scene detection

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Any ideas how to use scene detection?

 

I have a 10+ home videos from the 90's that I have coverted and now have videos files for. Ideally I want to use Premier elements to detect the scene changes and show these seperate clips in the organiser so I can curate videos. I'm uing Premier Elements 2020

 

So far I've tried Auto-analyze in Premier Elements, this splits into way too many seperate clips (it's looking for many features not just scene changes) AND these appear in the Editor project Assetts only and not in organiser

 

I've found 2 workarounds:

1) Manaualy find each scene change,move the workarea bars to start and end and then export each clip with option highlighted "Share WorkArea bar only" - this is very manaul and takes ages

2) Use DaVinci Resolve (free) which has a scene detection function AND ability to export timeline as seperate clips

 

Hope there is a way to (semi) automtically do this in Premier Elements as this must be a fairly common use case for the product?

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DaVinci Resolve is definitely the better tool for what you're trying to accomplish.

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Adobe has announced on June 16, 2020 a Scene Edit Detection function coming to Premiere Pro soon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4kbkRHVZfgA

Powered by Adobe Sensei machine learning and AI technology, Scene Edit Detection automatically detects the cut points in a single video file to facilitate pe...

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