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Premiere kann Effekte nicht berechnen

New Here ,
Jan 24, 2024 Jan 24, 2024

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Ich habe bei einem Video den Effekt "Malen animieren" angewendet und möchte nun den Text schrittwiese mit Keyframes animieren. Leider bruacht Premiere Pro ewig das zu berechnen und das Ergebnis ist auch nicht so wie gewünscht. Die CPU läuft auf 50% Auslastung. Ich habe jetzt schon einiges ausprobiert (Adobe Hilfezentrum) aber sogar der telefonische Support konnte mir nicht wirklich weiterhelfen. 

Vielleicht weiß hier jemand was man machen könnte. 

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LEGEND , Feb 06, 2024 Feb 06, 2024

I think rather than going to another layer, and trying to work the graphic and 3rd layer together, I would have added a layer to the graphic itself.

 

As you've done it this way, I'm not sure if nesting the two tracks prior to applying keyframes would help. I think ... not.

 

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Adobe Employee ,
Jan 29, 2024 Jan 29, 2024

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Hey Nico,

I'm moving this thread to the Discussions section to collect more information. Did you trace a text path in After Effects and then import the composition to Premiere Pro? Sorry if I didn't understand the issue correctly. Please share your workflow to create the text animation so we can better understand the issue. 

 

Thanks,

Ishan

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New Here ,
Feb 06, 2024 Feb 06, 2024

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Hey Ishan,

No, I did the Animation only in Premiere Pro and I didn´t use After Effects. I created a text field (graphic) and dragged it into the timline over a video. I then placed a transparent video on the 3rd video track. I applied the “Animate Painting” effect (that’s what it was called in German) to this transparent video. Now I have adjusted the position of the brush keyframe by keyframe so that the letters are "painted" and this is exactly where the problem arises that it can't really calculate the position so that a smooth video is created but premiere takes forever to calculate the keyframes... 

I hope you can help me with this issue. 


I´m looking forward to hear from you! 

Nico

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I think rather than going to another layer, and trying to work the graphic and 3rd layer together, I would have added a layer to the graphic itself.

 

As you've done it this way, I'm not sure if nesting the two tracks prior to applying keyframes would help. I think ... not.

 

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