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Export Poster Frame (thumbnail) in Final Encoded Video

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Oct 24, 2020

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I am working on a research project involving 360 degree stereoscopic VR video and need to display a specific black screen with a number in the thumbnail poster frame.  The intent is for subjects to see only a list of numbered thumbnail images in the menu of their VR headsets.  Currently, the thumbnails for these videos is from the main scene of each video.  I've put in a short beginning "black video" segment with a number only, and this is what I need for the subjects to see, just a black screen with a number for each video.  My review of the community so far indicates Premiere Pro may not have a way to preselect the sequence poster frame/thumbnail for the entire timeline before exporting/encoding.  Do the Adobe experts know of an alternative way to add this, without involving YouTube?  These videos are for research and not intended to be uploaded.  Thanks!

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Export Poster Frame (thumbnail) in Final Encoded Video

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Oct 24, 2020

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I am working on a research project involving 360 degree stereoscopic VR video and need to display a specific black screen with a number in the thumbnail poster frame.  The intent is for subjects to see only a list of numbered thumbnail images in the menu of their VR headsets.  Currently, the thumbnails for these videos is from the main scene of each video.  I've put in a short beginning "black video" segment with a number only, and this is what I need for the subjects to see, just a black screen with a number for each video.  My review of the community so far indicates Premiere Pro may not have a way to preselect the sequence poster frame/thumbnail for the entire timeline before exporting/encoding.  Do the Adobe experts know of an alternative way to add this, without involving YouTube?  These videos are for research and not intended to be uploaded.  Thanks!

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