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How to speed up slideshow workflow

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Sep 06, 2020

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Hi,

I often create photo slideshows in Premiere Pro and it can get quite tedious and I am looking for ways to speed up my workflow.

 

My current worflow:

  • I drag a song onto my timeline and set marker to the beat because thats where I want my cuts to be
  • I count the markers (lets say 50 Markers) and import as many images
  • I choose "Automate to Sequence" and my images get placed onto my timeline in sync with the music/beats
  • I add default transition to all images

 

Problem #1

I want all image to fit to the screen without any borders. So I have to zoom into each image individually. Scale to Frame Size or Fit to Frame Size doesn't do what I want because it leaves borders. My workaround was to crop all images in Lightroom into my project resolution (i.e. 16:9) . Is there a way to achieve this in Premiere without doing it for each image seperately?

 

Problem #2

I want all images to zoom in an rotate slightly. The problem is, that all images have different resolutions and ratios. So when I copy the effect of the first image onto other images it doesn't fit because the values doesn't match. Is there a way to solve this?

 

Thanks in advance

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How to speed up slideshow workflow

New Here ,
Sep 06, 2020

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Hi,

I often create photo slideshows in Premiere Pro and it can get quite tedious and I am looking for ways to speed up my workflow.

 

My current worflow:

  • I drag a song onto my timeline and set marker to the beat because thats where I want my cuts to be
  • I count the markers (lets say 50 Markers) and import as many images
  • I choose "Automate to Sequence" and my images get placed onto my timeline in sync with the music/beats
  • I add default transition to all images

 

Problem #1

I want all image to fit to the screen without any borders. So I have to zoom into each image individually. Scale to Frame Size or Fit to Frame Size doesn't do what I want because it leaves borders. My workaround was to crop all images in Lightroom into my project resolution (i.e. 16:9) . Is there a way to achieve this in Premiere without doing it for each image seperately?

 

Problem #2

I want all images to zoom in an rotate slightly. The problem is, that all images have different resolutions and ratios. So when I copy the effect of the first image onto other images it doesn't fit because the values doesn't match. Is there a way to solve this?

 

Thanks in advance

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