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rotoscoping on premiere

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Sep 01, 2020

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I work on an Imac using 10.10.5 

 

I have a version of Photoshop that is CS5.1

 

I do not have a working version of Premier or Premiere Pro.  I used to be able to save files as "filmstrip" in a version of Premiere, then use photos from Photoshop to insert items into the filmstrip file and then save as a video file.  Is that still possible and with this level of software and equipment, what would be my best approach to this sort of simple rotoscoping that I used to do.  

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rotoscoping on premiere

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Sep 01, 2020

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I work on an Imac using 10.10.5 

 

I have a version of Photoshop that is CS5.1

 

I do not have a working version of Premier or Premiere Pro.  I used to be able to save files as "filmstrip" in a version of Premiere, then use photos from Photoshop to insert items into the filmstrip file and then save as a video file.  Is that still possible and with this level of software and equipment, what would be my best approach to this sort of simple rotoscoping that I used to do.  

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