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    Hi all,

    I have only received Premier Pro and some things are confusing me!

    Can someone tell me?
    What is rendering?
    And how do I pause a video but still have the audio running? (You pause the video to talk about the paused clip or what is to come next) this is doing my head in.

    Or is there any other way of doing this.

    Please, Please help

    I only have Premier Pro a short time and I need to get these videos sorted for a friend.

    Please help.
    Last edited by VideoDVDandME; 09-09-2007 at 08:52 PM.

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    Rendering is basically when the software compiles all your edited footage into the final video.

    Premiere Pro will allow you to stop footage but you may need to seperate or "lock" your audio track to enable you to have your commentary.

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    When you say pause the video and still have the audio running to talk about the paused clip I'm assuming you mean so as the audio on the video is talking about it.

    If so record the commentary separately.

    Split the video where you want it to pause and export a still frame from the end of the first clip, insert that still between the clips and stretch it to the duration you desire. Put your audio track, talking about it, below in an audio track.

    If that's what you mean it will work fine.

    David.

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    Quote Originally Posted by david walsh View Post
    When you say pause the video and still have the audio running to talk about the paused clip I'm assuming you mean so as the audio on the video is talking about it.

    If so record the commentary separately.

    Split the video where you want it to pause and export a still frame from the end of the first clip, insert that still between the clips and stretch it to the duration you desire. Put your audio track, talking about it, below in an audio track.

    If that's what you mean it will work fine.

    David.

    Yes this is it. but i cant get the frame , is there anywhere in PP where i can get the single frame or what program would be best for the job.

    thanks a mil

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    You'll find it under "file - export - frame". Premiere should automatically import the frame for you too.

    David.

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    Thanks David
    "u the man".

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