Hi - have searched and cannot see an answer, but apologies if this has already been asked/answered.
I want to use Prem Pro to create a montage with pictures (to music...). I have imported the music, no issue, but when I try and import the pictures (sometimes 50-odd) - they keep coming up with the same picture - both as an image and on the timeline -despite it having a different (and correct) file name.
I am sure I saw this is older versions of Prem Pro I had, but cant remember if there was a fix.
Any help greatly appreciated, as I am trying to complete this for a birthday.....
Photo Scaling for Video http://forums.adobe.com/thread/450798
-Too Large May = Crash http://forums.adobe.com/thread/879967
-And another crash report http://forums.adobe.com/thread/973935
2nd, if your pictures are the correct size, simply open in Photoshop and resave is the fix I have read (can't remember if you have to remove the pictures from the project and reimport)
This bug is fixed in Premiere Pro CS5.5.
The workaround, as stated above, is to open the images in Photoshop and resave them without making any changes, and then import them into Premiere Pro CS5.
Guys - thanks for all our help, it is appreciated.
1 question (and I have tried hunting it down - honest) - but how do I automate the opening & saving of a file.
I have tried looking at actions, and also the auto batch system. Just cat see how to Open & then close it. I have a number of folders, but if it means running it for each folder that is fine, I can do that.
Sorry for being really simple - and it is probably staring mne in the face, but I cant see it for the life of me!!
posted on photoshop forum, and for the benefit of those who hae a similar issue and may come accross this thread, it was resolved as follows;
With Photoshop you could use:-
File > Scripts > Image Processor
fairly self explanatory when there, and has worked, Thanks to all those who help both on this thread and the photoshop one.
In John T's first link, "Photo Scaling," there are steps for using Automate>Batch and an Action, to Scale entire folders of Still Images. As with many operations in PS, there are a few other ways to do it, such as using Scripts. Still, that would be a great starting point.