I have 2 footages coming from 2 different cameras that were recording the same event and I am using Premiere CS6.
I have each footage in a video track and slowed them down both to 40% . Then I want to use blend effect, so at the last third of one scene, the other kicks in, since camera 2 was set for a close shot.
However, although blend effect works great with scenes that are in original speed, I could not make it work when speed is changed! It seems like it blends with a totally different clip - that exists in timeline and is in the same track as I wanted scene 2 to blend in.
At the moment I change speed setting (or time remap), the scene 2, in which I applied blend effect, loses is reference for scene 1 .
Any thoughts on how to blend slowed down scenes without having to export slowed down first then blending output files?
I see that there is certainly a problem. I set one clip on another and used blend at 50%. Worked fine. I changed both clips to 40% and the clip with the effect looks like it is on Frame Hold on the last frame. A bug for sure.
Perhaps you would be happier using a cross dissolve transition between the two clips? At least until the bug gets fixed. I suggest you put in a bug report. I will do so as well.
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