I am going through videos of lectures and I would like to display the slide on each page. How I plan to do this is by placing a PNG over or next to the video. However, when the slide changes, I have to change the PNG. How do I make it so that the PNG (or slide) shows up in the exact spot?
If you have one of the photos sized and cropped and positioned the way you like it, just copy it and then paste the attributes to all of the other photos all at one time.
So, put all of the slides and photographs in place, set up one photo and copy the attributes to the rest by copying the first one and then selecting all the rest and pasting the attibutes.
Otherwise you will find yourself doing it manually, one at a time. No fun.
Yes, it was! Sorry, I tried watching the video when I was in a coffee shop last night and the internet connection got slow half way through... then I had to leave. I just wasw it now and it seems like it will work just fine. I'll try it later when I have my project. Thanks!
Actually, I'm not sure this will work. I'm using CS3, which may be the reason why I can't find the attributes you're showing. Doesn't Premiere have a way to put in exact pixels? I might use AfterEffects instead, but I'm not sure if that's the right way to go.
Man, this is such an easy thing that I can't find a simple solution to handling. :/
Oh, well, you should have asked your question in the Premiere Pro CS4, & earlier forum.
I believe that Transform might be the effect you are looking for, but to be honest, I can't remember how we used to do it.
And I don't think that copying attributes was around way back in the dark ages of the last decade.