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Nonesense, you can do it with Premiere.
(1) In Photoshop, create a large resolution image with snow flakes on a blue screen background. Use that as a foreground.
(2) In Premiere, place your foreground on top of the background and use blue screen options to retain only the snow flakes.
(3) Increase the size of the foreground image a few hundred percent and use the movement option to slide the foreground down (as you would do in a crawl title effect).
(4) Use various layers and various crawl speeds. When a crawl in done, fade into the next crawl to the snow flake effect goes on as long as you want.
(5) You can use brighness variations on the snowflakes to create an organic effect.
(6) To enhance the effect, use slightly different crawl angles on each layer.
It works. I used this technique to create a sandstorm effect and it was so convincing, nobody knew it wasn't a real sandstorm.
Hey eddie and mobutu,
thx for the reply's!Well I have (I think) also adobe after effects need to check that tomorrow. I'm going to try the tutorial Mobutu typed here above me and we will see:D.I never worked with adobe premiere but I can give it a try:D.Thx again for your help guys!!
Mobutu can't say "you're welcome" because he has been unfairly banned from these forums. So I'll say "you're welcome" on his behalf.
Since you have After Effects it would be the more apt program to use (as Eddie suggested). You have better control and options to create a more convincing organic city in snow. Mobutu's method is not wrong, though cumbersome and a workaround if you do not have After Effects.