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  1. I have a a movie from different sources. There are differences in the way they sit and I am trying to align them. So, far what I've done is captured frames from each and layered them over each other in Photoshop to get an idea what I should do. But it seems more difficult than simply a crop.

    One pair of images looks like I would need to rotate the image, but I know of no tool that would do that. I could use the transform tool in Photoshop, but I'm looking for a way to create a filter that I can import into Premiere to correct the entire clip. I don't know if you could do that with transform.

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    Lastly I was hoping for suggestions on getting the colors to match somewhat better than they do currently. Agan, I've just played with Photoshop and the color match function. But, I was unable to get anything satisfactory.

    I have Premiere at my disposal, and have access to After Effects though I've never tried AE.
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  2. Why would you need to align the two video clips? What are you trying to achieve in the end?
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  3. Originally Posted by StrobeLightEpileptic View Post
    One pair of images looks like I would need to rotate the image, but I know of no tool that would do that. ...

    I have Premiere at my disposal, and have access to After Effects though I've never tried AE.
    You've named two tools that can "do that," easily and well. Best of luck.
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