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  • muleferg
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    Harro: If you ever come back to Merle Fest let me know. I can get you a video pass.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bDHV2Th1nHo
    This is a video of Doc Watson meeting Nokie Edwards (Lead guitarist for the Ventures) at a Doc Fest in Sugar Creek. Edit on Edius NX 3.61
    PM me your mailing address and I'll send you a video of the first Merle Fest 1988. Shot with Panasonic Ml and 3/4
    Mule

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  • Harro
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    That was GREAT Mule! Thoroughly enjoyed it. As I am into Bluegrass music, and play the 5 string banjo, and video Bluegrass festivals in Australia, and use Edius to edit them, this was most educational for me. Thanks for posting it. Been to Merlefest in 2004 but only have stills in the video I made, as they did not allow any videoing there, pity.

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  • muleferg
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=szxusgCEjuc

    I used Heroglyph: in my last production. The Mandolin is one of a kind built by LLoyd Lore who also built Bill Monroe's in 1923, by the Gibson Co.
    Its value is $400.000+
    Mule Ferguson

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  • pjsssss
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    That was nice to take the time to do that tutorial.

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  • art2work4
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    Originally posted by vortigern View Post
    Your tutorial was amazingly comprehensive. It worked perfectly thanks.
    Glad to be of service.
    Happy editing

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  • vortigern
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    Your tutorial was amazingly comprehensive. It worked perfectly thanks.

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  • art2work4
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    Star Wars continued

    I hope that the tutorial gave you enough direction. If necessary I could try to share the preset used in the tutorial with you.

    happy editing

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  • art2work4
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    tutorial for StarWars opening

    Originally posted by vortigern View Post
    Despite a search I cannot find the preset that somebody once did I remember to produce the Star Wars title effect. Also if I want to stop the scrolling title going right of the top of the screen but to fade say two thirds of the way up can that be done?


    Hi there,
    although my tutorial was created in an older version of Edius, the present versions can do the same.

    http://home.tiscali.nl/artwork/tutor...20tutorial.wmv

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  • Harro
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    I have produced similar effect to what you describe using Title Motion Pro. Set the title to ANIMATE, add a keyframe, decide on starting and finishing positions, adjust the scale to suit start keyframe (say 1) and finish keyframe (probably close to 0), adjust the same TWIST to both keyframes (about -10 or whatever suit you) and you have it.

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  • vortigern
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    I will look at Blender Thanks

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  • Gundark
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    Have you tried Blender?
    http://www.blender.org

    It's pretty simple to create a title like that in blender and export it as an AVI file.
    Last edited by Gundark; 03-05-2010, 03:42 AM.

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  • vortigern
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    Ah thanks Anton I new it was somewhere. The wishlist. And thanks for the other scrolling tip.

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  • swsw1550
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    Originally posted by Eric View Post
    You can use a simple scroll title made with Quicktitler, put it on a V-Track and use 3D PIP to get the typical 3D Star Treck effect.
    There is a Startreck title preset on Heroglyph 2.6x
    I new it was one of them.

    Steve

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  • antonsvideo
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    http://www.wishlistcentral.com/wc/edius/

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  • Eric
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    You can use a simple scroll title made with Quicktitler, put it on a V-Track and use 3D PIP to get the typical 3D Star Treck effect.
    There is a Startreck title preset on Heroglyph 2.6x

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