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  • pjsssss
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    Yes it is a limitation. You should not have to render the ivp file at all unless you have a very slow computer.

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  • jonsol07
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    Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
    Simply do your Imaginate project and then save it. Go back to Edius and import that file. It will come into Edius as a small clip but you can grab the end of it and stretch it out as long as you like to achieve the speed you want. Works very well.
    Thanks,

    I was trying to import it as a clip, but when I went to the bin and brought it in there, it worked.

    One problem I found was that when I dragged the Imaginate project onto the timeline and rendered it, it could not be cut or edited like a normal clip.

    When I cut one into two pieces on the timeline, each part is identical--just shorter.

    I presume that is just a limitation of bringing a project in to the timeline rather than a rendered clip.

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  • trottnow
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    I finally bought pro-show producer and love it (pricey however)

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  • pjsssss
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    Simply do your Imaginate project and then save it. Go back to Edius and import that file. It will come into Edius as a small clip but you can grab the end of it and stretch it out as long as you like to achieve the speed you want. Works very well.

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  • jonsol07
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    Originally posted by Imagine Video View Post
    Have a look at Imaginate when using lots of stills in the time line! BUT do not render it out in Imaginate - Just use the Imaginate Project file direct on the EDIUS time line

    Looks great even in a Hi Def project

    A great little rostrum type programme
    I am intrigued by this suggestion but find that it doesn't work
    in 5.12. Can you, or anyone else, elaborate on this procedure? Thanks in advance.

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  • rudyds10
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    thank you for feedback

    Hello all,

    thank you for your reply's.
    I considered already imaginate in the past but I hoped that buying the creative edius bundle with hieroglyph included would do the job.
    I am on a smaller project now and probably do the work around as Anton suggested. Will review imaginate as next step,

    thanks again,

    Rudy

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  • Imagine Video
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    Have a look at Imaginate when using lots of stills in the time line! BUT do not render it out in Imaginate - Just use the Imaginate Project file direct on the EDIUS time line

    Looks great even in a Hi Def project

    A great little rostrum type programme

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by rudyds10 View Post
    Hello,


    The problem I encounter is that when I apply a transition effect between two stills manipulated with 3D PiP the systems does not behave as expected. In fact the first 3D PiP is applied to all the stills after the first.
    Anyone experienced the same, and more important, anyone knows how to solve this ?

    Thanks,

    Rudy
    some people love this feature, others don't

    to overcome, edit in AB style fashion by applying rubberband opacity dissolves
    http://www.videoproductions.com.au/e...ransitions.png

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  • laddi.b
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    Have you considered Imaginate to manipulate stills? You can zoom into high resolution images without losing image quality.

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  • rudyds10
    started a topic another question on stills on timeline

    another question on stills on timeline

    Hello,

    after some playing around with including stills in my video (layout tool, pip, hieroglyph, ...) I found the best solution (for my needs) to be the 3D PiP effect tool. This gives me all the possibilities I need with keyframing, although the zoom function is of course a horror (reduced resolution : please Canopus, solve this).
    The problem I encounter is that when I apply a transition effect between two stills manipulated with 3D PiP the systems does not behave as expected. In fact the first 3D PiP is applied to all the stills after the first.
    Anyone experienced the same, and more important, anyone knows how to solve this ?

    Thanks,

    Rudy
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