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  • NewBluFX Vignette & Edius Dissolve not possible together?

    I'm banging my head on this supposed simple thing I want to apply to a clip in Neo 2.

    I have applied the NewBlueFX Vignette to a Canopus HQ clip but I also want that clip with the vignette to fade in from black using the dissolve plugin

    No matter what I try - I can't apply either one when the other is applied to the clip.

    Is this a known issue or am I bringing my bad habits from editing in Vegas with me?

    TBH - this could be the deal breaker for me so I'm hoping someone can tell me if there's a different way of making this work in Edius.

    Plese help!
    Cliff Etzel
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  • #2
    Use the keyer track and just fade in from there with the opacity line

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    • #3
      Originally posted by pjsssss View Post
      Use the keyer track and just fade in from there with the opacity line
      I actually tried that first - it seems that the only way to get this to work is to render as many effects to a clip as possible - render the clip and replace the existing clip and apply the other effects. Seems a little convoluted but I can't seem to find any other way of accomplishing this.
      Cliff Etzel
      Micro Documentary Filmmaker
      bluprojekt | SoloVJ (blog)
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      • #4
        The fader rubberband are broken in NewBlueFX keyers. :~(
        It's a known issue and they're currently working on a fix.

        My workaround is to fade to a black clip in a higher track.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by Rusty View Post
          The fader rubberband are broken in NewBlueFX keyers. :~(
          It's a known issue and they're currently working on a fix.

          My workaround is to fade to a black clip in a higher track.
          Thanks so much Rusty - that's the simple workaround I was hoping for
          Cliff Etzel
          Micro Documentary Filmmaker
          bluprojekt | SoloVJ (blog)
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          Desktop: OS: Win7 Pro x64 | CPU: Intel Q9400 | Mobo: Intel DG33TL | 8GB G.Skill Dual Channel RAM | Boot/Apps: Seagate 160GB 7200RPM | Audio: Seagate 160GB 7200RPM | Source: WD Black 2x750GB Raid 0 (1.5TB) | Graphics: nVidia GT-220 1GB DDR

          Laptop: Dell Latitude D620 | C2D 2.0Ghz | 4GB G.Skill RAM | OS: Vista x64 | Primary HD: WD 320GB 7200RPM | Video HD: WD 250GB 5400RPM

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          • #6
            Go to the download page and download the version just posted today. This new version adds the missing rubberband support and also adds keyframing! Registered users should have received an e-mail!

            http://www.newbluefx.com/downloads.html

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