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    walkabout
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  • walkabout
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    Thanks Anton
    I tried that and it works, shame you cannot do it within Vistitle.
    Mark

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  • antonsvideo
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    Originally posted by walkabout View Post
    G'day Anton,
    No I want to saved it in the default project folders.
    But I want to be able to be in a project and import a title from another project, I know I can double click on titles in the timeline to get back at them.
    I just don't understand why I cannot import titles back into Vistitle from the saved directory.
    Mark
    basically, to import title from another project, I use 2 options

    1. open all titles from another project in one hit by opening that title folder in the bin

    2. double click bin in empty space and browse for a title in another projects title folder

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  • walkabout
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  • walkabout
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    G'day Anton,
    No I want to saved it in the default project folders.
    But I want to be able to be in a project and import a title from another project, I know I can double click on titles in the timeline to get back at them.
    I just don't understand why I cannot import titles back into Vistitle from the saved directory.
    Mark

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  • antonsvideo
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    use Save or Ctrl+S

    what I use is faster, I simply click the X at top right, it then gives me choice to save still or animation and the name is auto generated and it is placed in the correct title folder of the current project

    or do you purposely want to save it elsewhere? if so, what name did you give it?

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  • walkabout
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    Okay I admit defeat!!
    I make a title, click the Edius Tab, click "save as" save it to the title folder in the project e.g. Comuter>Media(M)>Edius Projects>Launa>title.
    It saves it as a *.vtlayout
    I exit, open up Vistitle, click the Edius tab, click Import, a window pops up, it only looks for *.vtprj files.
    If i navigate to the above saved location nothing there.
    But when I save a title using the above method I can see all the previous saved titles.
    What am I doing wrong?

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  • GrassValley_PS
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    If it is in use in a project, just double click on it. If you need to import previously made titles, they are wherever you saved them.

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  • walkabout
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    Also I have found the Reference Guide...Hmm
    You look for SYNC EDIUS...there is no mention of it, yet there is a big button on the interface.
    Mark

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  • walkabout
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  • walkabout
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    Thanks
    Do you know the answer to my 2nd question?
    In Inscriber or Title deko pro, you can go to a folder where your titles are kept and recall it to use them or modify.
    How do you do that in Vistitle?
    I see the button for bringing in projects but not individual titles.
    Mark

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  • VX Chen
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  • VX Chen
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    Originally posted by walkabout View Post
    Could somebody tell me how to find the Vistitle help file?
    Also if I open Vistitle how can I recall a save title?
    Thanks
    In VisTitle, press F1 to get help, or go to windows program group, there is some links to VisTitle manual PDF files. Or go to installtion folder, find PDF or CHM files.

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  • walkabout
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  • walkabout
    started a topic Vistitle help file

    Vistitle help file

    Could somebody tell me how to find the Vistitle help file?
    Also if I open Vistitle how can I recall a save title?
    Thanks
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