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  • Thor
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    Wow!

    I'm lucky if I can get a static "Family Movies" title to fade in and out.

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  • vgtah
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    Originally posted by Khoi Pham View Post
    Very creative work out of a basic title. Thanks.
    ;) thks, we will collaborate one day i hope !

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  • Khoi Pham
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    Very creative work out of a basic title. Thanks.

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  • vgtah
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    Originally posted by Khoi Pham View Post
    Man that is too cool, how the hell did you do all that 3D titles in quick title? maybe I should play with it more, I never use title much in my line of work.
    what's up khoi !

    i export the video with the title in 2d then i play with the layouter in 3d,
    dubbing the sequence to make a 50/50 cropping then one half of the screen got a different angle from the other one.

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  • Khoi Pham
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    Originally posted by vgtah View Post
    last edit...hell work

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...&v=wL-QbyOia8w

    thanks quick titler

    i loved you
    rip
    Man that is too cool, how the hell did you do all that 3D titles in quick title? maybe I should play with it more, I never use title much in my line of work.

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  • Tobe
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    love it...titles for all...

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  • vgtah
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    last edit...hell work

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...&v=wL-QbyOia8w

    thanks quick titler

    i loved you
    rip

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  • vgtah
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    here it is,

    one part may change (the wall of split screen at the end),

    No after effect, except at 3'10, everything in edius layouter for animation
    enjoy the work, 2 weeks of concentration.

    https://vimeo.com/61087043
    Last edited by vgtah; 03-05-2013, 02:10 PM.

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  • Bluetongue
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    Originally posted by vgtah View Post
    no, television and internet :)
    Edius and or VMW does a great job of converting from Interlaced to Progressive for Internet and allows DVD and Bluray output as well

    If just for Internet then Progressive is the answer, BUT any interlace footage will appear as double image on fast movement as both fields will be combined to make a frame and as with fast movement the two fields will have a displacement so double imaging will occur

    For television depends on how you intend to supply to a television set, DVD or Bluray is the norm, BUT, on the latest sets it is possible to encode an mpeg or mp4 to be placed on a USB drive and play through the Tele
    But the problem of jittery movement on fast movement raises its head again, so I would rather use interlaced for playback on a television

    But there are a lot of people who don't mind the jitter, comes down to what you want to achieve or what you feel is best
    Regards Barry

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  • vgtah
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    Originally posted by Bluetongue View Post
    If for DVD or Bluray, INTERLACED!

    That is the specification, so it is simple

    Regards Barry
    no, television and internet :)

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  • Bluetongue
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    Originally posted by vgtah View Post
    thanks but for a video with 99 percent of text, what is the best project settings ?
    If for DVD or Bluray, INTERLACED!

    That is the specification, so it is simple

    Regards Barry

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  • vgtah
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    Originally posted by Bluetongue View Post
    If this was what you wanted answered I will give it a try
    Best Project setting! If you have interlaced video, use an interlaced project
    Interlace video in a Progressive project gives double imaging on fast movement but progressive in an interlaced project looks acceptable except for the jitter

    An Interlaced project exports to DVD and Bluray with ease
    IF you only export to the internet a Progressive project COULD be better IF you have progressive video

    I Film with Interlaced because of the smoothness and internet is just something I somtimes do so people can see what I can do and see for yourself, looks good to me

    My main concern is Broadcast which requires Interlace as does a DVD or Bluray copy

    Hope That helps
    Barry
    thanks but for a video with 99 percent of text, what is the best project settings ?

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  • Bluetongue
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    Originally posted by vgtah View Post
    what would be the best parameter ?
    i was wondering if i may be in my project settings in progressive, upper or down field...25 or 50 etc...

    let me know

    i was wondering too if i can change the parameter to a 2k to zoom or dezoom in the texts
    If this was what you wanted answered I will give it a try
    Best Project setting! If you have interlaced video, use an interlaced project
    Interlace video in a Progressive project gives double imaging on fast movement but progressive in an interlaced project looks acceptable except for the jitter

    An Interlaced project exports to DVD and Bluray with ease
    IF you only export to the internet a Progressive project COULD be better IF you have progressive video

    I Film with Interlaced because of the smoothness and internet is just something I somtimes do so people can see what I can do and see for yourself, looks good to me

    My main concern is Broadcast which requires Interlace as does a DVD or Bluray copy

    Hope That helps
    Barry

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  • vgtah
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    Originally posted by Bluetongue View Post
    Don't understand? Have I missed something?

    Regards Barry
    BARRY, just 3 posts up, but to answer to your question,
    yes the stairs disappeared in play mode.

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  • Bluetongue
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    Originally posted by vgtah View Post
    but my next question is just up there ;), the coming work will be very funny to watch for every edius users...
    Don't understand? Have I missed something?

    Regards Barry

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