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  • can vistitle animate colour changes?

    Hi all,
    Making great progress with vistitle and have achieved far more than I thought I would at this early point in the learning curve.

    However, what I want to do is very simple but I cannot achieve it. I want to change a colour of an arrow shape over a keyframed period- say starting red and ending green. This is for animating fluid flow. I am fine with creating and animating objects using keyframes, it is just the colour change I can't do. Any advice welcome. ( I am assuming that vistitle can keyframe colour changes of course)

    Cheers Guys
    Rod
    Rod Pike

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  • #2
    one quick way with timeline control would be to save your red one as a new name and add it above the existing title on a V track and change its color to green

    now add dissolve to keyer track and drag it for the entire width of the keyer track
    Anton Strauss
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    • #3
      Hi Anton, thanks for that, yes I actually went through that doubling up procedure but assumed I was missing something far slicker in the programme.

      With all the smart things this programme is capable of I was hoping that "click keframe colour to red" and later "click keyframe colour to green" in the translate track would work- ideally with a blend at the transition. But from your knowledge it seems it can't do this?
      Rod
      Rod Pike

      www.voxvideoproductions.co.nz
      A set of high quality paint brushes don't make you Rembrandt!


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      • #4
        Originally posted by rodpike View Post
        Hi Anton, thanks for that, yes I actually went through that doubling up procedure but assumed I was missing something far slicker in the programme.

        With all the smart things this programme is capable of I was hoping that "click keframe colour to red" and later "click keyframe colour to green" in the translate track would work- ideally with a blend at the transition. But from your knowledge it seems it can't do this?
        Rod
        VisTitle could not do color keyframe for objects, so, you have to do two objects in VisTitle timeline to get same result, one is red, another is green. It is ok for your requirments?

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        • #5
          You can try this method to get what you want. It will require you having the 2D Path to 3D plugin. You can do it all within Vistitle and one layer:

          Keyframed Color Change.wmv

          If you do not have this plugin, the 2 layer method within Vistitle looks like this:

          2 layer color change.png
          Last edited by Jerry; 04-18-2013, 11:44 AM.
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          • #6
            Thankyou Anton, Jack and Jerry. I have a way forward. I realise I am trying to achieve an AE effect here , but I dont have AE so this advice will get me where I need to be using Vistitle.
            Cheers!
            Rod.
            Rod Pike

            www.voxvideoproductions.co.nz
            A set of high quality paint brushes don't make you Rembrandt!


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            • #7
              outcome good!

              Hi all,
              well this was my solution, using duplicate images and changing the top layer to red and shortening and staggering the positioning. The client loved it, so thanks all.
              http://youtu.be/BejF68e_z-I
              Rod Pike

              www.voxvideoproductions.co.nz
              A set of high quality paint brushes don't make you Rembrandt!


              Windows7-Edius 6.55-HDspark-VISTITLE v2.5.TMPGenc 5.vitascene v2-mercalli V2-Respeedr v1-Intel core i7 4770 8mb quad core processor-Asus Gryphon Z87 mobo- 16Gb ram-1 x samsung 256gb SSD 840 pro sata-2xWD 1tb sata caviar blue in raid 0-ASUS gtx 760 overclocked 2gb graphics card. Asus DRW 24 DVDRW DVD player-Cameras:Panasonic AC160A and AF102. and an 8kg cat who sleeps on my desk all day.

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