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  • Lens flare in Edius

    How can i bring and use lens flares on my videos on edius?

  • #2
    It depends on where you get the lens flares. I use some from Digital Juice. Simply import them into the Bin and then place them on a higher track in the timeline.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by GrassValley_PS View Post
      It depends on where you get the lens flares. I use some from Digital Juice. Simply import them into the Bin and then place them on a higher track in the timeline.
      Thanks for that I downloaded some free lens flares off the nets, I dropped above by video and added a linear keyers is their a better way? Anyways it is great! Little bright but good! I just moved up one level!

      JW
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      • #4
        I would place the digital juice clip below the video track and apply the "track matte" keyer to the video clips keyer track
        Anton Strauss
        Antons Video Productions - Sydney

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        • #5
          Originally posted by antonsvideo View Post
          I would place the digital juice clip below the video track and apply the "track matte" keyer to the video clips keyer track
          Will try that next round.
          Heres the lens flare vid using method above

          http://youtu.be/QbacsUTrIoA
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          New System: Edius 7.53.31 Win7-64 Xeon W3520 2.6GHz , 16GB Ram, Lenovo 4157W Nvidia FX 380 ADC-110 Quicktime 7.6

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          • #6
            Your best results will come from having a plugin that creates the lens flare, natively within Edius. MB Looks and Sapphire can do this quite well. Both of these require After Effects (for use with the AE Bridge) and of the two MB Looks is the least expensive.
            Another alternative is to create the lens flare within After Effects and then export it to an HQX file for import into Edius. This is easily accomplished with the lens flare AE plugin from Video Copilot.
            https://www.videocopilot.net/products/opticalflares/

            MB Looks ends up being a better deal due to the fact that it does more than just Lens Flares.
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