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Old 07-16-2019, 07:00 PM   #38
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Originally Posted by kruzer View Post
BernH and Jerry

Thank you again, for taking time and help me to be a better editor. Learned a lot from all of you commenting :)

yes on Quick Time and VLC
QT has no problem opening the image. I always forget I have QT to play :)
I'd love to see the clip where these Rampant are installed and how it works.

Bought a package of Lower Third.
It's useful and playing around with it now.
The length of play can be adjusted only to be shorter but not longer. Using Edius-7 version.
Just curious.

I 'discovered' something in Quick Titles yesterday... Hah! ... after using it for decade(s)
Edius has a bunch of 'graphics' in Quick titles. Those can also be used for lower Third and some actually better than the package I bought. Didn't realized at first :)

Anyway, if I can make some graphics in PS ... is it possible to IMPORT it to Edius 'graphics' ?
That would make a lot of difference and able to create all kinds of graphics useful in Titles and even lower third....
Searching for YT tut how to do it not shown anything...maybe my key-words are not correct.
Anyone had success making your own 'graphics' and use it in Edius Quick Titles?

I can't tell you guy how much I appreciate the help I am getting here :)
This has to be the best forum!
If you are making a graphic in photoshop, just do the same thing we were talking about earlier. Drop the PSD on one timeline layer, and add your text to another. I don't know if you can add to the built in graphics, I have never tried it.
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