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If there are any tutorials,let me know,thanx!
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I am not entirely sure what you mean by "force lightning with fxhome", but assuming you intended to say EffectsLab Dv, the answer is yes. I have recently written a post on how to accomplish this effect in EffectsLab Dv. If you decide to purchase the program, or download the trial version, and you want to give this effect a try down the road, you can find that post here.
zyper wrote:did anyone find out how to make force lightning with fxhome!!
As far as the background and file type for use as a plug-in, transparent is most common for the back ground in most (if not all) plug-ins. When saved as .tiff, the transparent back ground is retained for use as a plug-in. I don't believe any other file type will be acceptable for the "Plugger" you use to make the plug-in. I have never attempted to make a "force lightning" plug-in, so I can not tell you any of the steps you may have to take to work around possible complications.
jrg2134 wrote:i need to know the backround and filetype in order to do force lightning.