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1,Download the alamdv2 plugin that you want.
2,Now open a movie maker of some sort like windows movie maker and import the frames that come in the file.
3,Now put the frames down in the time line one frame each and watch it se if it works.
4,Now export your movie as a Qick Time Video.
5,Ok now import the Qick Time Video in your effects lab and there you go you are done.
If your movie maker cant import the type of file the photo is use a photo editer and save them as a file of a photo that can import like a BMP GIF JPG stuff like that.
I hope this help's you effects lab user's out there and this is somthing you can do untill the stock footage on the fxvault comes out i cant wait to see yalls films.