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EffectsLab Pro - adding Gleam Glow

Posted: Sat, 3rd Jun 2006, 2:42am

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JUIDAR

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It has come to my understanding that the "Gleam Glow" option/feature how ever it is labeled I call it a part of grading but anyway I was told that this is a feature that Composite Lab and Vision Lab have only.


It would be really NICE if this could be a regular feature for the Pro users of Elab Pro.


PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!


PLEASE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted: Sat, 3rd Jun 2006, 5:28am

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Axeman

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Gleam is included in EffectsLab Pro. It can only be used on effects elements, and not on stock footage, but it is there.

Glow is only available in CompositeLab or VisionLab, as it is primarily designed for compositing. If they added the advanced compositing features to EffectsLab, what would motivate people to buy the other products?
Posted: Sat, 3rd Jun 2006, 6:45am

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JUIDAR

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sad

Just want to gleam stock footage.
Posted: Sat, 3rd Jun 2006, 6:53am

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Redhawksrymmer

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This would be possible when the new "Grade Object" tool is available...at least I think so.
Posted: Sat, 3rd Jun 2006, 3:15pm

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Axeman

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I don't think so. I guess we will have to wait and see, but I would think that Gleam would still be limited to Effects elements. If it does work, great, but keep in mind that EVERY layer under the Grade object would receive the Gleam effect.
Posted: Sun, 4th Jun 2006, 12:48pm

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Axeman wrote:

I don't think so. I guess we will have to wait and see, but I would think that Gleam would still be limited to Effects elements. If it does work, great, but keep in mind that EVERY layer under the Grade object would receive the Gleam effect.
Ah. It makes sense now that you say that...