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day to night

Posted: Tue, 10th Oct 2006, 11:27pm

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rathgeber films

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i need a preset filter that makes day look like night... for effects lab pro or composite lab pro... thanks
Posted: Tue, 10th Oct 2006, 11:38pm

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Axeman

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You mean like this one?
Posted: Wed, 11th Oct 2006, 8:27am

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Simon K Jones

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As Axeman points out, it's usually a good idea to check the existing preset library before requesting a new preset. razz
Posted: Thu, 12th Oct 2006, 6:18pm

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rathgeber films

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i have searched the preset library, and found that preset but i cant import it because it says its allready been imported..... but its not in my effects lab preset library...or whatever... i dont know where to find it.
Posted: Thu, 12th Oct 2006, 6:29pm

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Dancamfx

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To use this preset, you must right click on your footage tab on your timeline and select "apply preset". It will then list all your grading presets that you can apply to your footage. I hope this helps.
Posted: Sun, 19th Nov 2006, 3:24am

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Penguin

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Day for nights are pretty easy just put a bunch of black and blue ambient lights.