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'Grade Object' in effects lab lite [ANSWER]

Posted: Sun, 25th Feb 2007, 2:59pm

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Link123456

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Before purchasing effects lab lite I was using a trial version. I have a question regarding why on the trial I had more t options than on the real thing?

On the trial I had all the ones I have at the moment, (muzzle flashes, optics etc). but I also had 'Grade object'. That does not appear to be opresent in the ful version. unsure
Posted: Sun, 25th Feb 2007, 9:11pm

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Are you sure you didn't download the trial for EffectsLab Pro by mistake?
Posted: Mon, 26th Feb 2007, 9:31am

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Indeed, sounds like you used the demo of EffectsLab Pro, but bought EffectsLab Lite. The features sets in the demos and full versions of both programs are identical.
Posted: Mon, 26th Feb 2007, 3:35pm

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......................that could be it. woops! redface

Ah, but wait. In the presets library, it says the 'Grade' effects are compatible with effects lab lite. Take a look:

http://fxhome.com/presets/info_cache/preset1401.html

how do I use such effects?

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Posted: Mon, 26th Feb 2007, 3:41pm

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You can still use grading filters. Simply click the 'FX' symbol on an timeline object to apply them, or click the grade track to access the grading toolset.

More info:

http://fxhome.com/support/vidtutes/?t=18&f=%2Bcat%3A5&cat=5
Posted: Mon, 26th Feb 2007, 3:43pm

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Tarn wrote:

You can still use grading filters. Simply click the 'FX' symbol on an timeline object to apply them, or click the grade track to access the grading toolset.

More info:

http://fxhome.com/support/vidtutes/?t=18&f=%2Bcat%3A5&cat=5
COOL! that solves that then. Thanks Tarn.