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compositelab help me plz

Posted: Sun, 12th Aug 2007, 3:44pm

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FXhomer24220

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ive just got it and i wanted to know what is better effectslab or co9mpositelab pro cos i dont realy know about this so what type of stuff does it do
Posted: Sun, 12th Aug 2007, 4:36pm

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B3N

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Effectslab range
This is used for effects such as, Muzzle flashes, Neon lights for signs or lightsabres, Optics for atificial suns or lens flares or Particles for fire, smoke, magic etc. This is recommended for people who want to create stunnign Visual effects

Compositelab pro
This is for various things. Greenscreening, Ivisibilty and advanced grading and more. This is recommended if you want to do films which require a greenscreen in them.

Extra: Visionlab Studio
This is both Effectslab and Compositelab put together for a easier workflow. This is recommended for people who want to do both effects and greenscreening.

Next Time I advise you to actually check out the products page as that covers everything

edit:You may want to register your product in your account page to prove you have got it so you can recive full product support and download presets

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B3N
Posted: Mon, 13th Aug 2007, 8:24am

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Simon K Jones

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FXhomer24220 wrote:

ive just got it and i wanted to know what is better effectslab or co9mpositelab pro cos i dont realy know about this so what type of stuff does it do
Why did you get a program when you have no idea what it does? crazy

I suggest checking out the product pages:

http://fxhome.com/products/

They contain all the info you could need. If you have any questions that aren't answered there, let us know.