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Help need on a project of stars wars beginning!

Posted: Wed, 16th Jan 2008, 9:49pm

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FXhomer50669

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i need help to make the star wars beginnning title and text and its animations and how its flysout i some1 to give me a guide to doing that plz and what softwares i need plz and ty
Posted: Wed, 16th Jan 2008, 11:07pm

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SlikProductions

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I'm pretty sure that fxhome could do that although I dont know how. In order to do stuff like that, I usually use After Effects and I make text. Then I tilt it a little bit and the animate it to slowly go off the screen.
Posted: Mon, 21st Jan 2008, 10:33am

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NickF

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If you're on a Mac, this would make it easy enough.
Posted: Mon, 21st Jan 2008, 2:24pm

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GunLeg3nd

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You can use Windows Movie Maker and put it as a title select the title animation and there is a Star Wars one. I hope this helps
Posted: Mon, 21st Jan 2008, 3:45pm

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GeeksGoneBad

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I've got a set up for After Effects on the PC if you want it - just change the text and render... wink
Posted: Wed, 23rd Jan 2008, 9:35pm

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Link123456

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Yeah you can do this extremely easily on Movie Maker
Posted: Thu, 24th Jan 2008, 9:49am

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NickF

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Please DON'T DO IT IN WINDOWS MOVIE MAKER !!

If you, or anyone wants, I can make one and upload it for you using the tool I posted a link to before. The results are really amazing!!
Posted: Thu, 24th Jan 2008, 7:46pm

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hawkeye

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It can be quite easily and just as well with Abobe Premier Elements.
Posted: Fri, 25th Jan 2008, 5:52pm

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Link123456

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Whats wrong with Movie maker? (Apart from it being the most annoying and basic program on the face of the planet that I hate).

If you don't have a mac it's the easiest way of doing it.
Posted: Sat, 26th Jan 2008, 1:52am

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NickF

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Link123456 wrote:

Whats wrong with Movie maker? (Apart from it being the most annoying and basic program on the face of the planet that I hate).
It hurts my eyes....
Posted: Tue, 29th Jan 2008, 9:08am

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Link123456

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it hurts mine too, but still, for simple things like a wizzy star wars title it's pretty good.

And it crashes a lot. a lot.