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Bodnificator, changing text [ANSWER]

Posted: Sun, 24th Feb 2008, 11:52pm

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Filmguy2008

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Probably the dumbest question of the day, but how to you change the text to say what you want? I've only played with it on the demo, and it does not allow you to edit the test, only to delete it.
Posted: Mon, 25th Feb 2008, 12:58am

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Darth Stazz the Powerful

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im afraid that you're not gonna be able to change the text of that preset. but there is a way to create your own textures using a certain software. look for the tutorial
Posted: Mon, 25th Feb 2008, 3:48am

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Axeman

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If you create a new texture of the text you want, it can work. That preset was really created as an inside joke though...
Posted: Fri, 24th Oct 2008, 11:23pm

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SimianCro

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for 150 bucks a whack, it better not be a joke.......has any one figured out how to use this?
Posted: Fri, 24th Oct 2008, 11:30pm

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Axeman

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Not sure what you mean by the 150 bucks comment; the Bodnificator preset is free, like all the others.

And as was mentioned, by creating a new texture file containing the text you want to appear, it can be made to say whatever you would like.
Posted: Fri, 24th Oct 2008, 11:32pm

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SimianCro

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how do you change the text...the words
Posted: Fri, 24th Oct 2008, 11:45pm

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Axeman

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As with any particle preset, the shape of the particles is defined by what texture files you use. Create a texture file containing the text you want to be there.

As was mentioned before though, this isnt really a good way to create title animations; it was never something that EffectsLab was intended to do.
Posted: Sat, 25th Oct 2008, 2:38am

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SimianCro

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ok i got it....