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Creating Presets with multiple parts [ANSWER]

Posted: Tue, 26th Feb 2008, 12:32am

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AXE

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Ok I'm a little confused...

I read the manual a few times and I still don't get how to make a preset using more than effect. I made the Lumos Harry Potter effect recently only using ONE optics effect. But how do I combine to effects at once to create one preset?
Posted: Tue, 26th Feb 2008, 2:05am

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Plainly

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If I understand your question correctly...

You need to create two seperate presets.

Ex.:
'Lumos Effect, layer 1 of 2' would be the first preset.
'Lumos Effect, layer 2 of 2' would be the second preset.

You cannot put two objects into one preset.
Posted: Tue, 26th Feb 2008, 9:03am

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Cogz

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Yeah, as Plainly says you have to create separate presets, if you name them well (i.e. part 1, 2 or whatever) you should see them together in the preset archive. Also if you upload them into our preset library make sure you add a note in the description, telling other people there are other parts.