Should there be a text engine?
Total Votes : 28
Posted: Wed, 17th Sep 2008, 7:59pm
Post 1 of 10
Wouldn't it be cool if the fxhome products had a text engine, nothing advanced, but it would be cool.
Posted: Wed, 17th Sep 2008, 8:15pm
Post 2 of 10
I think that would be pretty cool. Though FXhome products aren't made for doing a lot of things you would use a text engine for, I think it would help with adding titles to movies. You're 'supposed' to add titles in an NLE, but you can get cooler, more custom ones if you use a Lab product, and I think a text engine (even just a simple one) would make it easier to do.
Posted: Thu, 25th Sep 2008, 10:15pm
Post 3 of 10
It would have its usages.
Posted: Sat, 18th Oct 2008, 11:58pm
Post 4 of 10
Jabooza wrote:You're 'supposed' to add titles in an NLE, but you can get cooler, more custom ones if you use a Lab product, and I think a text engine (even just a simple one) would make it easier to do.
I agree. A text engine in Visionlab would be a much "cooler" alternative to using the usual lame NLE titling.
Posted: Sun, 1st Mar 2009, 1:50pm
Post 5 of 10
Yes, typing text beside the already existintg freehand, square and circle at masking, it would be good ... for creating burning letters logo, or snow falling logo...
...recently I can workaround with any bitmap editor, from Paint, Paint.net, PaintS...P.., Gimp, or Ph...Shop.
This textengine could be ... vectorbased ... what is better then bitmaps.
(Where can I vote?)
Posted: Wed, 4th Mar 2009, 11:20am
Post 6 of 10
although it's stupid to buy this just for text, adobe after effects is great for text. We use it at uni and you get some great results
Posted: Wed, 1st Apr 2009, 4:54am
Post 7 of 10
I agree with jawajohnny. A text engine would be 10x better then just typing in a title on your NLE. Man, this would be seriously a great upgrade to the Fxhome products.
Posted: Wed, 1st Apr 2009, 4:24pm
Post 8 of 10
NLE being Neon Light Engine? Because that's what I usually use for text.
Text engine would be cool.
Posted: Wed, 1st Apr 2009, 5:03pm
Post 9 of 10
NLE being industry standard talk of saying "Non Linear Editing" Basically it means Adobe Premire, Sony Vegas, ect. All the editing stuff.
Posted: Sun, 5th Dec 2010, 7:45pm
Post 10 of 10
i think it would be so cool