Posted: Fri, 6th Feb 2009, 1:26am
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What is taking so long for my presets to be accepted?
Posted: Fri, 6th Feb 2009, 1:52am
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The team have a pretty busy schedule you know that yes? They have products to update/create, films to watch and review, forums to moderate, ect.
You checked your email to see if it was rejected?
Posted: Fri, 6th Feb 2009, 5:29am
Post 3 of 22
cut the guys a little slack.
They're not ignoring you or anything like that.
Like B3N stated, they're probabley really busy and stuff and I'm sure they'll get to it as soon as they can.
I myself am looking forward to your presets. I love those things.
I hadn't seen any in a couple of months and then all of a sudden, I looked in the preset section and was surprised to see some new ones, which were great.
Posted: Sat, 7th Feb 2009, 8:20pm
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I understand that but it has been almost a month! Someone should have at least gazed at it by now!
Posted: Sat, 7th Feb 2009, 10:05pm
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Storm Grenade wrote:I understand that but it has been almost a month! Someone should have at least gazed at it by now!
That is a long time.
I hope they check it out soon so that I can check it out.
No worries though, I'm sure they'll get to it soon just hang in there.
Posted: Sun, 8th Feb 2009, 1:23am
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Waaaaaait a minute, in what sense made someone -1 me?
Not bothered about the rating cause it's just a red number but...seriously?
Maybe you just hate emo's...whoever you are
Posted: Sun, 8th Feb 2009, 2:53am
Post 7 of 22
Don't worry man I've got ya.
That was kinda lame right?
Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 3:54pm
Post 8 of 22
I'll give u both +1! There r u happy?
Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 5:44pm
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Storm Grenade wrote:I'll give u both +1! There r u happy?
Well you get a +1 for giving us a +1
Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 6:38pm
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Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 6:51pm
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Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 6:54pm
Post 12 of 22
Haha...Yaa. Do you know how to put a Gleam filter on in Effectslab?
Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 7:28pm
Post 13 of 22
Yep. In the timeline open your clip and select the "Composite" option. Then choose Gleam.
Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 7:41pm
Post 14 of 22
What composite option? I have Effectslab.
Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 7:48pm
Post 15 of 22
All these +1s put a gleam in my eye. Ha.
Whatever clip or effect you have on the time line.
Look at it's attributes and you should see composite.
Click on composite and you should get four options that pop up.
Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 8:02pm
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No. no composite.
Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 8:47pm
Post 17 of 22
Maybe the option is only available in composite lab and vision lab?
Posted: Tue, 10th Feb 2009, 9:05pm
Post 18 of 22
Gleam (along with the other "Composite" options) is available for any effect created within EffectsLab. Applying that sort of advanced compositing to video clips, however, is beyond the scope of EffectsLab's intended use. It can be done in CompositeLab or VisionLab Studio.
Posted: Wed, 11th Feb 2009, 12:17am
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Posted: Wed, 11th Feb 2009, 10:44pm
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can ANYONE help me!? i just got the fxhome pro with the footage: special effects. now my problem is that the presets on the disc don' work with the program for some reaon. do i need to convert the files? if i do, how?
Posted: Wed, 11th Feb 2009, 11:38pm
Post 21 of 22
Firstly, yes we can help you. Secondly, there aren't any presets on the disc in question. There are clips of stock footage. They should be imported using the Import media command, after which they will appear in the media browser. From there you can use them just as you would any piece of footage you import. If this doesn't work, let us know what error message you get, or what happens when you try to import them.
Presets differ greatly from stock footage, in that they don't actually contain footage of any effects. Preset files only contain a set of parameters to be applied to the various settings in a given effects engine and/or a series of grading filters. Every setting is still fully customizeable though, making presets far more versatile and more powerful than stock footage for certain effects. There are still, of course, times when stock footage is the best way to go, and I'm sure you will find the stuff on the DVD you purchased quite useful.
Posted: Thu, 12th Feb 2009, 5:54pm
Post 22 of 22
thank you. i will try this