Posted: Wed, 24th Jun 2009, 10:04pm
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How do you gain experience points?
Posted: Wed, 24th Jun 2009, 10:11pm
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It's my understanding that it's done by:Purchasing a FxHome product.
Posting in the forums and getting positive ratings.Making presets
It's been discussed a lot here. A forum search might have served you
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Posted: Wed, 24th Jun 2009, 10:17pm
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Presets get you FXperience, but movies don't.
FXperience can also be given you by other users, if they feel so inclined, and it can be gained by posting banner ads for FXhome
on any other web pages you have. Details in the link.
Posted: Sat, 6th Mar 2010, 1:55am
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Also if you have a banner that someone clicks...
Posted: Sat, 6th Mar 2010, 7:11am
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You get a bunch of it when you purchase one of the lab products.
Posted: Sat, 27th Nov 2010, 7:02pm
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I HAVE FX 4 AND LEARNED ALOT FORM PHOTO LITE. HOW DO YOU REMOVE RED EYE FROM YOUR SUBJECT.. DOESN'T HAPPEN OFTEN BUT ENOUGH TO BE ANNOYING.
Posted: Sat, 27th Nov 2010, 8:41pm
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Don't use on-camera flash, and red-eye won't ever be a problem.
PhotoKey doesn't have tools for removing red-eye, as its not meant to be a comprehensive photo editing tool, it focuses on greenscreen compositing. For that you's need a more general photo editor.
Photoshop or GIMP could handle it, of course, but even something like iPhoto or Picasa (free!) should have the tools for fixing red-eye.
Posted: Thu, 10th Mar 2011, 5:22am
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What does he mean by Preset?
Also i think you do get enough XP when you buy a product.
I mean 150$ is a lot to spend for only 400 xp.