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Posted: Tue, 19th Jan 2010, 5:38pm

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kvora

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PhotoKey 3 User

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I am sorry if this a old often replied questions.
But as a new user where do I get user guide and documentation for Photokey 3?
Posted: Tue, 19th Jan 2010, 6:50pm

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Nuwanda

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VisionLab User FXhome Movie Maker

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Hi there,

maybe this link helps you ...

http://support.fxhome.com/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=view&parentcategoryid=2&pcid=0&nav=0

smile
Posted: Tue, 19th Jan 2010, 6:55pm

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kvora

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I saw that. But I was hoping that developer made something like user manual or guide or something that a newbie can look over to learn how to use the program
Posted: Tue, 19th Jan 2010, 8:33pm

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rogolo

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Rating: +2

I would recommend simply downloading and trying the demo! smile

In the demo, under the 'Help' menu, there are options for 'Help Contents', 'Quickstart', and 'Support'.



The Quickstart Guide sounds about right for what you want. It is a dead-simple guide to doing your first composite with simple instructions and screenshots along the way.



The 'Help Contents' link gives you even more options by including guides on more advanced features of the program, such as batch processing and hot folders.

Prior to getting PhotoKey 3, I never had any experience with the PhotoKey line of products. However, when I first opened it up, I was able to use it fully with almost no learning curve. Since you have previous PhotoKey experience, you should have an even quicker time getting used to it than I did! biggrin

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Posted: Tue, 19th Jan 2010, 8:35pm

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kvora

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Thank you
I will do that
Posted: Tue, 19th Jan 2010, 10:26pm

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rogolo

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Great! Let us know how it turns out.