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Quick Time Mov Picture file - Animation- With Visionlab

Posted: Sun, 29th May 2011, 10:15am

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FXhomer57724

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Hi,
I got a Quick Time Mov Picture File of a ship and I put it in my video, now I want to move the ship across the screen, how do you do that?? I know how to do that with stock video, but it dont work the same with a Quick Time Mov file. The file I'm using does not move, it looks like a picture, but it says it is a quick time mov file. So, any help let me know and I'm still new at this, so try to explain where to go and thanks for whoever answers this!! Thanks, Chad
Posted: Sun, 29th May 2011, 11:33pm

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Viktorious

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When you first drag the clip on to the screen the clip is in animation mode. You can move your ship around by clicking and dragging on the center button. You can look at these tutorials for getting to know the program. http://fxhome.com/support/lab-tutorials Good luck
Posted: Mon, 30th May 2011, 2:19am

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FXhomer57724

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Viktorious wrote:

When you first drag the clip on to the screen the clip is in animation mode. You can move your ship around by clicking and dragging on the center button. You can look at these tutorials for getting to know the program. http://fxhome.com/support/lab-tutorials Good luck
Hi, I did everything like the video said to for animation and the picture I put on the canvas, then I put a end point and drag the picture where I want it to go, after the first keyframe of the picture it disappears and the white lines for you to resize it is just left there and nothing else. That is where the problem is. Thanks!
Posted: Mon, 30th May 2011, 7:24pm

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Viktorious

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How many frames long is the track on the timeline? Maybe it's only one frame.
Posted: Tue, 31st May 2011, 2:30am

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FXhomer57724

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Viktorious wrote:

How many frames long is the track on the timeline? Maybe it's only one frame.
It is only one frame