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  •  05-10-2012, 22:26 530739 in reply to 530605

    Re: Green Screen Tutorial

    Tony P:
    Awesome! As usual, you take the "mystery" out of it and make it simple to do. Now, about the cost of the light kit...... ?

    Oh yeah...let's not talk about that Tony. Big Smile 

    I had to save up some bucks for that stuff. One light source that some people may already have around are work lights. Don't point the work lights directly at the green screen or the talent. Take some cardboard and wrap aluminum foil over it point the worklight at the foil and reflect it on to the talent or screen. I advise anyone who doesn't have money for light sets to look up some of the guerilla lighting techniques on YouTube or ask around on the forums.

  •  05-23-2012, 23:38 532393 in reply to 530739

    Motion Graffiti Tutorial

    Graffiti jumps off the wall...literally! Watch this motion graffiti tutorial for Studio to make an awesome effect where your talent actually becomes a piece of art, graffiti, or a cartoon person. You can use this effect in several different ways as long as you use your imagination and keep your options open.

    Motion Graffiti Tutorial

  •  05-24-2012, 9:28 532440 in reply to 532393

    Re: Motion Graffiti Tutorial

    Excellent! You make it seem easy to work with green screen, explaining all along the way how to achieve the end result. Great work!
  •  06-02-2012, 19:03 533609 in reply to 530739

    Re: Green Screen Tutorial

    Hey Avid studio pro.  I see you use camtasia for your vid tuts.  As a long time Camstudio user, I just made the jump to Camtasia.  I am trying out the auto-zoom feature.  It is suppose to know when to zoom in based on where you click on the screen.  I find that it doesn't work very well.  Do you do your zooming manually?
  •  06-02-2012, 19:30 533610 in reply to 532393

    Re: Motion Graffiti Tutorial

    vigor2001:

    Graffiti jumps off the wall...literally! Watch this motion graffiti tutorial for Avid Studio to make an awesome effect where your talent actually becomes a piece of art, graffiti, or a cartoon person. You can use this effect in several different ways as long as you use your imagination and keep your options open.

    Motion Graffiti Tutorial - Avid Studio

    You just turn the softness down on your chroma key and it just works.  WTF? I always have spill.  Do you have a green screen tutorial?

  •  06-02-2012, 19:39 533611 in reply to 533610

    Re: Motion Graffiti Tutorial

    I found it.
  •  06-04-2012, 21:02 533861 in reply to 533611

    Re: Motion Graffiti Tutorial

    Eightysix86:
    I found it.

    Glad you found it. It really depends on what you do prior to putting your green screen shot into the editor. Usually just doing one or two things differently can make a huge difference when it is time to key your footage. if you set it up correctly you can usually make some minor adjustments to remove any spill or halos. Hope you found the Green Screen tut helpful.

  •  06-04-2012, 21:04 533862 in reply to 533609

    Re: Green Screen Tutorial

    Eightysix86:
    I am trying out the auto-zoom feature.  It is suppose to know when to zoom in based on where you click on the screen.  I find that it doesn't work very well.  Do you do your zooming manually?

    Hey Eightysix86!

    I'll just say this. The auto Pan and Zoom feature in Camtasia stinks to high heaven. Big Smile

    Sometimes it is accurrate but it hardly ever zooms when I would like it to or exactly to the size I want.

    I always use the manual zoom function. I click on the first keyframe, select delete all keyframes from timeline, and then I watch the entire video and add call outs, graphics, button images, and pan and zooms manually. It does takes some time to do this, but you end up with a great looking tutorial when you are done.

  •  06-05-2012, 11:40 533947 in reply to 533862

    Re: Green Screen Tutorial

    I figured that might be the case.  I am curious to know how you use Camtasia, please check out another post I made.  I'm having a little difficulty.  http://forums.pinnaclesys.com/forums/thread/533800.aspx

    Thanks bro! You are awesome! Love your tutorials!  Very helpful!

  •  06-06-2012, 20:54 534131 in reply to 533947

    Re: Green Screen Tutorial

    Eightysix86:

    I am curious to know how you use Camtasia, please check out another post I made.  I'm having a little difficulty. 

    Hey Eightysix86 I replied to your post but just incase anyone else needs help with this I will post my reply here as well.

    I use a few different things to be able to use the files in Avid Studio. I start off by choosing a custom size when I edit the call outs (1280 x 720). Then I created my own preset to save the produced files as a 1280 X 720 WMV file. This video will show you how to do it. It is the best video on YouTube on Camtasia settings, recording, etc.

    How To Record and Produce 1080p HD in Camtasia Studio 7

  •  06-07-2012, 1:05 534143 in reply to 532393

    Magic Bullet Looks Tutorial

    The Magic Bullet Looks tutorial for Studio will help you create stock film looks and do color correction on your videos and home movies. You can use this Red Giant plugin in a myriad of ways, so check this out, then try it out.

    Magic Bullet Looks Tutorial

  •  06-08-2012, 7:41 534350 in reply to 534143

    Re: Magic Bullet Looks Tutorial

    I've used Looks a lot. I love the film stocks. Again, you take the time how it can be used in so many different ways.
  •  06-12-2012, 16:58 534950 in reply to 534350

    Re: Magic Bullet Looks Tutorial

    Thank you Avid Studio Pro for your time sharing your resources. Avid Studio Pro has now become my go to place.
  •  06-13-2012, 20:28 535209 in reply to 534950

    Re: Magic Bullet Looks Tutorial

    filosofem:
    Thank you Avid Studio Pro for your time sharing your resources. Avid Studio Pro has now become my go to place.

    Thanks a lot filosofem. I appreciate all of my viewers. Your support means so much and it keeps me going!

  •  06-13-2012, 20:30 535210 in reply to 534350

    Re: Magic Bullet Looks Tutorial

    Tony P:
    I've used Looks a lot. I love the film stocks. Again, you take the time how it can be used in so many different ways.

    I love Looks. I also use it all the time on my event videos. Really comes in handy and cuts down on editing time as well.

  •  06-20-2012, 22:06 536420 in reply to 535210

    The Jumper Effect Tutorial

    JUMP here, JUMP there, JUMP everywhere! This tutorial on the Jumper effect will show you how to create an impressive effect to teleport or "jump" your talent wherever you'd like. This effect uses the Red Giant Shine effect to create a remarkable visual effect that will take your viewers breath away.

  •  07-04-2012, 19:08 538489 in reply to 536420

    Heroglyph V4 Pro Basic Tutorial

    This basic tutorial on Heroglyph V4 Pro for Studio will show you how to use all of the tools in the wizard. You will learn how to use and change templates, create map routes, use the handscript tool, create video walls, and make slideshows.

    Heroglyph V4 Pro Tutorial

  •  07-18-2012, 22:17 540716 in reply to 538489

    Energy Ball Tutorial

    This Energy ball or plasma ball tutorial with Studio will help you create an awesome effect for your home movies, short films, and videos. To tell you the truth, this video is shocking...absolutely shocking! LOL!


    Energy Ball Tutorial

  •  07-22-2012, 12:47 541310 in reply to 540716

    From The Mouth of Matt (A Corel EVP) - Corel's Plans for Pinnacle Studio and Avid Studio

    We finally got a little bit of insight into what Corel's plans are for Pinnacle Studio and Avid Studio...we think!

  •  07-22-2012, 16:01 541330 in reply to 541310

    Re: From The Mouth of Matt (A Corel EVP) - Corel's Plans for Pinnacle Studio and Avid Studio

    Hello Vigor,

    I do not have the same opinion than you... And I publish it here.
    ;-)
    The future will tell us where is the truth, probably in both approach ?
    ;-)

     

    DV FX

  •  08-01-2012, 21:20 542728 in reply to 541330

    Re: From The Mouth of Matt (A Corel EVP) - Corel's Plans for Pinnacle Studio and Avid Studio

    Declic_Video:

    Hello Vigor,

    I do not have the same opinion than you... And I publish it here.
    ;-)
    The future will tell us where is the truth, probably in both approach ?
    ;-)

     

    DV FX

    I can respect that. I hope that Pinnacle survives as well. In the interview he never really mentioned Pinnacle at all. That could be a good thing (No news is good news???). Let's keep oyr fingers crossed for Pinnacle.

  •  08-01-2012, 21:22 542729 in reply to 542728

    Censor Blur Tutorial

    This Pinnacle Studio tutorial on the censor blur effect will show you how to blur out or cover up any part of a video you'd like. It is a simple effect that uses the title editor and keyframes. You can use it to censor a person, a license plate, or anything else.

    Censor Blur Effect

  •  08-06-2012, 23:51 543337 in reply to 542729

    Shawn Michaels Haircut Design

    Disregard this post, can't delete it.
  •  08-13-2012, 15:15 544038 in reply to 543337

    Re: Shawn Michaels Haircut Design

    That man has serious skills! Next question... how much was that?
  •  08-13-2012, 20:06 544069 in reply to 544038

    Re: Shawn Michaels Haircut Design

    Not sure how much he would have charged for that haircut, but I know he charges for designs by how long they take him to create.
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