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  •  10-22-2012, 17:10 556959 in reply to 556781

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 16 Review

    Thanks Tony. I knew deep in my soul that it wasn't compatable,(also, I had seen the list before) but I had hopes that one of you magicians had found a way. I guess I'll just be thankful for what IS working. (And continue looking for a good 'rain' effect.)
  •  10-22-2012, 17:55 556965 in reply to 556955

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 16 Review

    Eightysix86:

     Thanks buddy.  Here is the fruit of my hard work.

    The student interns in my office wanted to put together a video to show at a reunion, so they suggested "Gangnam Style".

    Yes Big Smile

    Nice job!

  •  10-23-2012, 5:57 557032 in reply to 556965

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 16 Review

    Love the video! Looks like everyone had fun making it!
  •  10-23-2012, 11:04 557087 in reply to 557032

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 16 Review

    Thanks guys!  It was fun to make & equally as fun to edit.
  •  10-23-2012, 13:30 557136 in reply to 556955

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 16 Review

    Eightysix86:

    vigor2001:
    Hey Eightysix86. Great that you were able to get that figured out. Hope to see some of your work soon.

     Thanks buddy.  Here is the fruit of my hard work.

    The student interns in my office wanted to put together a video to show at a reunion, so they suggested "Gangnam Style".

    There is a scene when I rotate in a circle with all the students around me.  I wanted a cool effect where I could easily drop frames from a segment of video to give it a real choppy flavor.  I could not find this at all within AS.  So I turned preview to "Best" and captured my second preview monitor with Camtasia Studio at 5 frames per second.  Then threw that video back into AS, sped it up and threw a vignette on it.  I like the results.  Thought I saw an effect that could do this in AS. (Other than manually taking frames out one at a time).

     

    Awesome job! It looks like you and the students had a blast making it. Well done, my friend, well done. 

  •  10-23-2012, 13:40 557142 in reply to 557136

    Transferring Tooint and 3D Stroke to Pinnacle Studio 16

    Yes we have seen the instructions in the forum threads but we thought we'd show you how it's done with a quick tutorial. Enjoy!!!

    Transferring Tooint and 3D Stroke to Pinnacle Studio 16

  •  10-23-2012, 16:48 557188 in reply to 557087

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 16 Review

    It LOOKS like you had fun ! I went to the wrong college ! (A looong time ago)
  •  10-24-2012, 12:56 557391 in reply to 557142

    Re: Transferring Tooint and 3D Stroke to Pinnacle Studio 16

    vigor2001:

    Yes we have seen the instructions in the forum threads but we thought we'd show you how it's done with a quick tutorial. Enjoy!!!

    Transferring Tooint and 3D Stroke to Pinnacle Studio 16

    At times I am a "visual" person. Seeing images help me to understand better. Other times, I am a "text" person where having the text helps me better. To have both can only help not only myself but others! Great job again!

  •  11-01-2012, 20:33 558972 in reply to 557391

    Re: Transferring Tooint and 3D Stroke to Pinnacle Studio 16

    Yes, both ways work great. Thanks for addressing it in the forum Tony. :-)
  •  11-07-2012, 0:53 559904 in reply to 526288

    Pinnacle Studio 16 Plus and Ultimate Revealed Book Review

    This review of Pinnacle Studio 16 Plus and Ultimate Revealed will give you insight into the book. It provides you with information on the benefits of the book and explains how it can help beginners and advanced users learn how to edit videos with Pinnacle Studio and Avid Studio.

    Pinnacle Studio 16 Plus and Ultimate Revealed Book Review 

  •  11-09-2012, 16:18 560504 in reply to 556959

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 16 Review

    oldman1:
    Thanks Tony. I knew deep in my soul that it wasn't compatable,(also, I had seen the list before) but I had hopes that one of you magicians had found a way. I guess I'll just be thankful for what IS working. (And continue looking for a good 'rain' effect.)
    The Great Kahuna of Effects has answered ! (Of course it just may be the patch I downloaded) but now all of the Bravo effect work , including Rain
  •  11-09-2012, 17:50 560526 in reply to 560504

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 16 Review

    Good for you! I thought that after reading your post, I would re-try Stagetools MovingPictures, but it was a no go for me.
  •  11-10-2012, 10:59 560618 in reply to 560526

    Re: Pinnacle Studio 16 Review

    Tony P:
    Good for you! I thought that after reading your post, I would re-try Stagetools MovingPictures, but it was a no go for me.
    Sorry to hear that Tony. Maybe the next iteration of Pinnacle
  •  11-23-2012, 12:47 563270 in reply to 559904

    NewBlueFX Viedo Essentials V Basic Tutorial and Review

    This basic tutorial on NewBlueFX Video Essentials V provides an in depth look into what the software can do on Pinnacle Studio 16 and Avid Studio. The demos and shorts tutorials on the View Finder, Alpha Processor, Background Generator, Old TV, Outline, Progressive Stretch, and Selective Focus will teach you how to quickly create professional effects for your videos. Becuase Selective Color, Selective Tint, and Color Fixer Pro currenty do not work in AS or PS16 we show how to use them in Pinnacle Studio 14.

    NewBlueFX Viedo Essentials V Basic Tutorial and Review

  •  11-24-2012, 3:38 563342 in reply to 563270

    Re: NewBlueFX Viedo Essentials V Basic Tutorial and Review

    Thanks for the rundown on the program. It is sad that it doesn't work fully in Avid/Pinnacle Studio 16. As you said, it has been a couple of months and there has been nothing mentioned about a fix from NewBlue. Very disappointing from a company that has great add-on products that help being more creative. I WANT secondary color correction and thought that selective color would do until it is hopefully incorporated in a future version of PS16, but it just doesn't work. Angry
    Great job again giving a quick overview of what this product can do in enhancing your videos, and for including me in the video!! Well, at least Saby and my comments from the forum! BTW, I couldn't post to the video on the youtube site.

  •  11-25-2012, 8:04 563547 in reply to 563342

    Re: NewBlueFX Viedo Essentials V Basic Tutorial and Review

    I downloaded Video Essentials VI yesterday but it does not work with Pinnacle.  I emailed support and they confirmed it did not and said they did not know if/when it would be. 
  •  11-25-2012, 8:13 563549 in reply to 563547

    Re: NewBlueFX Viedo Essentials V Basic Tutorial and Review

    Look what they did with 5. One third of it does not work in AS or PS16, but fully works in PS15. It's like they do not think that there is a market here anymore for their products. Especially now since there is no longer the much popular legacy Studio.

    This is where Corel can leverage their potential with NBFX. They use their products in VideoStudioPro, why not in PS16?  I too tried "VI" yesterday and like the features. I would buy it if it worked, but as you stated, it's a no go. No listing for the plug-in even in PS15. 

     

  •  11-25-2012, 8:35 563556 in reply to 563549

    Re: NewBlueFX Viedo Essentials V Basic Tutorial and Review

    I definitely would have bought too  - the offer of 30% discount was too good to miss.
  •  12-06-2012, 16:17 565486 in reply to 557391

    Re: Transferring Tooint and 3D Stroke to Pinnacle Studio 16 - if you don't have AVID Studio

    Hi all,

    1. Yes, the AVID Studio 3D Stroke plugin works in Pinnacle Studio 16.  Other msgs how to transfer it.

    2. No, 3 D stroke from PS 14 or PS 15 won't work.  FYI: TuneIt from PS 15 does work fine in PS16U

    3. Here is how you can get 3D Stroke (and Tuneit if you need that one, too): 

    a.  Go to the AVID website, click DOWNLOADS then D/L AVID Studio Trial. 

    Note: The trial version has everything the paid version has but with a 30 day limit.  HINT - DO NOT USE the optional Download Manager .. .unless you like spam ...

    b. Just click the optional direct link below on that page.  You will be D/L'ing a single 2.3GB file.  Next, You WILL NOT be installing AVID Studio.  After D/L complete click install then wait ... 

    c. Eventually, you will see the dialog where you can only select Install Avid Studio (Plugins will be shaded at that time). 

    d. You will see that the files in the exe archive extract to a temp folder. 

    e. After it completes the extraction, you are able to calmly click CANCEL to the actual installation. 

    f. Next, go to the temp folder (you'll find it but can ask if you are lost). 

    g. Drill down to the Plugins subfolder that will have Red Giant sub sub folder with the jewel that you are looking for.  As long as you Pinnacle 16 on your PC, of course you do or you would not read this far....  click on TC3DStrokeStudio.exe. 

    h. You will see the TC3DStroke folder under Program Files (x86) called plugins (just created) under it will be the extracted TC3DStroke folder that you need to move under PS16 as you've read in the prior msg.

    Enjoy,

    Ira

  •  12-13-2012, 0:05 566388 in reply to 544069

    Re: Shawn Michaels Haircut Design

    Do you know if Boris Graffiti or Red will work with PS 16?
  •  12-13-2012, 0:34 566389 in reply to 566388

    Re: Shawn Michaels Haircut Design

    Sorry don't worry about my question...just found your tut on transfer...tx mate
  •  12-24-2012, 22:47 568092 in reply to 563342

    Re: NewBlueFX Viedo Essentials V Basic Tutorial and Review

    Hey anytime Tony. I was glad to give you a shout out (should have given you one on the Transferring Plugins as well but I forgot to get it in the video - My bad). It is disappointing that New Blue hasn't addressed the issue of the featurs that don't work. You expect everything in a plugin to work when you get it and when it doesn't it can be a huge downer.
  •  12-24-2012, 22:50 568093 in reply to 568092

    A Very Jazzy Christmas from PinnacleStudioPro

    Merry Christmas to everyone around the world from PinnacleStudioPro. Share this video with all of our friends and family so they know you are thinking about them whether they are near or far. Then have them share it as well. Enjoy and I hope every one has a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!!!

    A Very Jazzy Christmas

  •  12-25-2012, 14:25 568143 in reply to 568093

    Re: A Very Jazzy Christmas from PinnacleStudioPro

    No problem! While the plugin scene within the Pinnacle line is slim, there are still some compelling tools that can be used in video. You have shown what can be done with these tools.

    It really bites that NewBlue doesn't seem to have a plan for fixing Video Essentials V. And again, they don't even list any Pinnacle product for VI, but they do list a couple of other consumer NLE's, but not even Corel's VideoStudioPro. 

    Sad, but have a wonderful Merry Christmas and keep the tut's coming!

  •  01-01-2013, 14:46 569092 in reply to 568143

    Re: A Very Jazzy Christmas from PinnacleStudioPro

    Hey Tony P. I noticed that Pinnacle was not compatible on Video Essentials VI as well. They only list the following video editing host applications under the compatibility section on the product page:

    • Adobe After Effects 7.0 +
    • Adobe Premiere Elements** 3.0
    • Adobe Premiere Pro CS4, CS5/5.5, CS6/6.5
    • Apple Final Cut Pro 6, 7, and X
    • Avid Media Composer & Symphony 5, 6/6.5
    • Grass Valley Edius 4, 5/5.5, 6/6.5
    • Sony Vegas Pro 9, 10, 11, 12 (32-bit/64-bit OpenFX/DirectX)
    • Sony Vegas Movie Studio 9, 10, 11, 12 (32-bit/64-bit OpenFX/DirectX)

     Oh well, I guess they figured if you can't fix it, don't offer it. Merry Christmas to you too as well buddy, and Happy New Year.

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