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  • Re: Extracting a still picture

    Good going Raff....&nbsp; I totally missed that in the frame grab save image.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Most of the time I grab the end of a scroll to freeze and just add it to the timeline.&nbsp; Checked it out and it does save larger images which is good.&nbsp; I selected a frame from some raw clips I had and saved as ''original size - 480x640'' then a ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by Larry K on April 13, 2010
  • Re: Extracting a still picture

    First is this during capture or from a captured clip??&nbsp; If the video is captured, simply drag it to the timeline, move the scrubber through the clip to the image you want, select the grabber tool and ''grab''... you can then add it to the timeline as a still image or save it as a .jpg (keeping in mine that it is only 480x 640 I think, and if ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by Larry K on April 12, 2010
  • Re: Grab Frame from Project

    I agree completely with justaviking.....&nbsp; never can save too often and always increment filenames...&nbsp;&nbsp; I will delete via win explorer all but last two saves at end of day.&nbsp; As far as slow motions, can't say that I've had that problems, althought, I wonder if when you were previewing your work whether ''Background Rendering'' ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by Larry K on April 11, 2010
  • Re: Grab Frame from Project

    Move the ''Scrubber'' over the timeline to the frame you want to grab, open the framegrabber and Grab.&nbsp; Then you can add it to the project or save it as a image.
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by Larry K on April 11, 2010
  • Re: Sound effect

    I felt your pain....looked at way to many sites, but try this one that I finally found for an intro.
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by Larry K on March 22, 2010
  • Re: Hollywood FX Plus & Studio 14

    If it's going to go an a Win 7 OS then best answer I can give you is hope your doggy is happy with it.&nbsp; I likewise purchased a HFX Vol 1 pakage on eBay and long story short,&nbsp; through chat with support found out that it is not Win 7 compatible and was useless.&nbsp; Only HFX effects (which you have to activate) that are included on the ...
    Posted to Studio - Audio & Video-plug-ins - Hollywood FX (Forum) by Larry K on March 15, 2010
  • Re: Words on a picture

    Mick's way is one way, but another is to Create Title - select full screen title, then click on the background tab, select the photo you want to add text to which will fill the title editor, then add away, position and click ok.&nbsp; This will now become a photo/titled image on the time-line which can be modified at any time.&nbsp;
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by Larry K on March 13, 2010
  • Re: RE: Timer and Window 7

    Nope...&nbsp; Studio any version does note have a timer option.&nbsp; Your on the right track with timecodeRT, but I found that timecode Pro2 from HL's Effects is much more flexible as you can have timecode, counter, date and time or any combination of the three.&nbsp; I will have to look for the link for HL's effects or someone else might post it ...
    Posted to Studio - General Forum (Forum) by Larry K on March 13, 2010
  • Re: Pinnacle studio 11 plus

    Tyl.. I have been using S11+ from XP to Vista and to Win 7 without any problems I'm aware of.&nbsp; When I upgraded my new computer on Vista to Win 7 I was a little concerned, especially since there are a lot of threads and problems being reported with other versions of studio, but I can report that my S11+ is running just fine on Windows 7.
    Posted to Studio - Installation & Setup (Forum) by Larry K on March 7, 2010
  • Re: Photo rotation in Menu

    Glad to hear it worked for you....You'll be a Pro at it real soon and the program was FREE.&nbsp; As far as the corners being off........ it's probably becuase the image width is larger than I expected.&nbsp; I assumed (there I go again) a typical portrait image would be used since you were covering the entire announcement.&nbsp; In the step by ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by Larry K on March 2, 2010
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