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  • Re: Real time clock

    Many thanks for your help jjn and for being so quick. I will try it out and let you know how I get on.
    Posted to Studio - Feature Requests (Forum) by Bob keen on November 3, 2010
  • Re: Real time clock

    I have restarted the programme but still no joy.
    Posted to Studio - Feature Requests (Forum) by Bob keen on November 3, 2010
  • Re: Real time clock

    Hi jjn &nbsp; I am using windows XP. I have tried saving the file in a folder but cannot get it to appear in the list within the programme. When I explore it is there in the rtfx folder but will not come up in the programme. &nbsp; Dazza - I followed those instructions but could not get anywhere with them. &nbsp; Perhaps it does not work.
    Posted to Studio - Feature Requests (Forum) by Bob keen on November 3, 2010
  • Re: Real time clock

    Seems I got a little too excited. I cannot work out how to save the download to the specified file path. When I click to download I select 'open' but cannot work out what to do next. Can you help please.
    Posted to Studio - Feature Requests (Forum) by Bob keen on November 3, 2010
  • Re: Real time clock

    That sounds brilliant jjn. How did you manage to come across this? It seems exactly what I want and I can't wait to download it and try it out. Many thanks.
    Posted to Studio - Feature Requests (Forum) by Bob keen on November 3, 2010
  • Real time clock

    I would love to see a real time clock that could be superimposed overthe video footage as in football matches shown on tv. There is already, the time code and it ought not to be too difficult to uuse this as the basis for creating a real time clock. I am sure that many people producing sports material would welcome this addition. &nbsp; I would ...
    Posted to Studio - Feature Requests (Forum) by Bob keen on September 9, 2010
  • Re: Motion Titler in Studio 14

    Yes, I am using the motion titler for this operation, although I have been using the classic titler as it has been more user-friendly. &nbsp; Thanks for your help. I will give it a try now and see if I can achieve the desired result.
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by Bob keen on September 9, 2010
  • Re: Motion Titler in Studio 14

    Thanks, I think&nbsp;you have understood what I am wanting to achieve. My only problem is, that if I do as you suggest, will the animated&nbsp;words that fly in be retained on the screen in still form?&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by Bob keen on September 8, 2010
  • Re: Motion Titler in Studio 14

    Thanks for your replys. I will give you more detail on what it is I am trying to achieve. I have my own generated moving video which acts as the background for my flying logo and business name to come in over it. &nbsp; What I want to do is to have the video still playing in the background, whilst the logo and lettering stops a certain point ...
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by Bob keen on September 7, 2010
  • Re: Motion Titler in Studio 14

    Judging by the lack of response, I can only assume that this is not possible. If so, it is a serious programme limitation that needs to be addressed. Most video companies have fly-ins to introduce their DVDs and these incorporate the precise effect that I am talking about.
    Posted to Studio - Edit (Forum) by Bob keen on August 20, 2010
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