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joseburgos
08-31-2007, 08:49 AM
No audio and captured live with no edits.
http://www.burgos-family.com/movies/R&D_062207.wmv
This gives an example of how to create a re-usable preset as used with photos.

Ivan
08-31-2007, 11:59 AM
Pretty cool. Just a couple quick tips.

Ease In and Out, use the buttons, we fought a long time to get them and they make it look better. Use hotkeys, "q" will bring you to the beginning of the clip, "w" brings you to the end and "n" sets the node. Keyframes are only set for parameters that change so setting them in Splines seems a bit redundant, go to the middle keyframe, hit "n", "q" drag the image to resize and set off the screen, "w" resize and drag off the other side.

Next, wouldn't it be great to be able to put the new preset in a folder with other presets like it rather than giving it a three page name that you can't read anyway since you can't resize ToolShed? Also how cool would it be to give this preset a Hotkey? Now that I got your hopes up, forget it, those requests are as old as ToolShed and since Bob hasn't written anything like it Newtek won't implement it.

Ivan

joseburgos
09-01-2007, 09:56 AM
Yeah I knew a few keyboard short cuts but never got myself to use more than that.
Big reason is different software I use.
Too much to remember :)

I use the ease in and ease out buttons from time to time but depending on what I am looking for, I manualy create influence.

Since the tool shed was given to us, many of us have asked for this feature of folders.
So like you, I wait :(

Anyway, a different feature I would like is a macro or super preset creator.
Wonder if the toaster script can be made to use multible presets?

wvp
09-03-2007, 07:49 AM
No audio and captured live with no edits.
http://www.burgos-family.com/movies/R&D_062207.wmv
This gives an example of how to create a re-usable preset as used with photos.
Nice job. Can you attach the preset file here?