Can this be applied into SpeedEdit on VT?
If not does anybody have a suggestion on how to do this in SpeedEdit?
I'm trying to do a count down for our youth program but that won't involve our VT system at all I just need to create it and then burn off to a DVD.
Rather than using a filter, why not simply create an animated countdown and overlay it? (If you have VT you have Aura, which makes this quite easy to do.)I'm trying to do a count down for our youth program but that won't involve our VT system at all I just need to create it and then burn off to a DVD.
Sure, but not really necessary - just crop off the right-hand side of the animation (to the decimal point) using the Crop feature of SE's Positioner.Could you create one without the tenths of a second on it?
No, there are probably a half dozen ways to do it. Actually, the bug related to getting the 10ths (which you originally thought you needed) working easily. Even without the timecode gen filter, this animation could be done - but it does make it simpler. You'll have to forgive me for not typing it out though ... busy week.I guess the bug in Aura's Timecode Filter would prevent me from being able to do this myself?
IS there a way to set up the script so I can input a date and have it could down? I'm think alongs the line of a daily show that would keep going back to the same graphic when counting down to an event....
Looks good, but my boss won't dish out $150 for something were only going to use for a few days... Oh well... Thanks.Yes. It is possible. A timer script similiar to the time count up/down script I post in the forum months ago can do the job.
You can also reference to my LTMate in the following link:
It is for LiveText but can be modify for VT/CGDesigner. I can add a date dount down object into program so you can control you CG page's messages easily.