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1.Re: Bluescreen and Ticker in Vista
Posted by Nicholas on 9/8/2007 1:48:13 PM
Well, here is what you were looking for:

<TransitionsAndEffects Version="2.8">
<Titles>
<TitleDLL guid="TFX">
<Title name="My CNN Ticker Tape" guid="My CNN Ticker Tape" iconid="13" >
<Param name="Animation" value="TitleStandard" />
<Param name="Description" value="CNN type ticker tape" ...
2.Re: Bluescreen and Ticker in Vista
Posted by Nicholas on 9/9/2007 8:08:25 AM
Ok, thanks.
3.Re: Bluescreen and Ticker in Vista
Posted by Nicholas on 2/2/2008 6:06:29 PM
If you want the Chroma transition for Vista, check out Rehan's ShaderTFX. That is the only way to get chroma in Vista.

Remember - XP codes do not work on Vista.

But, the code in this thread does seem to work in Vista, you must have added it wrong.

Open Notepad, and copy/paste in the code considerate_guy posted.
Then save the file in your Documents folder as ...
4.Re: Bluescreen and Ticker in Vista
Posted by Nicholas on 5/13/2008 7:12:55 PM
Yes you can have it at the top. Try this code out. It might not work let me know.

<TransitionsAndEffects Version="2.8">
<Titles>
<TitleDLL guid="TFX">
<Title name="CNN Ticker Tape (top)" guid="CNN Ticker Tape top" iconid="13" comment="Post #136114">
<Param name="Animation" value="TitleStandard" />
<Param ...
5.Re: Bluescreen and Ticker in Vista
Posted by Nicholas on 5/13/2008 10:42:59 PM
Your welcome.
6.Re: Bluescreen and Ticker in Vista
Posted by Nicholas on 6/25/2008 9:46:07 AM
Subodh12001 has contacted me and we will be getting that question solved.

No need to answer subodh12001's question.
7.Re: Fun Titles MiniPack
Posted by Nicholas on 11/4/2007 4:28:27 PM
Give thanks to Josh (Aar2697) for these, I just posted them for him.
8.Fun Titles MiniPack
Posted by Nicholas on 10/21/2007 6:42:55 PM
They are available to download! These titles were created by Josh Mazur (Aar2697). These installers are have been re-packaged due to confusion with the old ones.

Download XP Version
Download Vista Version

9.Re: Fun Titles MiniPack
Posted by Nicholas on 10/22/2007 2:02:04 PM
I didn't create the installer, Josh (Aar2697) did, and I tried to get him to fix it, and I am sorry. I'll make an installer that is easier to understand.
10.Re: Fun Titles MiniPack
Posted by Nicholas on 10/22/2007 2:57:06 PM
Sorry about all the confusion, I created new installers for both versions of Movie Maker. These are a lot easier, just download and run, and it does everything for you like Blaine's installers. I have corrected the links in the first post. Let me know if anything goes wrong. Thanks.
11.Re: How-To: Thread tags and formatting posts.
Posted by Nicholas on 3/15/2007 5:13:00 PM
Hard to believe this is only post #7!
12.Re: How-To: Thread tags and formatting posts.
Posted by Nicholas on 9/11/2007 7:38:44 PM
I have a new update that I created of glow's firefox+greasemonkey scripts for better editing of forum posts.

http://www.windowsmoviemakers.net/Forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=138741

With the new update you can do the following by the press of a button:

SmileyBig Smile
13.Re: How-To: Thread tags and formatting posts.
Posted by Nicholas on 9/15/2007 7:43:04 PM
SodBuster:

You are missing some other parts of the link code.

<*a href="http://smg.photobucket.com/albums/v225/Mach1Tim/Mustang%20Video/?action=view&current=UpTheCreek.flv">---</a*>

Copy/paste the code above, and remove the stars, and replace the dash marks with the link's text.
14.Re: How-To: Thread tags and formatting posts.
Posted by Nicholas on 6/17/2007 1:48:38 PM
SadSmileyWink 8)
15.Re: How-To: Thread tags and formatting posts.
Posted by Nicholas on 6/17/2007 1:48:46 PM
SadSmileyWinkCool
16.Re: How-To: Thread tags and formatting posts.
Posted by Nicholas on 6/18/2007 9:08:01 AM
Ya, I already knew about those, but sorry, I don't have Mozilla.
17.Re: How-To: Thread tags and formatting posts.
Posted by Nicholas on 1/5/2008 4:53:14 PM
test
18.Re: How-To: Thread tags and formatting posts.
Posted by Nicholas on 12/17/2007 7:11:33 PM
Hmm, the last post was a month ago and it keeps saying that it was just recently posted... I wonder why this is... maybe a forum bug?
19.Re: TRANSITIONS AND EFFECTS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER - for Movie Maker 2.x (XP)
Posted by Nicholas on 9/22/2007 8:59:11 AM
Please everyone, post in the following thread:

http://www.windowsmoviemakers.net/Forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=74282
20.Re: TRANSITIONS AND EFFECTS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER - for Movie Maker 2.x (XP)
Posted by Nicholas on 10/13/2007 5:08:42 PM
Yes, it includes all the XML on the page from on the day of the release. If new XML is added, it isn't added to the download until a final release. Currently, the latest pack is from July 2007, which means new XML after July hasn't been packaged into a new download yet.
21.Re: TRANSITIONS AND EFFECTS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER - for Movie Maker 2.x (XP)
Posted by Nicholas on 7/15/2008 12:47:15 PM
IAmWolf - Check out this post.
22.Re: TRANSITIONS AND EFFECTS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER - for Movie Maker 2.x (XP)
Posted by Nicholas on 7/21/2008 3:10:19 PM
Mr Jolteon - Welcome to the forums!

Windows Movie Maker allows adding of custom transitions, effects, and titles through a coding language known as XML (extensible mark-up language) and by then adding your codes to a folder named 'AddOnTFX' which you must create manually in the folder Movie Maker was installed in, usually located at C:/Program Files/Movie Maker/. If you haven't had expirience with XML coding before, you should probably get the feeling of the syntax and how it ...
23.Re: TRANSITIONS AND EFFECTS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER - for Movie Maker 2.x (XP)
Posted by Nicholas on 7/21/2008 11:30:16 PM
MrJolteon - This has been attempted many times and there is no easy way to make a reverse XML. Infact, it wouldn't be able to be done through XML, you probably would have to code and create it from scratch and make your own Movie Maker plugin. Rehan describes a way to do it free using other software here.
24.Re: TRANSITIONS AND EFFECTS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER - for Movie Maker 2.x (XP)
Posted by Nicholas on 8/10/2008 3:45:27 PM
Wendy, could you try my XML Adder?
25.Re: TRANSITIONS AND EFFECTS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER - for Movie Maker 2.x (XP)
Posted by Nicholas on 8/10/2008 4:02:22 PM
Oh, well then you will have to wait for the next version of XML Adder which lets you change the location of your AddOnTFX folder. Sorry about that. The new version will be coming out soon, I am testing it out and fixing bugs.
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