|1.||Re: RehanFX does not show PIP in the first frame
Posted by WaterBug on 5/22/2015 10:58:05 AM
I don't know if I can help you, I am in no way an expert on Movie Maker.
I am not familiar with Rehan's PIP FXs, but I have my own PIP FXs based on a Papa John news letter that I have modified for my own use.
My PIP FX is considered by MM to be a transition and is added to the transition line not directly to the video like a 'pixel' FX for example. There for, it (in my opinion) needs at least 1 frame of the next video to transition to. If there is no next ...
|2.||Re: Pleaseeee help what camera do I need for drag and drop?
Posted by waterbug on 4/21/2007 2:44:04 PM
I don't know of any digital cameras, with video too, that you can just 'drag and drop' into WMM. The one I have produces MOV files, WMM does not support that format. However if you got a camcorder, the videos that you would capture to your computer, useing WMM, would be in AVI format which is supported by WMM. Those could be "drag and drop' into WMM for editing. The movies I've taken with my camera I've had to convert them to a usable format before putting them into WMM, I have been ...
|3.||Re: Trouble With Animated Gifs
Posted by waterbug on 12/14/2006 9:03:56 PM
I have no trouble with animated gifs, they work just like a picture file I can streach them to any length I want. Are you importing them as a video clip? Try importing like you would a picture.
|4.||Re: Trouble With Animated Gifs
Posted by waterbug on 12/16/2006 11:43:17 AM
Under "Tasks > Capture Video > Import Pictures". Sellect 'inport pictures' find you GIF, once imported, drag into the time line. Once it's on there (the timeline not the story board) you can mallipulate it by 'selecting' and moveing the right edge to the right to increase the time lenghth the GIF will play. I think it still works even if you import it like a video, but you can't streach a regular video's length only the GIF's.
|5.||Re: Trouble With Animated Gifs
Posted by waterbug on 12/16/2006 11:54:08 AM
Just Found this post view post 14136 it has some more info.
|6.||Re: Need some help concerning lighting equipment
Posted by waterbug on 12/20/2006 2:56:57 AM
I watched it to and I liked it and the over all lighting is fine exsept for the scene looking up at Jessi. The rooms light fixtures in the back ground cause the camera to darken Jessi's face. You would need a light source behind the camera shinning onto her face to light up her face. Do a web serch for 'video lights' or video equipment sellers and check the inventories.
|7.||Re: Saving movie gets stuck at 38% every time!
Posted by waterbug on 12/20/2006 1:21:34 AM
Take a look at this post view post 52865 it might help.
|8.||Re: editing camcorders
Posted by waterbug on 12/13/2006 10:49:14 PM
Is the quality of the video on those Hard Drive camcorders bad? I figured that you could import your video faster going from hard drive to hard drive, no tape to play back to slow things down.
|9.||Re: Playback while editing.
Posted by waterbug on 12/13/2006 11:35:38 PM
I'm new here but have been using WMM for some time and I have noticed the same thing you mention. It can be a real drag when you can't tell if the transision or effect is what you want or is even working right. The best I can say is to make your project in segments or chapters depending on the over all length, as you complete a segment save the project, then save it to your computer in any format you what (maybe 'WMP'), then watch it. If you like what you see keep it if you saved it to a high ...