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Re: Titles for Vista? 6/23/2010 7:26:25 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi, welcome to the forum. Check out the 'Titles' from the list, at the 'share your vista transitions and effects thread'....at this link <post>126998</post> Have fun. .

Re: Titles for Vista? 6/24/2010 2:19:22 AM   (Total replies: 0)
I still have XP myself, so hopefully others, with Vista, that have developed or downloaded custom titles can offer some that are similar to what you are looking for. You could also browse thru the Vista sections of the forum to see what is available for free. Another choice for you may be the TitleFX wizard by Pixelan. The title wizard alone is $15 and there is various pricing for the combinations of packages. Here is a link to take a look. <a ...

Re: How-To: Thread tags and formatting posts. 10/4/2008 2:16:46 AM   (Total replies: 0)
I am your computer. There is no way to confuse me about any of my colors, I know all of them by code. <color="#FFBF00">I am Amber</color> <color="#920020">Hi Amber, I am Burgundy</color> <color="#9400D3">I'm stylish Dark Violet</color> <color="#CD00CC">I'm Violets cousin Dark Magenta</color> <color="#00008B">You all look good</color> <color="#920020">Thats because I just had some Burgundy</color> <color="#9400D3">They call me Dark Cerulean</color> <color="#00008B">You look ...

Re: 240 Tranjelly transition shapes for the free Pixelan SpiceFX 4 demo 12/24/2009 9:45:57 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Hi. Just checking, but did you download and install the Pixelan demo? See the first post on this thread on 'how to use'....#1 mentions to install the Pixelan SpicePack Demo. Have fun. .

Re: 240 Tranjelly transition shapes for the free Pixelan SpiceFX 4 demo 4/6/2009 11:12:26 PM   (Total replies: 0)
Really a cool idea. Here is how I used a few of the shapes as PIP from these 'transjelly' transitions. Lots of ways to use these and many to choose from. You can use for titles, and also use a 'scale' effect to make a vid/image fit inside a shape. Depending on the location of certain items in a vid they may be in the wrong location...but there are many shapes to experiment with. A lot of surprising results doing this. Solid moving backgrounds look great, and also a duplicate of a clip ...

Re: 240 Tranjelly transition shapes for the free Pixelan SpiceFX 4 demo 4/26/2009 1:05:26 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Excellent ! .

Re: Hey question about subtitles 4/29/2009 2:12:27 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi there, welcome to the forum. A couple of things to mention....first it is good that you created the AddOnTFX folder inside the 'shared' folder. However, when you save the xml code (not html), you must paste and save the code from Notepad (not Wordpad). The codes you likely tried are for XP and not for Vista. It sounds like you have a Vista system. The way to tell which system the code is for is by looking at the version in the first line(s). If it says 1.0 it is for XP, and ...

Re: Hey question about subtitles 6/29/2009 4:47:40 PM   (Total replies: 0)
Welcome to the forum. One of the things you can do fairly easily and with some creativity, is to get Ayumi's titles...which gives you a large number of choices for title placements on the screen. For Vista, go to this thread... <post>144279</post> or for the XP Ayumi titles get them here <post>110437</post> You would make two titles...one at a top location and one at a bottom location. Then drag the one on the right over the one on the left. You'll have two titles wherever you had ...

Re: Hey question about subtitles 12/6/2008 9:00:34 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi carthr, welcome to the forum. When you save it from notepad, give it a name with .xml as the extension. And then for the format, choose 'all files'...it would be your only other choice than txt file. After you save it, you can go into the AddOnTFX folder and see (in thumbnail view) that the icon looks like all the other xml's. Have fun. .

Re: Hey question about subtitles 12/6/2008 5:06:49 PM   (Total replies: 0)
Hi...if you have successfully done some codes and find them in Movie Maker you are doing it right. If the new ones are saved and are the same as those xml's in the AddOnTFX folder then you should find them in Movie Maker. Be certain you are looking in the right place...some are effects, some are transitions, and others are titles. You can see the name in the code...that is what you look for inside Movie Maker. The 'titles' on this page are code for XP, so these are not for Vista. There ...

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