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Has anyone done the "Brady bunch" clip? Do you mind sharing the steps?

 

Jess :)

 

Here you go Jess, out ot the archieves.

 

Yes you can. Open Timeline, and click on the box to the left of the word Storyline. The box has a - on one side and a + on the other side. Now, make sure that the Overlay box has a check in it. Click ok.

Next, drag you photo down to the overlay track in Timeline. Once it is down there, right click on it, click on Edit, and you will see an editing box come up. Use the Zoom slider to size it the way you want, then use your mouse to drag it anywhere in the black box that you want. Click ok.

Next, double click on the black box in the top line of Timeline. This opens the internal track. Now, drag your next picture down to the overlay track, and adjust it as I explained in the last paragraph. Once you are done and have clicked ok, you will be back to the Timeline tracks again. Click on Done. (Arrow that points upwards). Save your project.

 

You won't be able to see the internal track picture, but it is there.

If I remember right you must insert a color panel or whatever you want to use for a background, then follow the instructions.

 

Actually after reading through the instructions, I don't think they are complete. When it says to save the project. it means click on the reel icon and render it.(to your hard drive) Put this file in videowave and repeat the process several times until you have used all the pictures you want. It takes a bit of time, but is is quite effective.

 

 

I have done it and it really works well, I like the effect. :huh:

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Guess you aren't old enough to remember the TV Show? LOL During the opening credits, it splits the screen into 9 different sections each with its own video.

 

malatekid - much easier to do with EMC8 Deluxe which now has 5 overlay tracks. You would still have to output to file twice to get all 9. Then import those files back. The only problem would be precision sizing and positioning.

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If you just want a 2 by 2 Brady Bunch type transition/effect, use MyDVD slide show assistant and select one of the two by two transition styles. If you then edit in Video Wave (one of the options) and switch to timeline view, you can see who it was done.

 

I have not played around with it but I bet you can do some minor editing to get "more".

Has anyone done the "Brady bunch" clip? Do you mind sharing the steps?

Jess :)

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Here you go Jess, out ot the archieves.

 

Yes you can. Open Timeline, and click on the box to the left of the word Storyline. The box has a - on one side and a + on the other side. Now, make sure that the Overlay box has a check in it. Click ok.

Next, drag you photo down to the overlay track in Timeline. Once it is down there, right click on it, click on Edit, and you will see an editing box come up. Use the Zoom slider to size it the way you want, then use your mouse to drag it anywhere in the black box that you want. Click ok.

Next, double click on the black box in the top line of Timeline. This opens the internal track. Now, drag your next picture down to the overlay track, and adjust it as I explained in the last paragraph. Once you are done and have clicked ok, you will be back to the Timeline tracks again. Click on Done. (Arrow that points upwards). Save your project.

 

You won't be able to see the internal track picture, but it is there.

If I remember right you must insert a color panel or whatever you want to use for a background, then follow the instructions.

 

Actually after reading through the instructions, I don't think they are complete. When it says to save the project. it means click on the reel icon and render it.(to your hard drive) Put this file in videowave and repeat the process several times until you have used all the pictures you want. It takes a bit of time, but is is quite effective.

 

I have done it and it really works well, I like the effect. :)

I'll give this a try. I always make a project and it's about time I add an opening credit.

Thank you, Patty!

 

Guess you aren't old enough to remember the TV Show? LOL During the opening credits, it splits the screen into 9 different sections each with its own video.

 

malatekid - much easier to do with EMC8 Deluxe which now has 5 overlay tracks. You would still have to output to file twice to get all 9. Then import those files back. The only problem would be precision sizing and positioning.

Gary, thank you.

Looks like I gave my age away when I asked the question. LOL. :huh:

I only have the EMC8 Suite; still awaiting the software-only upgrade promised by Roxio.

 

If you just want a 2 by 2 Brady Bunch type transition/effect, use MyDVD slide show assistant and select one of the two by two transition styles. If you then edit in Video Wave (one of the options) and switch to timeline view, you can see who it was done.

 

I have not played around with it but I bet you can do some minor editing to get "more".

Steve - I'll check this out too when I get the chance. Thank you for the suggestion.

 

Jess

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Guess you aren't old enough to remember the TV Show? LOL During the opening credits, it splits the screen into 9 different sections each with its own video.

 

malatekid - much easier to do with EMC8 Deluxe which now has 5 overlay tracks. You would still have to output to file twice to get all 9. Then import those files back. The only problem would be precision sizing and positioning.

 

 

Actually, I didn't have much problem getting the pictures the correct size. I really like the look of this, and your right Gary, it is much easier in v8.

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