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Key Frames Video Tutorial


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thank you for pan and zoom. I really want to use key points to change intencity of effects, suach as negative. I want a negative to become a pozitive gradually, say during 5 seconds.

 

One possibility is to use the negative video effect and a dissolve transition

 

Put the positive image into panel one and apply the negative video effect to that image. Put the same positive image on panel 2. Then add the dissolve transition between the two panels. The final effect is a gradual change from the negative image to the positive image. You will have to play around with durations for the images and the transition to get what you want.

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This is how it worked in past versions and should be the same in v12:

 

Drag the effect to the effect track (Fx1, Fx2) under the clip you want it applied to and drag it to the length you want it to last in the clip. Double click the effect in the track to select it. This will open the settings panel for the clip. In the settings panel, there is a button that has 3 red dots on it. That is the Keyframeable Settings button. Click on that.

 

Once you click on that you should be able to keyframe your effects. Move the cursor in the timeline to where you want the effect to begin, set your desired value, and use the Add Keyframe Here button to set your first keyframe. Then set subsequent keyframes to make your effect change over time. Use the thumb wheel to get precise keyframe placement.

 

EDIT: Sorry just realized you asked for a video not text (duh) I don't think I've come across a video for effect keyframing.

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FSP, a few of us have tested and found that the negative effect slider doesn't seem work correctly in current VideoWave versions. Walt's suggestion to use the dissolve transition to fade gradually to positive may be your best option right now. I guess that's not an often-used effect here for us to not have noticed it previously.

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Hey, Steve: I really like your video on Key Frames in the pan and zoom function in VideoWave. I have watched in several times in conjunction with a project I am working on. It gets confusing, however - because of the very fact that it is silent and it's hard to understand some of the basic ideas around key frames without narraration explaining what you are doing and WHY. I think the video as a training lesson to those new to the concept of Key Frames, zooming in, etc. would be enhanced about 100% as a training video with you narrarating it. Do you think it might be possible to add narraration to that video? Thanks....

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