Make a movie with images

Postby artx3d on Sun Dec 05, 2010 5:11 pm

Hi
I want to make a movie with the images. I have 360 images but when I insert the images each image has 2 sec...
Why?
I can change each image (image by image) but I can't select all images and stretch all images, so I want to change the time for all image (once).
Also I can't select all the thumbnails from edit-image. For delete all thumbnails I must select thumbnails by thumbnails. :(
How I delete all thumbnails?? (once )

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Re: Make a movie with images

Postby Ron P. on Mon Dec 06, 2010 9:58 am

First let me clarify that you're using MSP 8, on a Win7 computer?

In the preferences dialog (File menu>Preferences or pressing [F6] on you keyboard) you set the default duration. This is found on the General tab toward the bottom Default inserted clip duration, and is the number of Frames. So I would guess yours has something like 50 frames (PAL) or for NTSC-60 frames. If you want the default duration longer, enter the number of frames or use the up/down arrows beside the entry box.
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This will not affect clips already in the timeline. So you need to select all the clips in a track to change the duration of those clips..
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With the Track selection tool, select the track which selects all the clips, then right-click on a clip and select Duration from the menu.
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The Duration dialog will open, enter the duration. NOTE in this dialog the format is H:M:S:F (hours, minutes, seconds, frames), where in the Preferences it just allows for the number of Frames..
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Re: Make a movie with images

Postby Gorf on Tue Dec 07, 2010 10:44 am

Further to Ron's answer - you can select all the clips on a track by clicking the track name on the left side of the screen.

Also, you can efficiently place the images in the timeline with transitions and a specified duration by using the storyboard feature. Useful if you want to include a transition between the images or want to coincide the clip edges with the beat of some music.
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Re: Make a movie with images

Postby artx3d on Thu Dec 09, 2010 12:33 am

I don't understand. When I select all frames the time is not active!!! Only 1 by 1....hmm.... with 360 frames...
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Re: Make a movie with images

Postby Ron P. on Thu Dec 09, 2010 1:06 pm

Are you using MSP 8, or a version of VideoStudio?
What operating system are you running it on?
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