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Post by sjj1805 »

3D Animation program - Daz Studio
mathman wrote:Hi there sjj1805,

Here is another freebie you might like to add to the "free stuff" thread.

Title : DAZ Studio v2.0

Description : "DAZ Studio is a free, feature-rich 3D figure posing and animation tool that enables users of any skill level to easily create stunning digital imagery. Whether you're a 3D newbie, or an avid 3D artist, you'll find DAZ Studio is the perfect tool for designing unique digital art and animation with virtual people, animals, props, vehicles, backgrounds and more. Experience total creative freedom with DAZ Studio and express yourself in 3D like never before"

Link : http://www.daz3d.com/i.x/software/studio/-/?&_m=d

regards,
Andrew
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Free RAW converter.
JoeB wrote:
Michael83815 wrote:When are we going to get a K100D Super support for raw files? Back in 10/2007 Corel said it was coming soon? :cry:
The RAW support even for the cameras that are supported by PSP is rudimentary at best, and most people use either the RAW converter that came with the camera software or another third party converter, making the changes they want in the converter than saving as TIFF for further post-processing in PSP. The free RAW Therapee supports your camera, and is available here:

http://www.rawtherapee.com/?mitem=4

Regards,

JoeB
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Cartoon Creation Software.

Spruce up your home video by throwing in a bit of bugs bunny etc.!!!

Creatoon

You can now download the full version of CreaToon 3.0.
After installing CreaToon, first run it once, which will produce a message box saying you need to unlock it.
To unlock CreaToon, also download unlock.zip, unzip this file and run unlock.exe. It will say that CreaToon is now unlocked. You will now be able to run CreaToon.
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neonbob wrote:New Blue is offering its cartoonr plugin for free. A great addition and it seems to work well (haven't tried it in VS yet though). You do have to give up your email add, but it's worth it.

http://www.newbluefx.com/cartoonr/
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Edit EXIF Information on your Photographs

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Edit EXIF Information on your Photographs
FREE from Microsoft and works with XP and Vista.


Microsoft Pro Photo Tools provides a set of tools for photographers to perform various tasks with their images¡Xincluding RAW captures. The current version enables you to quickly geotag your photos, view and edit metadata, and more, leveraging the power of Windows and Microsoft Live Local.

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http://www.microsoft.com/prophoto/articles/tools.aspx
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Post by sjj1805 »

guardiansoulblade wrote:I found this video converter and I use it all the time, and it's completely free:
Free Video Converter
1. Just click the "Free Video Converter 1.2 Link.
2. Hit the "Download" button.
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Free Audio Files.
plop wrote:I found this,thought may be some use to members,i found some great audio files to use.
http://www.sampleswap.org/
you do have to register for download but all Free

David
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perfection wrote:http://www.thecliparchive.com/

Check it out
Hope i am not repeating a site already mentioned and made a sticky in these forums

Just what i was looking for in my earlier post requests
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Post by sjj1805 »

RickinSav'h wrote:Steve,
Thought you might consider putting this link in the Free Stuff section. Its from user group for Proshow Gold / Producer. I noticed you have Proshow Gold on your list of S/W.
A member has created q 200+ page book available as a free pdf, excellent resource for your ProShow Gold. The last section of the book has this rather exhaustive list of resources.

Here's the free resource link... http://computercraftetc.com/PSE/

Here's the link to the user forum... http://proshowenthusiasts.com/

Rick in Savannah, Ga. USA
Thank you Rick, that is quite a list!
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Post by sjj1805 »

Black Lab wrote:
proDAD Adorage and Vitascene Effects

Many software programs provide a free trial download, allowing users to try before they buy, but proDAD is giving full starter kits of its popular Adorage and Vitascene Effects software free, no strings attached. These starter kits have up to 170 effects and plug-ins that are compatible with most editing applications. Got a wedding video to edit or that holiday compilation? Now's a good time to check it out.

The Adorage Starter Kit is a compilation of transitions and effects that include sports-related media, wedding effects and other family and celebratory themes. The kit includes plug-in support for Adobe Premiere Pro and Elements, Avid Liquid, Canopus Edius, Sony Vegas and Vegas Pro, Ulead MediaStudio Pro and Magix Video Deluxe 15 NLE applications.

The Vitascene Effects kit has many professional-grade effects that include film look and text effects. Upgraded users will find support for Adobe Elements and Premiere Pro; Avid Liquid 7.x, Xpress 5.x and Media Composer Adrenaline 2.x; Canopus Edius 4.x, 5.x and Neo 1.x; Magix Video Deluxe 2008 and Deluxe 15; and Sony Vegas 5.x, 6.x, Vegas Pro 7.x and 8.x.

Of course, proDAD hopes that you enjoy the starter kits so much that you'll upgrade to its paid versions, which include many many more effects. See the full review from Videomaker's October 2008 issue.

Adorage Starter Kit: http://www.prodad.com/starter/adorage.html
Vitascene Starter Kit: http://www.prodad.com/starter/vitascene.html
You sign up for these starter kits and they send you an email with a download link. I received the Vitascene link but have not received the Adorage yet. The Vitascene effects are very nice. The set-up process detected my VS10 and automatically installed the plug-in to the vfx folder. However, it did not recognize my X2 so I copied the plug-in to the X2 vfx folder and it works fine, showing in my Transitions menu.

Mods, I don't know if this should be put in the Free Stuff forum, as I don't know how long this promotion will last. :roll:
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Post by sjj1805 »

oldfan wrote:Hello

I read through the items included in the freebies list, an impressive list and a nice initiative.

I would like to point first to the capture soft I am using, for its ease of use and small footprint: Exsate DV Capture Live
=> http://www.exsate.com/
Exsate DV Capture Live enables you to capture and convert DV video from your camcorder via a IEEE-1394 Firewire connection. While the program is capturing the video, it automatically converts it to AVI or WMV format in real-time and saves it to your hard drive. You can optionally imprint the DV time stamp into the captured video and choose to have it appear once a day, once an hour or with every scene. Furthermore, you can choose to capture to a single or multiple files, append to existing projects, and operate all playback functions of your DV camcorder. Exsate DV Capture Live does not offer any editing functionalities, but if you just want to capture and convert your tapes to digital format, this program offers all the functionality you`ll need.



same thinking made me choose the "Video flip & rotate" soft from
=> http://www.dvdvideosoft.com/
It is ads supported but during installation option is presented to deselect the third party toolbar.
Free Video Flip and Rotate is a simple video processing tool that enables you to flip and/or rotate a video clip. It offers 7 presets that allow you to rotate and flip the video 90 or 180 degrees. The resulting file is saved in AVI format.
Very often I need to capture an image from a movie, and I love portables. In my opinion the best quality pictures are produced by Topaz
=> http://megasoft-rapid.com/2008/10/30/po ... l#more-528
Topaz Moment was specifically designed to capture video frames and significantly increase their quality and resolution.
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Post by sjj1805 »

Coral wrote:Hi,

Have a look at this site:
http://fixounet.free.fr/avidemux/download.html

It contains a freeware application for video editing. Parts of it are very good but the vido filters I didn't like.

I have been using it for quite some time now. It is ideal for working on avi movies and it is quite fast too. There are too versions. Installable and Portable (zip and exe)

Cheers,

Joe
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Post by sjj1805 »

dnavarrojr wrote:Title: Free HD Footage and Animations
Description: Free HD Footage and Animations for personal and commercial use. Updated every few days.
Link: http://www.digibard.org/freehd/
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Post by sj1805 »

ecbritz wrote:I'm not sure if I'm allowed to recommend non-Corel products on this site, even open-source, free, "community developed" programs. But the open-source media player, "Media Player Classic Home Cinema" -- the latest upgrade of August 2009 -- is really the best player I have been able to find for playing high definition movies on a computer. Also movies created using VS X2 are played brilliantly. I first tried different top-rated, "professional" level commercial media players, costing around $100. But they were more difficult to operate than Media Player Classic Home Cinema, they seemed to balk at playing certain formats, and the image quality was simply not as good as that of the open-source product. Media Play Classic played everything I tried to play beautifully and without any problems. So I've discarded the commercial contenders. If I'm overestimating this free program because I'm a novice in the camcorder field, please direct me to a program which will impress me more.
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Typewriter text for your videos.

Post by sjj1805 »

RickinSav'h wrote:Steve,
Check this one out it creates an avi file of text being typed out. You tell it what to type out & it creates an interesting effect.

www.mediadigitronics.com
Select "Proshow Stuff"
The Typewriter200.zip file is at the bottom of the page as well as a an example of what it does.

Rick in Savannah
Thanks Rick, looks really great!
:D :D :D
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