Anyone using MotionStudio 3D

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Anyone using MotionStudio 3D

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Hi,

was wondering whether this product would be easier to use than Boris Graffiti which comes with VS7 Ultimate
I like what Boris can do but its quite challenging to get to grips with

Any users with experience of MotionStudio 3D

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Re: Anyone using MotionStudio 3D

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Hi

Your best option would be to download the trial
http://www.videostudiopro.com/en/produc ... studio-3d/

The program is a 3D Graphics Editor which also animates text.
I think much more advanced than Boris which only does Text animations, as such more involved in using the program.

Unfortunately I have not used Boris nor MS3D other than a few tests so not that experienced, I find the animations within Video Studio are suitable for me.
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Re: Anyone using MotionStudio 3D

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I use MS3D quite a lot and really like its sophisticated titles. It is, however, a very steep learning curve for the more complicated motion effects. Fortunately for me, I started with a much earlier version of the program ("Cool 3D", and then its more professional update :Production Studio"), where much the same steps are used. MS3D is much faster, however... But it has never been updated since its release.
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