Video: PSA that has been on TV

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Video: PSA that has been on TV

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The first clip is a PSA for Toastmasters that has been on the air with Houston media source. The second Video is me and my girlfriend launching 2 liter soda bottles with an automotive valve stem and an air pump so far the second video has gotten 41,000 hits off of YouTube.com!

The first video was recently upgraded from VideoStudio 7 to VideoStudio 10 Plus

The second video was edited in VideoStudio 9

The third and forth videos were edited in VideoStudio 10 Plus

Video 1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6imirrg62WoNo longer available on Youtube

Video 2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nfDeYUKZDCo

Video 3 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqf9so0ERR8No longer available on Youtube

Video 4 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2wACjMPxLSsNo longer available on Youtube

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We are currently attempting to get Admin to create a separate forum for these user videos.

The computer I am currently using at my workplace has no sound card so viewing the video only. Video 2 needs a 'don't try this at home' warning otherwise I can see young kids doing it and the bottle hitting them in the face.

John and Jills wedding could be spiced up a bit by using the Ken Burns Effect. Take a look at the Telford Video I have included in the above link to see how I introduced movement with pan and zoom or crop filters.
I was using MediaStudio so was able to include all of those fancy moving paths and picture in picture effects, but it still gives you an idea of what you can do with a slideshow even with VideoStudio.
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Ken Burns Effect

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How do you do Pan and Zoom effect? I want to do that on my future Videos.

Clark,
sjj1805 wrote:Please re-post it here (without the voting option)
http://phpbb.ulead.com.tw/EN/viewtopic.php?t=19272
Thank you.

We are currently attempting to get Admin to create a separate forum for these user videos.

The computer I am currently using at my workplace has no sound card so viewing the video only. Video 2 needs a 'don't try this at home' warning otherwise I can see young kids doing it and the bottle hitting them in the face.

John and Jills wedding could be spiced up a bit by using the Ken Burns Effect. Take a look at the Telford Video I have included in the above link to see how I introduced movement with pan and zoom or crop filters.
I was using MediaStudio so was able to include all of those fancy moving paths and picture in picture effects, but it still gives you an idea of what you can do with a slideshow even with VideoStudio.
Clark Harris Houston, Texas
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Post by Ron P. »

Clark,

If you are using the Default layout for VS10+, your Libraries (where the Video, Audio, Filters etc., are located, is on the Top Right, then beneath it you should see 2 Tabs, Image and Attribute if you insert an image. For Videos they will say VIdeo and Attribute. When you insert the video to the Timeline, on the Right of the Image Tab there are radial buttons. Simply check the one that says Pan and Zoom. Then you can choose and customize the Pan and Zoom effect...

To do a Pan and Zoom on videos, you need to drag the Pan & Zoom Filter from the Video Filters Library.
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Post by sjj1805 »

Regarding the Ken Burns Effect, you may be surprised to discover I have created a tutorial on this!!
http://phpbb.ulead.com.tw/EN/viewtopic. ... 2285#72285