Video: Performance Trucks

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Video: Performance Trucks

Post by Wilde Racing »

I've used this forum for support a few time in the past and thought I'd share one of my videos.
The video is a compilation of pictures and video clips from other members of a truck forum. The clip is about 4 minutes long. I'm using Video Studio 10 Plus. I hope the music isn't too much for you...

http://video.performancetrucks.net/vide ... 1e91db.htm
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Post by Ron P. »

Good work :!: :!:
The music fit your video well..:)

Thanks for sharing it
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AWSOME
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Post by Bobm03 »

Oh, Boy!

Excellent :!:
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Post by VikingAnimations »

Very cool indeed! Image

No complaints here on the music!

I'm thinking, though, that I should be buying shares in petroleum and tire companies! :wink:
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Post by sjj1805 »

I had to double check, it looked like you were using MediaStudio.
It just goes to show what you can achieve with VideoStudio.
I'm still trying to figure out how you did some of those effects, especially the ones at the start where you have cast an inverted shadow over the cars!

Nice co-ordination of music to video.
Very well done.
:D :D :D
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Post by Wilde Racing »

First off, THANK YOU ALL.

sjj1805, I used the Video filter "LIGHT" alot with my project. I toyied around with the customize filter settings alot....

So does the MovieStudio have more editing power or something?
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Post by sjj1805 »

Thanks for the info about the light filter.
These Ulead products contain so much stuff that hardly a day goes by without you discovering something else within it.

MediaStudio does more than VideoStudio but obviously is more expensive and has a steeper learning curve.

Here are two links to Members videos created with MediaStudio.
Comparison of VideoStudio to MediaStudio

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