Pan and Zoom

Post a link to your videos and photographs created with Corel (former Intervideo-Ulead) Products and get feedback from others.

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Pan and Zoom

Post by Darryl »

This was made just using automatic pans and zoom. I thought VS was just good for videos, you can do come nice things with photos. These are Photos of a glacier in the Andes Mountains.
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Post by Ron P. »

you can do come nice things with photos.
Yes you can, as you have shown very nicely.. :)

Thank you for sharing..:) :)
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