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    Still a bit of tweaking to go, but I thought I'd post this (yes, another wedding video )

    another wedding video

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    yep, i like it. Is that going to be a kind of scene selection thing? If so, i'd make it a bit shorter. maybe 5 seconds of panning about, then zoom out.

    nice though

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    Cheers

    I did think about putting it before the scene selection, but it's going to go as an intro to the DVD now (before the main menu).

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    Once again, good stuff.

    Perhaps you should have started it at about 30 degrees on the y-axis giving it a 3d feel like on the olympics.

    Sorry Marc, couldn't resist! lol

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    that was freaking cool, what did you do it in?
    Frank Sinatra - \"Thats Life, Biatch\"

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    All done in Adobe Premiere. Poor old me doesn't have after effects

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    if you want a real kickin guide, you would show me how to do that in only premiere
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    Will do. But it does tale a LOT of time and patience

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    Time and patience? Damn... That's me counted out on both scores. Cheers, Ian.
    Premiere Pro, Encore, Photoshop, Ulead VS6, WXP Pro, Core 2 Duo, 2GB, 2 x 250GB SATA3 drives, 2 x 250GB USB 2 external drive, DVD writer, GeForce 7300 GS 256MB

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    You'd be surprised! When it comes to something like this, it's amazing how patient you can be. Even though it took a while to render 12 layers, I didn't rest until I was happy - giving up was NOT an option.

    Not only that, but by completing the exercise I'm now thinking of purchasing AE (as it would save me A LOT of time) And as they say, time is money!!!

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