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    Hello All

    I am comming to the end of making a film and am putting in the credits. However I am having some troubles with doing so. I am after a smooth transition through the keyframes but instead endup with a sharp change at the actual points. How can I fix that problem?

    Thanks all

    Geekman


    EDIT: I have been able to solve the problem. Thanks anyway
    Last edited by Geekman; 06-22-2006 at 08:20 AM. Reason: Problem Solved

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    Can you give a bit more info on how you have put the credits together ?

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    I ended up just using the text overlay in Vegas 6, that way I could control every aspect of the text and do some fancy movements with it as well. It ended up looking pretty nice when done too .

    How do you normally do your credits?

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    If I am feeling very lazy, just one screen of text using the text tool, less lazy - the credit scroller, keen - as you have done, keyframe them in and out with track motion and add some groovy music / outtakes / silly pics ect.

    I think it is worth spending time on the intro / credits on something you have worked hard on - I liken it to putting a pressie in a nice box - with ribbons.

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    lol, thanks for the advice, Mark. Should be good once completed even though it doesn't match up to some of your creations. It was all filmed with a panasonic hand-held 3CCD dv camera. Neat but not as nice as a Sony VX9000e.

    thanks again,

    Geekman

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    You would be suprised... the quality of a modern 3 chip compact is probably better than my vx9000, and low light performance will be better for sure. I just like the handling qualities of the big camera.

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    Really? I noticed that my finnal render onto DVD looks pretty good, more then what I was thinking it would be like. It is amazing what can be done now days.

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