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HalCon
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I decided to put together a video that shows what many of the various effects do when used in productions. It is sometimes not so easy to visualize how the effect will actually look.

Many of these effects have options to vary the effect. I have the original of the video showing below the video that has the effects applied. Not all of the effects are shown.

Have a look if you are interested. Effects in PD9 - What do they do?

Enjoy or Not

Hal
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Thank you! You saved our time.
I must say that none of the effect was interesting for future use. Pip tracks are my way to go. Amd X6 1055T CPU
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Bubba in TX
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HalCon....

Thanks... that was cool. I would post a link to that video in the PD9 Video, Image and Tip guides thread on the first PD9 forum page. It would make finding it easier and it gives users an good idea of what is going on with the effects.



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CubbyHouseFilms
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Hi Halcon

That was great. Thanks a bunch Happing editing

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HalCon
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Bubba,

Thanks, I thought it would be interesting to see what the effects do. The thing to remember is that many of the effects can be modified, allowing for some very creative looks.

As far as the link is concerned it is already there. Dafydd requested the link this morning.

Hal


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I enjoyed it. Thanks for putting it together, HalCon!
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Great tutorial! May I suggest you update the clip name and description on youtube so it can be more easily searched for others interested in PD9 stuff.

Can you do another one for transitions? The animated preview thumbnails in PD9 are not the greatest examples. Thanks!
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