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BarryTheCrab [Avatar]
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I've been struggling mightily, many hours to fix this terrible video testimonial I taped. I gave up, but was re-invigorated by the arrival of PD11. I could have done this in 9 or 10, no doubt, but sometimes you need a beacon of hope to go on...
The video itself was not so bad, but focus on the eyeglasses, the glint, reflection, distraction...just horrible.
Now, look...you would not pay for the left, but you might pay for the right!
http://youtu.be/YQpWPK7jVb8?hd=1
The secret was...
http://youtu.be/ChEsRWdj-po

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Cap'n Kevin [Avatar]
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Nice!! I would pay for the one on the right.

Confirmed on my system. Build 2110

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5 STAHZ for the Cap'n, 2110 ROCKS. HP Envy Phoenix/4thGen i7-4770(4@3.4GHz~turbo>3.9)/Nvidia GTX 960(4GB)/16GB DDR3/7,200rpm/w10x64---
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Cap'n Kevin [Avatar]
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So what was the secret to get rid of the glint in the glasses?

It was expertly done! Tell us the magic Barry, but I am not trying to induce any self promotion.

Kevin!

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djmorgan [Avatar]
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Quote: So what was the secret to get rid of the glint in the glasses?

It was expertly done! Tell us the magic Barry, but I am not trying to induce any self promotion.

Kevin!


You should watch the video and READ the footer for an adequate explanation, made sense to me!

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Cap'n Kevin [Avatar]
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So tell us, what was the magic? It really was excellent! What a visual difference from the side on the left.

Well Done Barry!

Best,

KEvin

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Cap'n Kevin
I watched the video and didn't read the footer. I prefered to have it written in the forum by the CRAB.


Makes it easier to understand by watching the video and reading the explanation! not sure I care what you prefer(ed)

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Great job Barry! Very clever. Click here PDtoots for a collection of PowerDirector Tutorials and Tips
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Excellent job Barry...thinking outside the box..on how to combine the capabilities of Power Director..
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Brilliant! Happing editing

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Kmot [Avatar]
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Wow, amazing difference.

I read the description, I still don't understand how it's done. I'm not advanced enough. But it just goes to show what a powerful tool PowerDirector is, in the right hands! ~Tom~
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Barry, you not only got rid of the glint on the glasses, but you also improved the background color and the contrast level.
And maybe the sharpness.

Very, very good job.

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Bubba in TX [Avatar]
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Yes.. the right looks really clear, crisp, great tone and color even with a colorblind old fart like me.....

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Cap'n Kevin [Avatar]
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Quote: Yes.. the right looks really clear, crisp, great tone and color even with a colorblind old fart like me.....

Is that going to be your next PDToots tutorial?


I think it should be!!

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BarryTheCrab [Avatar]
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Yup, sort of a mini-toot, or tricky-toot, I was thinking about it. I might put it in the same category (but not level) of Carsten's Cube Toot. I'll need permission, acceptance, etc.
Oh, and please forgive the "Genius" title I've placed upon myself...this was a quest, and I was quite pleased with myself when I spat this puppy out.

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Oh forgot...

Makes it easier to understand by watching the video and reading the explanation! not sure I care what you prefer(ed)


Not sure I care what you prefer.... I wanna know.... I watched the video... now what? I guess some of us aren't as smart as some of us.... and I am SURE new people would like to know also....

Looks like it's Genius category to most of us.....

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Cap'n Kevin [Avatar]
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I thought it was excellent Barry!

I did watch most of the video, not all of it. As you know the Island where I live has
Very poor Internet service, rather slow,all wireless. We barely have decent telephones!! So I will email you for an explanation of the steps you took to accomplish it. Maybe you could send me an email of the procedure? I would really appreciate it Barry!

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Capn'

When you get those "procedures" if BTC does not mind... post it for the rest of us.... I may not have an immediate need to use it on any video, but I am interested in what he did and the way he did it........

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Hi Bubba,
See guide: http://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/24619.page#134924
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Dafydd...

Thanks .... lots of info there....

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