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Can't find the Blending Effect Designer in PD 19 ?

Can any body guide me ?
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JL_JL [Avatar]
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Quote Can't find the Blending Effect Designer in PD 19 ?

Can any body guide me ?

Just moved to the Fx room. Might check the manual and/or this link https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/83344.page#post_box_344146 for other UI changes.

Jeff
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Just moved to the Fx room. Might check the manual and/or this link https://forum.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/83344.page#post_box_344146 for other UI changes.

Jeff


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How to add my own effects to the exist Blending Effects, I used to add my own through .xml and .mp4 files, I couldn't find these files in PD19 for the exist blending effects.

Where they are located ?

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How to add my own effects to the exist Blending Effects, I used to add my own through .xml and .mp4 files, I couldn't find these files in PD19 for the exist blending effects.

Where they are located ?


Hello,

Any answer to my question please ?
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ynotfish
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Hi Yousefz -

If you want to add your own custom Blend Effects, I think the simplest thing to do is drop them in your Downloaded BlendEffects folder found at C:\Users\Public\Cyberlink\Downloaded BlendEffects

That way, they won't be trashed with possible uninstall/reinstalls.

Edit: Oh - forgot to mention - the containing folders need to be renamed to "BlendEffectxxx", xxx being the folder number... 001, 002, 003 etc.

Cheers - Tony

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Quote Hi Yousefz -

If you want to add your own custom Blend Effects, I think the simplest thing to do is drop them in your Downloaded BlendEffects folder found at C:\Users\Public\Cyberlink\Downloaded BlendEffects

That way, they won't be trashed with possible uninstall/reinstalls.

Edit: Oh - forgot to mention - the containing folders need to be renamed to "BlendEffectxxx", xxx being the folder number... 001, 002, 003 etc.

Cheers - Tony


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