Fading Titles/intro with no post processing

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Fading Titles/intro with no post processing

Postby jcforbes » Sun Sep 21, 2014 11:33 am


I used timeline components 3 frames apart and adjusting the transparency 10% per step. Since this one I've done a few more and refined the technique to 10%/1 frame which makes it smother but faster. If I had more patience I'd do 5% per 1 frame. This seems like a fairly simple feature to add in to the software that really spruces up the videos, I wish they would! It's really nice to finish the videos in RR and not have to put them in a second program to add intros and fades etc and only need to render a video one time.
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Re: Fading Titles/intro with no post processing

Postby brentil » Mon Nov 17, 2014 6:58 pm

I'll have to try this out, I was getting ready to load it up in Windows Movie Maker to just add some intro/outro text but this will do it in a more integrated manor. Can you save the setup as a template so you don't have to rebuild it again?
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Re: Fading Titles/intro with no post processing

Postby kaiowas » Thu Nov 27, 2014 6:42 am

I'm currently working on an alternative approach which uses embedded images for the titles. These can then be associated with a data channel to control their transparency level over time. (I'm using a second data file which purely controls these transparency values) It's still a work in progress at the moment but the initial results are promising and it should allow better control of the fades with less fiddling about than this method.

Once the video is finished I'll post up some results.
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