It surprises me that the TBYB version doesn't even have the button -- it's supposed to be a complete version... Hopefully some other TBYB will be able to confirm whether or not they have it on their trial installation...
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Just wish for once i could get a Sales rep or a customer service rep that speaks English as a first language on the phone. Life would be much easier.
As to x4, on win 7. Seems to work fine for me with the SP3 upgrade.
Statistics: Posted by draacco — Wed Mar 05, 2014 11:10 pm
for download. Now, I will have to say No thanks to that.
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Statistics: Posted by RobertOZ — Wed Mar 05, 2014 5:16 pm
http://www.videostudiopro.com/docs/prod ... son-en.pdf
Statistics: Posted by BrianCee — Wed Mar 05, 2014 5:11 pm
I always download whatever is in the Do More section. I have also purchased for Corel Video Studio Pro X5 and then X6 Ultimate the following: bonus content and theme packs:
• Flash Objects Vol. 1
• Flash Objects Vol. 2
• Flash Objects Vol. 3
• Positive Vibe Pack
• Wedding Pack
For purchasing these content packs, I was given a content pack called "Romance" for free by Corel. I have also purchased older content packs for X3/X4 and VS11... Not complaining because they were optional purchases, but I would like to see these content pack eventually rolled into the newer versions of the software. Now I will have to purchase them again for X7 (64 bit)...
PS: Please let me know if you are aware of where to get any content material, free or otherwise...
Statistics: Posted by jdowney — Wed Mar 05, 2014 4:49 pm
If you purchased the disc version there should have been two discs - you must download all the second disc to get the effects.
If you purchased the download version there are two distinct downloads - forget the actual sizes at the moment but the second is just a bit smaller than the first - you need to download that as well and install all of it.
You can certainly attach object (pointers , rings etc.) in the track motion window - I have never tried an FX would need to check it out before I could be positive one way or the other.
After you apply any FX to a clip you need to set it all up yourself - with the clip highlighted open the 'options' panel and choose "Customise filter" - you will then be presented with a dialogue window where you can set what that effect does throughout the length of you video by setting and/or adding key frames - by default there is one at the beginning and one at the end which are set differently - you must set both ends of the FX
Statistics: Posted by BrianCee — Wed Mar 05, 2014 4:03 pm
Been a while, but just purchased VS Ultimate X6 and it's a bit of a jump from VS11+ so I have a few questions:
1) Apparently Ultimate it's supposed to have a bunch of extra effects etc. over the trial version of Pro X6 I was trying. I just didn't really see any extra content that seemed different than the Pro X Version. Is there a patch, fix or extra download to get them? Even the startup icon and start menu items indicates Pro X6, but it is the Ultimate version when the application starts running.
2) I like the motion tracking, but not aware of it's potential. Can you attach an FX to the motion tracking like fisheye or one of the others?
3) Is there a way to keep the Corel FX Pinch effect static instead of growing and moving around once I've set it.
Thanks for the help, I'm sure I'll need more getting to know the bells and whistles..
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Statistics: Posted by RobertOZ — Wed Mar 05, 2014 11:00 am
There is no need to install the drivers in XP mode.
The firewire driver will work in all modes. What happened was a few years back Microsoft decided to follow more closely the firewire standards for the driver. This meant those cam manufacturers that were a bit more loose with their interpretation of the standards found that their cams no longer worked with windows.
Canon and Panasonic were the two worst makers to have problems.
http://myvideoproblems.com/ProblemPages ... derSP2.htm
The legacy driver though fixes any issues with older cams and works fine in win 7 and 8.
I would do some testing of the cam/cable and pc. See if you can find another pc to test it on, and another cam that you know works. You've already found that changing the cable has changed the problem. It could be that the firewire port on the cam is worn and the connection poor.
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Statistics: Posted by RobertOZ — Wed Mar 05, 2014 4:57 am
Did not need to install any of the original drivers
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