"You can't record anything in a PASeq that resizes the canvas. That includes cropping.
You could record the selection, and then a fill associated with it. So you could select, invert the selection, and then fill with another color like white to…"
is there a way to record this in a paseq? i'm trying to remove a black frame around an image in a movie and when i crop to selection it's perfect but i have not found a way to record it. i tried to record canvas to source but couldn't capture that either. when i output the movie with a sketch effect the black frame was back even though it wasn't in the selection.See More
"There's something wrong with my computer where certain software doesn't work like iMovie and Compressor and Quicktime Pro. I would have to wipe everything clean and start over but I didn't want to so I just work around it."
"when i tried to open the 64 bit version it told me another reason why i can't use that one either but they both worked. i miss quicktime pro and iMovie 6 still and have them on an older computer but it is just too slow."
"Make sure you are using vector drawing as opposed to raster drawing in the vectorizer. So in the Drawing control panel, you want the Canvas Render Option to be vector AntiAlias as opposed to Pixel Raster Fill.
One effect i use to try and smooth out…"
Thanks for the info Donna. I am reviewing the SA videos to get a better understanding of the video possibilitiess. Do you happen to know if there is good published video making tutorial, in addition to the provided SA tutorials?
hi donna, i left you the following comment
(as a redponse to yours @ migartor-bc-yowas-me32)
somewhere else here a copy/paste of it
actually stairs at york university in toronto
i love the zebra part the scary one worries me a bit!
i just can't help but to be be mesmerized by the fact that we cannot scape to see ourselves in the light that most objectively has travelled from so far a distance to be trap @ this web so to protect and keep us from the rest of the electromagnetic self-love that so rampantly roamed the cyberspace in the coolness of this modern cybertime bizarre and a little freaky -indeed- it seems my work to be
thanks donna 4 your comments!
they are the steps of the stairs (a series or flight of steps) to a better education
in the way back they land nicely at ground level where they meet the rest of us who were taken pictures of buildings and of human-powered self-lifting devices...
so yes! indeed they are