"If you are on windows, then my guess is that you just have the contents of the PASeq window hidden from view all the way on the right side. It's easy to fix, just mouse down on the right side of the PASeq window where there is a vertical…"
"The Mask Playback Editor parameter for a PASeq determines whether the mask settings recorded in the PASeq action steps are played back or not when the PASeq plays back.
Here's a tip on PASeq Editor parameters. "
"The layer composite and opacity settings are recorded in each action step in a PASeq. So if you had layer playback turned on for the PASeq, then you could use the opacity of the layer to turn it on or off. You'd want to be in view all…"
"Sorry I am not truly understanding what you are describing here. The general mechanics of how to record a Paint Action Sequence and the mechanics on how to have the Paint Action Sequence be layer aware as it records are questions that have been…"
"I think we just discussed this in a recent discussion post.
You can use the Layer Playback Editor parameter associated with PASeq presets to determine whether the recorded layer information for each action step plays back or not.
"The blog entries that used to be at studioartist.posterous.com are no longer available on posterous. But you can access them as archived entries in the main blog at www.synthetik.com. For example, here's the set of blog posts tagged 'photo…"
"And the article finally said: "Here’s a previous post that discusses some automatic approaches to building adaptive block size photo mosaics using path start regionization features." But I can't find the post.…"
"I found the blog article:
Hand Painting Nested Sub-Blocks to Build Detail in a Regular Grid Photo Mosaic
The content is someting about this. So if I want add some details mosaic, I can only do manual painting. Am I right?"
"Hi, this is my mosaic drawing effect. I want to know how can I restrict the cell aspect ratio（now the aspect ratio of cells are different，I want they are similar as the aspect ratio of source movie ）. And I want to know how can I…"