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Paul L

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  1. Tested with 10.0.9 and 10.0.10 on a sytem with Win 10 Pro Version 1903 build 18362.778 and I can not repro, works as expected using the F4 key and the triangle.
  2. Thanks for the info. So you already tried my suggestion before and it didn't work, apparently.
  3. Not sure if it would have been a solution, but what I would have tried is not using key points to lower the volume of the "bite" but rather trim it by grabbing the end and drag it to the left.
  4. Former Proshow Gold and Producer user too. Didn't want to switch to Photopia because of the subscription model.
  5. Nice pan's Dom. Yes I'm interested.
  6. Also downloaded ... ignore.
  7. Thanks thedom for these great styles.
  8. Here is another newbie that thinks you need to start PTE AV Studio 10, start a new show and add a blank slide. Then click the button Styles and Themes and in that window select Import style from the Tools button. There might be other way(s) I am not aware of.
  9. Same rules apply in Belgium. Work from home and keep it safe.
  10. Thank you so much Lin and Mary for the details. Before I posted my question, I did create a new style that combined sepia with cover. Thanks to you both I now see that there are more straightforward ways to achieve that. As with many editors, it looks like also with PTE AV Studio Pro, there are several roads that lead to Rome. Sepia and fill screen is a combination I use now and then, I only mentioned it as an example. Your sugestions led me to a better understanding of how AV Studio is designed and how flexible the program is. Thanks again, it's much appreciated.
  11. I am slowly getting the grips of PTE AV Studio. Quite some editing software allows applying several effects on the same picture. Not so PTEAV Studio? I want to have a 4:3 pic cover the 16:9 screen and change color to sepia. It looks to me that one cannot achieve that by first applying the color style and then the image style. The first always replaces the next one. This is how I worked around to get the wanted result: 1. Apply the sepia style 2. Go to O and A and apply a zoom to get the 16:9 3.Click Close go back to project timeline 4 Click Styles and Themes 5. Click Tools and select Create Style. Is this the intended workflow? Looks quite a cumbersome affair to me.
  12. I am really impressed by what you guys can do with the software. With 73 on my counter, I am sure I'll never reach your skill levels. BTW, I just bought the pro version.
  13. That's a great style Lin. I had a look at the details and find it very impressive what you did. I wasn't aware that PTE AV Studio was such a versatile and powerfull aplication.
  14. Thanks Lin for the information and for the excellent Starwars style. Even using the trial allows saving a style I learned. Thanks Tom for the suggestion. I played a bit with the Z pan and that's much easier to get the wanted result.
  15. I might take the plunge soon but today I am still evaluating using the trial. Tought let me try a Star wars title effect on a text object. I used several keyframed animation parameters. Enclosed is the result of my experiment. Looks quite good but I am not completely happy with it. For example, it looks like the scroll speed is running up to the end. Question 1: Can I save the combination of used parameters with their set values as a preset style for future use? I did not start the building from the Slides and Styles Tools button but rather while I was working with a blank slide on the TL. Question 2: Has the Star Wars effect been discussed here on the forum? Is a similar and most likely better one than my trial available anywhere? Star_wars.wmv
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