Deep Blue Hush wrote on 6/8/2008, 6:11 PM
Well done.

micknett wrote on 6/10/2008, 9:39 AM
NoTurning wrote on 6/14/2008, 12:37 PM
Right on! Very good.
ZIGGI wrote on 6/15/2008, 7:41 AM
Very good!
Granny wrote on 6/20/2008, 5:20 AM
This is very good.   I have to produce an intro for a friend using computer graphics, of which I don't have any.   I do some Digital Juice products, only I haven't used them yet.  I have to learn how to use the overlays.   This is a great video for me to study.
webguy wrote on 6/20/2008, 9:45 AM
Thank you for your reply! I watched your ministry show and I'm impressed with the quality and delivery of the program! You have a wonderful show there! I'm sure you are touching the hearts of your viewers and they appreciate the quality and hard work you put into it! Keep up the GREAT work!  {

In the next episode of Mastering Movie Edit Pro I will be showing how to use alpha elements and "Digital Juice type" overlays, lower thirds and masks with MEP14+.

(Digital Juice is a company that makes video elements such as backgrounds, overlays, lower thirds, wipe transitions and more for the video industry.
You can buy these elements just like networks and TV stations and use them in your videos, they are not expensive)

They have whole kits that have everything you'll need. But you know that already Granny!
The intro and graphics in Mastering Movie Edit Pro are all made with Digital Juice.

MEP14+ has three key capabilities that allow it to compete with Pro editors  These capabilities are; Key Framing, Alpha Support and Chroma key. Add to that the enormous audio capabilities and MEP14+ becomes a truly Professional Editing Suite. On par with all professional Non linear Editors and for a fraction of the cost.

Very complex videos with multiple elements can be made with MEP14+, indeed it is now being used by more professionals as they discover it's enormous capabilities.

You can watch Mastering Movie Edit Pro on my blog;

I invite you, and anyone to leave comments there and suggestions for future programs.


NOTE: If you get the opportunity to watch Granny's show, do so! It is very, very good!
glaube wrote on 1/23/2009, 3:33 PM