Making a new collage in MEP

terrypin wrote on 10/28/2014, 7:10 AM

This follows my step-by-step summary in the thread

http://www.magix.info/uk/making-a-new-collage-in-mep.forum.1110317.html

 

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Terry Pinnell, East Grinstead, UK, October 2014

MakingNewCollage.pdf

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Suchita wrote on 1/19/2015, 12:57 AM

Thankyou for the tutorial, I would like to expand the range of collages I can use, but I've been unable to find the Collages folder on Win 7.- Open the \Collages folder. On my XP PC that's at C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\MAGIX\Movie Edit Pro 2014 Premium\VideoEffects\Collage\ but Win 7, 8 (and soon 10) systems will be different.

Anyone able to help?  Thanks!

browj2 wrote on 7/23/2018, 8:12 PM

@terrypin

I have to admit, I never got around to making my own collage and saving it for reuse until now. It worked perfectly in VPX. I thought that there was some trick to replacing the template images with new images by renaming them. I was wrong.

My niece visited last week and left me 500 photos, portrait mode, to turn into a video. There are various themes, like a dozen or so photos of a Church, then the next site, etc. so I thought that I would use collages. The only stock collage that fits has 3 side-by-side portrait photos with a width of 635 at full height; mine are 810 wide at full height, so part was always truncated. I created a carousel type of collage with 3 photos, smaller left and right, full-size in the middle. Worked perfectly.

I'm now inspired to create a few more.

Thanks,

John CB

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terrypin wrote on 7/24/2018, 2:17 AM

Hi John,

Thanks, pleased to hear of your success.

Careful - I was spending more time making new collages at one stage than creating videos!

Terry, East Grinstead, UK