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srt86hil is not online. Last active: 7/25/2006 4:49:21 AM srt86hil
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Sliding on top
Posted: 25 Jul 2006 04:49 AM
Hi, is it possible to have a transition where the new frame slides in from the left on top of the old one, rather than the old one sliding out and revealing the new one? If so, odes anyone have any XML code or a link?
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Re: Sliding on top
Posted: 25 Jul 2006 09:50 AM
You can certainly do this with Rehan's PIP+ but since it involves movement it would only work with the trial and registered versions not the freeware version.

<!-- http://www.windowsmoviemakers.net/Forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=67160
Transition where new frame slides in from the left on top of the old one
Requires PIP+ registered/trial version
glow July 2006
-->
<TransitionsAndEffects Version="1.0" SpecialIconFileID="1033" SpecialIconResourceID="101">
<Transitions>
<TransitionDLL guid="{4EF98DF5-794F-4fd3-8E77-559F82C8D10C}">
<Transition name="Push Right B, A stays" iconid="0">
<Param name="RectB" value="0.0, -1.0, 0.0, 1.0, 1.0, 1.0; 1.0, 0.0,0.0,1.0,1.0,1.0" />
</Transition>
</TransitionDLL>
</Transitions>
</TransitionsAndEffects>


I'm not sure whether you can do this with any of the built-in transforms which you get with Windows....
- Windows Media Transform Effects (WMTFX) has a MoveA parameter but not a MoveB.
- You could make a custom title which started with the text and the video slides in from the left


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Re: Sliding on top
Posted: 25 Jul 2006 10:11 AM
The Stretch and Slide filters can almost do what you want or may in fact look better

e.g.

<TransitionsAndEffects Version="1.0">
<Transitions>
<TransitionDLL guid="{7658F2A2-0A83-11D2-A484-00C04F8EFB69}" comment="CrStretch">
<Transition name="Stretch, Right" iconid="68">
<Param name="stretchStyle" value="HIDE"/>
</Transition>
<Transition name="Push, Right" iconid="69">
<Param name="stretchStyle" value="PUSH"/>
</Transition>
<Transition name="Stretch, Across" iconid="67">
<Param name="stretchStyle" value="SPIN"/>
</Transition>
</TransitionDLL>
<TransitionDLL guid="{810E402F-056B-11D2-A484-00C04F8EFB69}" comment="CrSlide">
<Transition name="Slide, Swap" iconid="66">
<Param name="bands" value="1"/>
<Param name="slideStyle" value="SWAP"/>
</Transition>
</TransitionDLL>
</Transitions>
</TransitionsAndEffects>

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