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Re: Image watermark 4/21/2005 8:51:39 AM   (Total replies: 0)
I've experimented last night, and did in fact discover that two titles might overlap fully. But having two such images I don't think is possible using this method. My suggestion would be to use an image editor and join the images before using them as a watermark logo. This way you could add as many images/logos you want! ;-) Regards, Even Holen

Why is FillBitmap of different size?! 4/20/2005 9:15:39 PM   (Total replies: 2)
Hi there, in the thread <a href="http://www.windowsmoviemakers.net/Forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=15213">Background movie, and multiple images as titles?</a> I'm asking about overlaying images on a loop. This resulted in me trying to use LogoBitmapFilname in a custom title. This was nearly the solution I looked for, but I couldn't fade the image in and out. Therefore I changed my focus to the FillBitmapFilename-parameter, and it's companions. This resulted in the following ...

Re: Why is FillBitmap of different size?! 4/21/2005 10:19:39 AM   (Total replies: 1)
I'm going a little off topic on my own posting, but some ways of using this: * Super text with graphics. "Even Holen" / "News announcer" * A much simpler way of overlaying static images (as picture in pictures): ---- Weather charts ---- Bar graphs, of whatever you like ---- Detail images in illustrations * Speech bubbles, when doing animation stuff. (Let the image be the bubble, and actual text for the speech) And that just of the top of my head. I could surely come up with ...

Re: Anybody used wikis here? 4/21/2005 11:58:18 AM   (Total replies: 1)
I don't think we should misuse Wikipedia to add stuff there. It's supposed to be a encyclopedia, and thusly have articles on what a transistion or effect actually is. And not how to make them in Movie Maker. Do you know how runs windowsmoviemakers.net? Are they likely to add a wiki? I do have access to install a wiki on a web server, but they don't have virtual hosting enabled so the URLs wouldn't be that nice. What about you PapaJohn or Rehan? Do either of you have the opportunity to ...

Anybody used wikis here? 4/21/2005 9:38:27 AM   (Total replies: 1)
I'm a newcomer to this forum, but if I'm not mistaken there are no websites devoted to publishing the transitions and effects which are posted to the forums. I do see that there are <em>several</em> forums, and that PapaJohn got a website of his own. But not a dedicated website. Therefore I would like to introduce the idea of a wiki. It seems like such a website would get some traffic, and a nice addition to these forums. To those not familiar with a wiki try looking at <a ...

Re: Fading title? 4/21/2005 8:59:22 AM   (Total replies: 0)
Hi there McFly! From a totally different approach I've managed to put together this effect, try using the code presented in <a href="http://www.windowsmoviemakers.net/Forums/ShowPost.aspx?PostID=15263">another post</a> of mine where I'm wondering about why the size is wrong... But the image does fade in and fade out. I'm using the image on the whole frame, and had some problem resizing it. But it's worth a shot. Regards, Even Holen

Background movie, and multiple images as titles? 4/20/2005 9:22:05 AM   (Total replies: 1)
Hi there. Recently I've stopped by this forum, and gotten some tips on using MovieMaker, and I've searched a little for my current problem, but hasn't found a good answer. I'm afraid the answer is: "No, it's not possible!" But I'll try. I have a video loop to be used as background image in a project. On top of this I want to use transparent images (i.e. png-images) as titles. I've managed to use the ordinary titles, but alas they don't do all I want and I don't have enough control over them ...

Re: Background movie, and multiple images as titles? 4/20/2005 4:41:01 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Nope. Don't want a menu. To be exact I've gotten a spinning globe as a background loop. On top of this I want to place, say, 4 different titles. I.e. Image 1 the first 10 seconds, Image 2 the next 10 seconds, Image 3 the next 10 seconds, and lastly Image the last 40 seconds. Overlaid this would be like: <code> XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 1111111111222222222233333333334444444444 </code> Where X denotes the background loop, and 1-4 the 4 title images. But since MM2 only ...

Re: Background movie, and multiple images as titles? 4/20/2005 5:19:17 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Regarding Title Overlays, I've actually bookmarked that thread since I thought it was interesting from a different point of view. I did however discard in this project, since I'm going to make one movie each week with different title overlays/pictures each week. And thusly, I thought that I would need to change the overlays each week, and that wouldn't be a good solution. My goal is to teach another person how to make these loops, and this person needs it to be as simple as possible... (And ...

Re: Background movie, and multiple images as titles? 4/20/2005 5:41:34 PM   (Total replies: 1)
Will not need to recreate. And if so, I would have the original Premiere files to generate the images anew. So I do believe that having a given set of 'special' title overlays referring to a given set of images, might do the magic. Thanks for all help! And I recon, since nobody mention it, that using multiple images overlaid on one track is impossible, without doing the multipass solution. Regards, Even Holen

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