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IgorBeg
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This is my new tutorial about Animated Split Screens.
It uses Sketcher, Rotate, Flip and Crop & Position effects, and some features
like Snapshot, Proxy, Mask, Projector, keyframes, Shared effects and Shared tracks.
Link to:
https://transfer.sh/XuBWDT/vidtut_AnimatedSplitScreens.webm

@andreapaz @phylsmith2004 @Sam and others, of course,
if You think it is good enough, you can upload it on Cinelerra-GG Youtube Channel. Thanks!

@andreapaz
You can download the Tutorial from my usual place (I am afraid to write here for spamming).

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phylsmith2004
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@IgorBeg

It is amazing what things YOU can get Cinelerra to do.  I will have to watch this several times to understand it all, but so far I am delighted to see that you can Share Effect of Rotate and save some work.  I never would have thought of that.


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andreapaz
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Amazing tutorial.

I uploaded the video to:
https://youtu.be/YCqJnHLmj6s

If you want to make changes to the descriptions let me know.


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phylsmith2004
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@IgorBeg

More commentary after watching again.

- Such a "smooth" presentation; I know it took many hours over many days to make this with all of the explanations.  Sometimes I was so busy watching the cursor on the Cinelerra windows, that I missed the large yellow colored verbage on the bottom so had to go back and watch that part again.

- It was especially helpful towards the end to see the "All the Tracks in the timeline" which helped to make sense of it all.


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fary54
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Excellent work and superb tuto as usual.
Your knowledge of cinGG is incredible and your tutorials fascinate me.


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IgorBeg
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Thanks @andreapaz for uploaded the tutorial on YouTube! Your description, as always, is Okay. Thanks!
I forgot to mention that my file on https://transfer.sh will be deleted in some weeks. So your post with link to Youtube save me. 😉
Thanks!

@phylsmith2004
I agree with you about the "Subtitles". Unfortunately with subtitles attention is diverted: the focus can only be in one place.
Yes, it took many hours, and I thought of You for the voiceover but it might have been too demanding.
I think that Cinelerra-GG is a fantastic NLE, and I have to be grateful to You and GG (He is always in my heart).

@fary54
Too good, thanks!


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