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  • Sun, Feb 20 2011 5:33 AM

    • Dynamic7
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    Cube spin effect . . . were is it ?

    Hi again friends,

    There is an effect called the "cube spin / turn " and I can't seem to locate it in AVID . I know that it is very popular in FCP but I would like to use it in avid . Does anyone know what is is called and where it can be found in AVID ?

    Thanks very much.

  • Sun, Feb 20 2011 7:39 AM In reply to

    • Cagey
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    Re: Cube spin effect . . . were is it ?

    That can be found in Avid FX

    Here's a tutorial

    Keith

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  • Sun, Feb 20 2011 10:14 AM In reply to

    Re: Cube spin effect . . . were is it ?

    Hi,

    There's also one in the BCC effects.

    ciao,
    Carl 

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  • Mon, Feb 21 2011 1:48 AM In reply to

    • Scott-J
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    Re: Cube spin effect . . . were is it ?

    That tutorial was great. Following that tutorial instructions, how can I add a background image behind the rotating cube?

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  • Mon, Feb 21 2011 2:28 AM In reply to

    • Cagey
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    Re: Cube spin effect . . . were is it ?

    Scott-J:

    That tutorial was great. Following that tutorial instructions, how can I add a background image behind the rotating cube?

    Add a track to the Avid timeline below the Avid FX track and add your background footage.  (Look in the Avid help on how to insert a new video track - I think you hold down Alt when right-clicking the timeline. You have to hold the right-click until you finish selecting the track to insert)

    Add a track to the Avid FX timeline and make it the bottom most track. Then set it to point to the appropriate track on the Avid timeline that has your background: V1, V1, etc.

    or

    Add a media track to the Avid FX timeline and make it the bottom most track.  Then point it to external video or a still image.

    Keith

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