I hope you’ll like it.
I hope you’ll like it.
Some nice animations going on in the video - I particularly like the counter-rotation effect in the title. I presume it was done with the Rotate and Scale filter, is that right?
I used Inkscape some years ago for an app I was working on and found it a bit daunting at first. But having watched a few tutorials on the web it became easier to use. Keep up the good work.
Yesterday I realized that Shotcut also allows to include SVG (Vector) files in the project.
It’s great because the graphics are so sharp, even with very large enlargements.
I agree with @Elusien on the nice visual rotation effect of the titles.
Congratulations and good work.
Thanks for the compliments.
I did use Inkscape to create the graphic assets, but the actual animation was done with Blender 3D. I like them both very much, as much as Shotcut.
Thank you for the nice compliments ejmillan
I am glad you both liked it.
Hi @DBP, I enjoyed watching (just as I liked your first video). I’m getting quite a bit of “glitching” on the picture though (like flashing bars across the screen). Noticeable around 5:10 onwards and sporadically later. I presume this is not intentional?
Your voice is very clear again.
One question - at 0:07 the “doggy bag” small logo seems to bounce in quickly - good effect, did you do it with precise keyframes of the size/position filter?
I am so glad you do, and thank you so much for sharing it
I’m getting quite a bit of “glitching”
I wish that was intentionally! By the time I had noticed I had put too many work-hours to redo it. At first I thought it was a problem specific to the capture program I used (Vokoscreen), but I was getting it with OBS too. I was in Linux Mint then. I will do a test with OBS in Windows 10 today and see how that goes.
the “doggy bag” small logo seems to bounce in quickly - good effect,…
That’s right, I just used the S&P keyframes. I will come back later to post info about the keyframes.
Thank you for your kind words
A feeling I know only too well! You spend HOURS on something and then discover something not quite right… by which time you have no time to rectify it…
I empathise with you
So the results of this test were perfect. No flickering whatsoever!
It makes me suspect the Nvidia driver for Linux
I’ll have to look into that.
And in the mean time, come to Windows 10 just to do the video-capturing (Oh well! At least I have the option).
I’ll come back later with the info on the animation keyframes (when I can go back to Linux).
You can have a close look at the keyframes. The needed files are attached herein.
Let me know if you have any more questions
Pin Logo Anim - Repaired.mlt (5.7 KB)