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  2. Igor Kokarev

    Power of Color Filters

    Manuel, Thanks!
  3. MUR

    Power of Color Filters

    Hi Color Corrections is very powerful, I've done this little exercise to show how I use it. MUR Color Corrections.exe
  4. Eric Matyas

    Building a Library of Images for Everyone

    Hey Guys, New free seamless images are ready for your projects on these pages: TXR - ABSTRACT http://soundimage.org/txr-abstract/ TXR - BRICK http://soundimage.org/txr-brick/ TXR - CONCRETE / PAVEMENT http://soundimage.org/txr-concrete/ TXR - METAL http://soundimage.org/txr-metal/ A bunch of brand new free music tracks are on their way as well. Be sure to check my Music thread on Thursday. :-) Have a good week!
  5. Igor Kokarev

    Power of Color Filters

    Hi Paiche, Thanks for your permission!
  6. smithrg

    Cube Style & Link To Tutorial

    Lin, hoping for a speedy recovery ! All the best, Robert
  7. ribotb

    Cube Style & Link To Tutorial

    Lin, My best wishes for a good recovery and a big thank you for everything you are doing. Bernard
  8. Lin Evans

    Watch Styles

    Thanks Igor, We're having fun with PTE! Here's a YouTube sample of the second watch style with a little simulated layer shift on the orbiting moon... Best regards, Lin
  9. chanfi22

    Power of Color Filters

    +1. Very good
  10. Paiche59

    Power of Color Filters

    Hi Igor, I'm glad to know you liked my styles. Of course, you can include them in the future PTE version. It is a pleasure for me to contribute a little bit to the development of PTE. Best regards, Paiche.
  11. Igor Kokarev

    Power of Color Filters

    Hi Paiche, Thanks for these impressive art styles! Please can you give me a permission to include them to future PTE 10?
  12. Igor Kokarev

    Watch Styles

    Thanks, Lin! Two nice simulations of watches from you and Dave at same time
  13. Paiche59

    Power of Color Filters

    Watercolor effect : Watercolor.ptestyle
  14. Paiche59

    Power of Color Filters

    Thank you Igor for these styles. The color filters available under PicturesToExe 9 actually offer the possibility to create amazing effects. I used a variation of the black and white levels applied to a BW image to get a "dynamic mask". For example, these settings allow the appearance of an image with a brushstroke and watercolor effect. Regards. Brush Strokes.ptestyle
  15. davegee

    Linear Dissolve vs Smooth Dissolve

    Igor, Thanks for showing that there are, as with most things in PTE, an almost infinite number of ways of doing most things. Here's a limited comparison of just the default Animation Speeds used as Modifiers and a slightly altered version. Run in Preview or, preferably, in O&A manually. Animation Speed.ptestyle Add a blank slide to a 16:9 Project and apply the Style. DG
  16. Hi Ivor,

    Having a problem opening PTE 9 - not responding. I have re-booted my laptop but that did not resolve the problem. I took some screen shots as I am  rather challenged on technical matters.The exe works but not the pte.

    Regards,

    Ingrid Gane.

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  17. Barry Beckham

    Linear Dissolve vs Smooth Dissolve

    It's a very subtle difference and I am not sure I would have seen it with a 2s dissolve if I wasn't specifically looking for it. It seems a little more noticeable at 0.5s
  18. goddi

    Linear Dissolve vs Smooth Dissolve

    Igor, I normally use a short Dissolve at 1.5 seconds. I'd guess that is why I don't see much difference between the current dissolve and the 'Smooth'. But, yes, add it v10. Thanks... Gary
  19. Igor Kokarev

    60 Second Analogue Timer

    Yes, the animation is elegant.
  20. davegee

    60 Second Analogue Timer

    N.B. The Second Hand Animation consists of just two Keyframes and utilises the Shift Modifier on the Rotate function. DG
  21. Igor Kokarev

    60 Second Analogue Timer

    Thanks, Dave! Nice implementation.
  22. Igor Kokarev

    Linear Dissolve vs Smooth Dissolve

    Gary, Thanks. Yes, traditional "linear" Dissolve becomes more "smooth" with long duration, whereas smooth Dissolve looks "smooth" even with short duration. All versions of PTE include "linear" Dissolve transition. 15 years ago, one user asked me for a smooth Dissolve and we added it as an experimental option to PTE 4.4.x. You can experiment with smooth transition. See the file link above. If it really looks good, we can include this transition to future PTE 10.
  23. Lin Evans

    Watch Styles

    Hi Dave, Yes, the modifier angle shift and number of repeats is much easier than multiple keyframes and is a very nice time saver, especially if everything as far as the clock face is made precisely so that each division lands the second hand at precisely the correct position vis the indications. The reason I used keyframes in the little samples was because I wanted one style to work for both version 8 and version 9. Years ago when JPD was creating some amazing animations, he used excel to very quickly create the keyframe values. I've never really had the skills with Excel so have to do the old way. I remember when we first made the clocks and were playing with the sweep second hand we only used two keyframes also which, of course, rotates the sweep second hand 360 degrees in 60 seconds but the movement is continuous with no stop. Then someone wanted "click stops" and synchronized sound - LOL. I complained and said that a "smooth" motion worked like my Rolex but if it was to be Timex so we had to hold the position with the extra keyframe each second. Actually my Rolex makes eight tiny "beats" per second but they are so small that it appears to be a continuous motion. PTE 9 offers some amazing feature for sure.. Best regards, Lin
  24. goddi

    Linear Dissolve vs Smooth Dissolve

    Igor, In comparing your two demos, I prefer the 'Smooth' dissolve. I dislike long dissolves because they are uncomfortable on my eyes. The 'Linear' demo just seems to take a tad too long. Is the current default dissolve in PTE 'smooth' or 'linear'? Hard to tell without it also included in your demos. But Smooth is better for me. Thanks... Gary
  25. Try a smooth version of Dissolve transition. I used a speed modifier (Smooth) for Opacity parameter to make dissolving more smooth. Do you like it? Smooth Dissolve.pteeff Demo. Smooth Dissolve: https://files.wnsoft.com/picturestoexe/demos/Smooth-Dissolve-Demo.exe Demo. Linear Dissolve: https://files.wnsoft.com/picturestoexe/demos/Linear-Dissolve-Demo.exe
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