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Hello 

Can anyone help me with clear simple instructions for Cube Style -Ive managed 

to insert 6 pictures onto the cube but now one side of the cube is a different size and 

I have floating sections ...  ... Help .. 

Just a simple version - Thankyou very much 

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I assume you are meaning the default Cube slide style in the Experimental category?

Check that all 6 pictures are cropped to be a square shape before you apply the style.

Regards

wideangle

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There are Cube Styles in the Styles and Templates forum which will work regardless of the sizes of the six images. That is why I asked which style was being used.

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Thanks for the reply - I appreciate it -

Im looking at the Cube Style in the Experimental category -

I cannot find any simple instructions anywhere - ive got so far as creating 6  cubed images onto the cube -

and added music  - which now appears to work- 

I now have a floating cube of 6 images -

Im just trying to keep things simple before wandering off to Templates in Forums -can you guide me to any simple instructions ?

as Im confused how it all works in Properties and animation - 

for instance im wondering if the size of the cube can be changed 

Thanks and regards 

 

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Apologies, I was not near my computer earlier on. 

The Experimental Cube (6 Images) is already configured for 1:1 Aspect Crop and you can use any Aspect Ratio images.

You can re-compose the image using the Framing Controls in the Animation Tab. Apply some "S" value before adding "X" and "Y" values - the effect is obvious.

You can ZOOM the whole Cube by applying Zoom to the "Control Frame".

The Slide 1 Image is used as a Blurred Background.

DG

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Perhaps this will help a bit... Sorry about my voice - stroke took my ability to speak clearly. Turn up your sound because the volume is a bit low...

Lin

 

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