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Blocks set' style

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Hi,

As he had promised me, Santa Claus brought me a small gift: a blocks set .
You will find a style (made with and for PTE9) to play with me, with 7 horizontal images (1920x1080 pixels for example).


In the unzipped folder you'll find :
"Explanations Blocks set" (. doc or .pdf, it's the same thing.)
- A Black Background.jpg, In fact a completely black image.
- Most important: the style file, Blocks set.ptestyle


To sumarise :


- Drag and drop 6 images of 16/9 horizontal format (for the six faces of the cubes) into the editing table.
- Then drag and drop a seventh horizontal image - the same format (in principle 16/9) as the screen. (It is mandatory) This image will be seen in the background of the screen.
- (Import, the first time, the style) Apply the style.
 


Add salt, pepper, condiments and other spices...

 

Please, excuse my english mistakes

And sorry, I'm not able to put here an exemple. Too heavy (9 Mo), but I think you could see it there :

http://diapositif.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=42012

Blocks set style.zip

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J-C,

You must stop doing this!!

:);):mellow:

Once again you have demonstrated your mastery of the medium and I applaud you.

Nadolig llawen a blwyddyn newydd dda

DG

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Bravo Jean-Cyprien !!!! 

Another masterpiece!

Best wishes and Merry Christmas!

Lin & Ruby pup...

 

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Jean,

Unbelievable what you can do with this program.

Thanks for showing it and giving us the style.

Merry Christmas.

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Bonjour Jean-Cyprien,

Congratulations for this style, the effects are spectacular, well designed and pleasant to watch come to life.
Thank you.

Best regards,

Pascal.

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The accuracy of the style is amazing. Very interesting to watch.

Thanks,
Tom

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Hi,

Thank you for your kind comments, Lin, Judy, Barry, Nelson, Bert, Tom, MUR, et merci Pascal.
I'm glad you like it. But it is PTE (and Igor) that deserves praise for all its beautiful possibilities and accuracy

Kinds regards - Jean-Cyprien

Merry-Chritmas.jpg

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