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We have our forums locked down to require manually approval of first forum topic posts, although we do allow new users to post replys to active topics. This greatly reduces the amount of worthless topics that get posted to our forums, especially during weekends when we are out of the office. Your forum topic has been reviewed and approved now. Hope this helps!
CCleaner is a great program – here is a link to thier website: http://www.ccleaner.com (instead of a third-party). Some companies bundle their own tracking into an install! 🙂
I've re-written your link to fit our structure so it's embedded now.
Videomaker used Red Giant's Trapcode Particular to create this effect, which is a third party plug-in available for Adobe After Effects.
While our video course for that plug-in is only available to Creative level PLUS members, we do have another course video that teaches you how to create openings.
You can find that video at BUILD AN OPEN WITH GRAPHICS, CAMERAS AND EXPRESSIONS
There is, thanks for asking! The best thread to share your work is this one: http://www.videomaker.com/forum/topic/have-a-video-to-share-post-it-here
@Graham1938 Thank you for bringing the video overflow width to our attention – this has been fixed. As far as advertising overlays, Videomaker never puts advertisments on our users videos. These video ads are served from your video host, such as youtube. You will need to check your ad settings in your video hosting account to see if those ads can be removed. Again, Videomaker is not putting ads on your videos. Hope this helps!
Hi Laguna, it sounds like you may be referring to this article:
6 Phrases That Help Motivate Talent
Your new forum topic had not yet been published. It is live now. Thanks for your patience! 🙂
@ratpack84 the link to your video is not valid (looks likes its missing the account name in the URL – vimeo.com/HERE/# )
Either ‘Foamcore’ or ‘Gator board’ would work for making your oversized dominos. Foamcore is less expensive, but is also more flexible at larger sizes. Gator board is very rigid, yet lightweight, but is also more costly. Find an art framing shop near you – they should at least have foamcore in stock as it is the industry standard for mounting photographs. Good luck!
According to the Facebook comments, the slider is an Edelkrone. Videomaker reviewed this last year:
I searched our forums, and found a possible answer in a comment:
“I had this problem with Premiere Pro CS4, and it was frustrating me greatly. The more I edited and the further along I got, the more audio got out of sync with the video.Turns out, it was the format it was in; Premiere Pro does NOT like .m2ts, (the native Blu-ray format) I recorded in regular AVCHD which is a .ts file that my Hauppauge HD PVR can also record to, tried importing it into Premiere Pro, and D’OH! PPCS4 doesn’t support .ts. Great. I decided to try renaming it to .mts, which is supported and as far as I know, the same format and wrapper as .ts. It worked beautifully. All my audio sync problems disappeared. You could try converting to AVCHD and giving it a .mts extension.”
@Ed: A quick search for ‘USB autorun creator” yielded several options for building menus for flash drives, including software packages and howto articles. They are all a little different, so you will need to do some research on what fits your needs, but autorun dvd-style menus are possible on flash drives.
Hope this helps!