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    • drbgaijin
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    Tutorial: Using some of the BCC 3D Objects Filter Group

    By taking time to learn more about Avid FX and the BCC filters, it is possible to save a lot of time doing effects.
    Those two applications work from within Avid MC.
    You don't need to export to a 3rd party application and then re-import with all the dangers of reversing field order etc. etc.

    As my final Tutorial, I'd like to show you how to create a couple of effects using the BCC 3D Objects group of filters.

    The idea is not that you should try and copy my rather simple effect, but to start your gray-matter working and to inspire you to try and make your own creations.

    You remember the : Give a man a fish, and he'll eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he can eat for the rest of his life!
    (I have also heard: Give an american a fish and he'll eat for a day. Teach an american to fish and he'll sit in a boat on a lake drinking beer all weekend!)
    No offence intended..... :-)


    Regards,
    Douglas


    This tutorial can be viewed at "Full-screen" by clicking on the icon on the toolbar

    System 1:Edius Workgroup 8, AMC 6.5.4.5, - Windows [view my complete system specs]
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