Difference between revisions of "Tutorial Colored Output with Animations"

From MXWendler Wiki
Jump to navigation Jump to search
 
(9 intermediate revisions by the same user not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
In this tutorial a colored output is created in the keystone tab and the output correction is animated.
+
This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.
 +
<div class="noprint">
 +
== Introduction==
 +
</div>
 +
In this tutorial, a colored output is created in the keystone tab and the output correction is animated.
 +
<div class="noprint">
 +
==Steps==
 +
</div>
 +
1. Open the desired video in the Layermanager. '''(A)'''
  
 +
2. Switch to the Keystone tab. Mark the two pivots on the right. '''(B)'''
  
1.Open the desired video in the Layermanager. '''(A)'''
+
3. Open the submenu 'Pivot'. '''(C)'''
  
2. Switch to the Keystone Submenu 'Keystone'. Mark the two pivots on the right. '''(B)'''
+
4. Click on 'Color' to open the Color Wheel. '''(D)'''
  
3. Open the Submenu 'Pivot'. '''(C)'''
+
5. Set your color using the wheel or by giving the digit values of the color you want . '''(E)'''
  
4. Select the option 'Color' in the dropdown menu. '''(D)'''
+
Coloring can be carried out with one or more markers. Different areas can also be colored with different colors.
 
 
5. Double-Click onto the Color Wheel and select the desired color in the 'New Color' Window. '''(E)'''
 
 
 
 
 
''Coloring can be carried out with one or more markers. Different areas can also be colored with different colors.''
 
  
  
Line 19: Line 23:
  
  
6. Open the Submenu 'IO'. '''(F)'''
+
{{#mpdftags: pagebreak}}
 +
6. Open the Submenu 'Pivot Animation'. '''(F)'''
  
 
7. Click 'Set Selection' to activate the highlighted pivots. Bring the marked pivots to the start position of the animation. '''(G)'''
 
7. Click 'Set Selection' to activate the highlighted pivots. Bring the marked pivots to the start position of the animation. '''(G)'''
Line 29: Line 34:
 
10. Switch to the Submenu 'Pivot' and this time colorize differently. '''(J)'''
 
10. Switch to the Submenu 'Pivot' and this time colorize differently. '''(J)'''
  
11. Switch back to the Submenu 'I0', click State 2 to determine the end position of the animation. '''(K)'''
+
11. Switch back to the Submenu 'Animation', click State 2 to determine the end position of the animation. '''(K)'''
  
  
Line 35: Line 40:
  
  
12. The animation can be retrieved with the slide control in the Keystone Submenu 'IO'. '''(L)'''
+
{{#mpdftags: pagebreak}}
 +
12. The animation can be retrieved with the slide control in the Keystone Submenu 'Animation'. '''(L)'''
  
13. Use the yellow Animation Curve to alter the algorithm of the attack curve. '''(M)'''
+
13. Select 'Show Animation Curve' open the Animation editor. Use the yellow Animation Curve to alter the algorithm of the attack curve. '''(M)'''
  
 
14. Changes can be made at any time in 'Layermanager'. The final position of the animation can also be changed. '''(N)'''
 
14. Changes can be made at any time in 'Layermanager'. The final position of the animation can also be changed. '''(N)'''

Latest revision as of 18:22, 3 November 2020

This tutorial applies to all different OS and MXWendler versions.

Introduction

In this tutorial, a colored output is created in the keystone tab and the output correction is animated.

Steps

1. Open the desired video in the Layermanager. (A)

2. Switch to the Keystone tab. Mark the two pivots on the right. (B)

3. Open the submenu 'Pivot'. (C)

4. Click on 'Color' to open the Color Wheel. (D)

5. Set your color using the wheel or by giving the digit values of the color you want . (E)

Coloring can be carried out with one or more markers. Different areas can also be colored with different colors.


Colored Outputs+Animation 1.png


{{#mpdftags: pagebreak}} 6. Open the Submenu 'Pivot Animation'. (F)

7. Click 'Set Selection' to activate the highlighted pivots. Bring the marked pivots to the start position of the animation. (G)

8. Click 'State 1' to determine the start position for the animation. (H)

9. Bring the marked pivots to the end position of the animation. (I)

10. Switch to the Submenu 'Pivot' and this time colorize differently. (J)

11. Switch back to the Submenu 'Animation', click State 2 to determine the end position of the animation. (K)


Colored Outputs+Animation 2.png


{{#mpdftags: pagebreak}} 12. The animation can be retrieved with the slide control in the Keystone Submenu 'Animation'. (L)

13. Select 'Show Animation Curve' open the Animation editor. Use the yellow Animation Curve to alter the algorithm of the attack curve. (M)

14. Changes can be made at any time in 'Layermanager'. The final position of the animation can also be changed. (N)


Colored Outputs+Animation 3.png