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Hollywood FX 5.5 extra effects
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A new look for Hollywood FX ...
Well, not so new now, as it has been out for some time, but new for Studio 9 and 9 Plus (and Edition 6). Actually, it has gone through quite a few changes since originally launched as version 5.0 for Studio 9, but it seems to have settled now, for a while at least, as HFX 5.5. This discussion will be about the top of the range version, of course - which for Studio is called Hollywood FX Mega, and for Liquid Edition is called Hollywood FX Pro. Both versions - Mega and Pro - are virtually the same except for the 'skin' or coat they're dressed in. The Mega look is shown in this article: The 'Pro' look follows the appearance of Liquid Edition and is, umm, how can I put it, less garish. Nevertheless, apart from one or two minor things, both versions are identical and behave identically. Another new thing about the latest versions - they're (Mega and Pro) installed into different directories. So if you have Studio and Liquid Edition on your machine, you would have two installations of HFX. That means uninstalling one won't affect the other - one of the major problems that occurred in the past.
The principles of use haven't changed
The underlying principles of HFX haven't really changed from the 4.5/4.6 versions. The methods have changed though. Those who became familiar with working with the earlier versions should have found it easy to get up to speed fairly quickly with this new version. Lets take a look at where everything is now.
Click on one of the letters to go to a description of that particular item
A. The ALBUM area This pane, together with the one to the left of it, shows all the effects, objects, plug-ins and so on that are available to you in Hollywood FX. It can be 'detached' from the main window to float separately (ALBUM menu option), and when detached or closed (ALBUM menu option, or icon button F), in its place the HFX keyframing envelope is displayed. More of this later. In this area you can select a new effect - selecting the folder in the left of the two Album panes, and the effect within that folder from the right pane. Further down the Folder list, after all the effects folders, you'll find Folders containing other things such as objects, warps and filter plug-ins, preset flight paths, media, extra lighting and 3D text. To select a new transition or effect, you simply double click on it. However, to add an object, plug-in or anything else to an effect from one of the Album folders, it has to be click-dragged and dropped into an appropriate place Tree or Component list (B).. One way to add any of the objects in an existing unlocked effect into an object folder for future use (an object being, for example a frame, or a special shape used in the effect) by dragging it from the effect's component list back into the folder. Talking of unlocked effects, with this HFX you get a number of folders over and above the Pro/Mega range (00-025) that are locked and need to be purchased separately. But the price of unlocking an entire folder is extremely low (IMO) at under £10. [Back to the picture] B. The Component List or 'Tree' Pane ... (Note - this pane can be completely closed by dragging it's left edge, and it may sometimes be necessary to open the pane by dragging the left edge of the Album window to the left). This panel lists every object used in the currently selected effect, plus the effect name and an item called 'Camera'. Each object will have at least one surface - and that surface can be mapped with media - a video or a graphic, or perhaps simply a colour. Both of these items - Surface and Media - are listed under the object heading, If an object has 6 surfaces - such as a cube - then there will be six surface and media items listed under that object. The SoftB1 object used for the Fly-Off transition has numerous edges to provide it with a soft edge appearance, and each of these edges is treated as a separate surface with its own media attachment. When any item in the Component list is selected, its properties can be changed or adjusted in the pane above, top left. In fact, if you want to make an adjustment to an effect, this is one of the places where you can select it.
C. The Property Control Pane... Here's where you adjust the various properties and generally make changes to any item selected in the Components list. Most of the properties can be keyframed - that means, their value can be changed as the effect progresses from start to finish. The keyframing is achieved in conjunction with the Envelope window, bottom right when the album is closed or moved away. There is quite a large a number of these Property Control panels - each of the Filters and Warps are also associated with a Control panel - and individual discussion of each one and how to use the controls it contains is way beyond the scope of this overview. Sufficient to say that the 'Basic' controls are obtained by clicking on the name of the effect itself. Virtually anything and everything in an effect or transition can be changed!
D. The Monitor or Preview window ... This is where you can view the effect as you make changes to it, and up to four views are available - you can have the 'full frontal' view, as will be seen in the final video, and you can also have a perspective view, top and side views, to help you select, position and move an object. When an object is selected, its spatial flight path is shown in the perspective, top and bottom views. You can also select an object using these views, and adjust its position by click-dragging, having first selected the type of adjustment you want to make using the controls to the right of the window (G).
E. The Viewer and Envelope controls ... These icons are 'buttons' - the top row controls playback of the effect, and the bottom row provides control over the keyframes - enabling them to be added, copied, pasted or removed, and controlling how the envelope curve behaves when 'passing through' the keyframe - does it change gradually, or instantly, for example. Again, further discussion of all these controls is really beyond the scope of this overview.
F. The Album Toggle ...This icon button simply toggles the Album area on or off - when off, the Keyframe envelope is shown in its place.
G. Object adjustment selectors ... These provide a simpler and easier way to adjust the position of an object, often, than using the Property Controls (C panels). First, the object must be selected by clicking on the top arrow icon then selecting the required object. Then select the time within the effect for the position, by dragging the scrubber to the required time position. Then, for simple movement, click on the + icon, second one down, click in the Preview window area and drag the object to its new position. For further movement of the object at a different point in time, reset the scrubber, and reposition the object. A keyframe will automatically be created for each adjustment. The other icon buttons here control rotation (use left and right mouse buttons for different rotation axes), scale in any direction, and the bottom one simply sets the object to fit the full screen size, whatever its spatial position..
H, Preview adjustment controls ... These adjust the views in the various preview windows, whichever is selected by a mouse click - not all adjustments work on the main 'full frontal view'. To move the details within a selected view, for example, click and drag on the first of these four icon buttons - that can be a bit misleading at first. You don't click the icon then go to the pane you want to move - you click and drag on the icon itself. The purpose of these icons, which provide movement, scaling, rotation and a reset to normal (no dragging required) of the view within the selected window, is to enable you to get a better look at the position of an object for finer adjustment to it. Handy, huh?
I. Mapping options ...These determine how a video is going to be 'mapped' (displayed) on the surface of an object whilst you are editing it. It doesn't affect the way the effect is rendered out when you make your movie. Point is, if you have a complex effect and maybe a PC that could use a bit of beefing up, using 'live vide' can slow things down considerably. Of course, if you want to tie an effect to the actual video action, you have no option, but generally speaking, a still from the video is adequate - and faster when editing.
J. The Preview window selectors ... These quite simply select one of four preview window combinations. I could list them here - but hey! Go check them out for yourself!
The envelope window
This is pretty much the same as the earlier versions of HFX. Here's a brief description of the various items. Further discussion is, again, beyond the scope of this overview.
A. The horizontal scale - you can zoom in by dragging on the 3rd envelope control icon from the left, to see the envelope curve in more detail.
B, The scrubber, Same as the scrubber in Studio.
C. Envelope indicator. Some envelopes carry multiple flight paths - position flight paths, for example. This shows you which adjustment is currently selected. The arrow to the right of it produces a drop down list from where you can select another property.
D, Keyframes Each keyframe is shown as a block.
E. Keyframe selectors and scale zoom controls. Jump to the next or previous keyframe - far far more accurate than trying to position the scrubber yourself.
F. Keyframe controls - copy, paste, delete and so on.
G. Spline and curve controls - determine how the envelolpe curve is going to pass through the keyframe.
H, Envelope controls - save or load the envelope for use again, or ditch it into into the dustbin. This, patently, has been no more than an overview of what's in the 'new' HFX. There is obviously a lot involved, particularly with all of the control panels. Creating effects can be a bit tricky too - the main thing that people forget (but not you, of course), is that when you change an objects position in the middle of an effect's duration, after that key point it will try to move back to the original end point position. So - a tip to help you get started is - when you add a keyframe in the middle of an effect, copy it to the following keyframes. It will then stay in the chosen position until you decide where you want it to go next. Remember, HFX is about far far more than some fancy transitions - you can create some stunning special effects with this editor, as those who saw my earlier and now outdated and defunct CD Tutorial will know - from animated overlays to trhe Star Trek 'Beam me up Scotty ... '. Have fun!
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هل الملف يحتوى على البرنامج Hollywood FX 5.5 ام هو مؤثرات فقط ؟
لأني حملت الملف ولكن عند تنصيبه يبدأ ولكنه لايعمل شئ علما انني لايوجد على جهازي الأصدار الجديد Hollywood FX 5.5 فمن أين احصل عليه ؟
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انا خليت واحد صديقى بعتهولي من الخارج
بعد عناء التحميل لم اجد البرنامج حملت الملف ولكن عند تنصيبه يبدأ ولكنه لايعمل شئ علما انني لايوجد على جهازي الأصدار الجديد Hollywood FX 5.5 فمن أين احصل عليه ؟
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