Convert to Animation

Convert to Animation

By Bart van der Molen

Convert to Animation is a cool new feature in Corel VideoStudio X8, and video expert Gripps shows you how to use it. You’ll learn:

  • the difference between JPEG and PNG files
  • how to use Mask and Chroma Key to apply a background texture or pattern to your text
  • how to use the Convert to Animation feature

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Comments (2)

  • UncaBilly Reply

    What is the best way to set the video splitter to an exact point. Such as. 4 mins 28 secs. Or 1 min 28 secs? I try to set it, but it seems almost impossible to get it where I need it. Does that make any sense?

    New user of Core; Video Editor X8

    Thanks!

    December 15, 2017 at 7:54 pm
    • Adam Reply

      Hello UncaBilly,

      You can dial in a specific time using the timecode display, just below the lower right hand corner of the preview window. Simply click somewhere near where you want to position the splitter, then select the hours, minutes, seconds, or milliseconds in the timecode display, then use the up/down arrows to set a precise value. Repeat as needed (if you need a minutes + seconds time for example), and you are all set!

      Hope this helps,
      Discovery Center Team

      February 3, 2018 at 6:58 pm

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