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Thread: How to take out the transition clip that's used in AMV Hells

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    Default How to take out the transition clip that's used in AMV Hells

    The tv screen or whatever you want to call it zooms in then there's static and it zooms out. I have no idea how I'd be able to take that out and then overlay it on top of another video. I use Movie Maker. Anyone got advice?

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    Honestly, stop using Movie Maker...

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    Try to get a "free" version of adobe premiere cs6 or sony movie studio.

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    Doesn't really address my question

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    Quote Originally Posted by s445805 View Post
    Anyone got advice?
    Well, it was advice. Not the advice you were looking for, but still...

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    Quote Originally Posted by s445805 View Post
    Doesn't really address my question
    dude, whatever moviemaker will **** out, its not worth it. giving you an answer would be same as using medicine on the dead.

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    You'd be better off just making your own stock TV image and animating it yourself. Unless you have a specific reason for wanting to use Hells.
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    I am going to add my voice on not using movie maker. Use literally anything else.

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    First, stop using Movie Maker. Second, get Gimp or Photoshop and make a tv screen, pretty simple to do. Third, get Sony Vegas, Adobe Premier, something like that, and they usually have a static effect in there. All you need now is a stock sound clip of tv static (youtube has these).

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