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PostPosted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:19 am 
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This video was edited on a tablet with Luma Fusion.

I am starting to get used to the work flow a bit better which makes for faster editing video.
I would suggest using a keyboard and learn the short cuts, probably saves you 30 % in time once you get used to this method.

I have also been experimenting with casting to a TV set while editing, which is an interesting experience, Luma in big screen mode.

In this 5 mins video of myself at work, what i have learnt this time around with LF is the ease of use of editing more freely with the "In's and Out's" key framing more precise or as precise as say FCP on desk top. Using arrow keys to move along the time line feels smooth and allows for experimenting.

You can of course create more transitions with text and become more creative over time.

If I worked more with the video it probably polish up quite well, time taken was 2 hrs editing and the export of 900 or so meg a bytes with all these transitions and slowed down video added colouring and text came to a tiny 71 seconds !

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 2:13 pm 
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Nice work (in every sense). You are bound to settle on preferred effects for consistency and faster editing but on the other hand the variety makes a longish video (for a non participant viewer) more interesting.

How are you casting to TV?

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PostPosted: Wed Aug 30, 2017 3:55 pm 
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Hello Mark,

thank you for the kind comments.

I have just completed a rough edit of key board short cuts and how to cast Luma Fusion to a TV, which is what I thought would be a good idea for a bigger screen experiement.

It's bean bag and lay back and edit in the next video after the one I am up loading and see how it actually works for real.


Once the video has uploaded I will share here so you can see what the first experience is like.

Regards Rob Chisholm


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PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2017 8:25 am 
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If anyone wishies to see more videos do ask I am more than happy to share the experiences as progress with the program Luma Fusion.

Regards Rob



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Well I've enjoyed everything I've seen so far Rob - so let's have some more

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PostPosted: Thu Aug 31, 2017 9:15 am 
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Thank you for the feed back.

I will put my tuition video's ideas into a more structured level ABC, from noice to advance.

For now if anyone has areas that they would like covered be it something simple or cannot find a solution, method to work around, let me know please.

Example on one of my YouTube videos a lady asked about TEXT did I do this with LF.

Answer was yes, the method was more find a way to resolve what I had in my mind, so rather than approach the idea head on, I experiment and actually found other ways to animate the text.

To give you an idea it would be on par with Final Cut.

It is worth pointing out that the time line with key frames is probably not used as much as it could be, in here you can apply many ideas and expesressions.

Supported multi time line layers like you have in say After Effects would bring in a whole new working enviroment of key frames and making your own effects is by far more fun and imaginative way to go.

Regards Rob Chisholm


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