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I want to create a video that runs when the DVD is inserted. I see how to do that. I'd like to do something special: I'd like to frame videos in geometric shapes (like triangles or circles). I'd like to have two or three of these "framed" videos simultaneously run in my intro. How can I use geometric shapes to frame videos?
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03 Aug 2014 02:39 #1

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Videos Within Shapes

I have a lot on my plate at the moment, so I won't be making a tutorial about this soon.
What I can do for you, is point you in the direction of some different tutorials.
Sony has some archived Webinars that show how to use DVD Architect.
I remember one of them showed how to create Custom Buttons - it may help you out.

It is either one of these two.
Both are worth watching.
You can actually download and Save these if you like.

Advanced DVD and Blu-ray menu design

Creating DVDs and Blu-ray discs with Vegas Pro and DVD Architect Pro
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03 Aug 2014 16:03 #2

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Replied by UJ80s on topic Videos Within Shapes

Thanks, I can use this information, too.
06 Aug 2014 09:50 #3

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Replied by frankmlucas on topic Videos Within Shapes

Try ffDiaporama (ffdiaporama.tuxfamily.org/). Really good but mostly in French. If you go to the site's Help page, there are two videos. One shows how to incorporate video into shapes. You can render your project into an avi or mp4, then open it in a Movie Studio project. Hope this helps.
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08 Feb 2015 06:30 #4

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Replied by MrGrunthunter on topic Videos Within Shapes

I recently discovered a very reasonably priced ($30 or $60)program called BluffTitler that will do what you want to do and a WHOLE LOT MORE !
The website is: www.outerspace-software.com/blufftitler.html
View what they have posted in their GALLERY. You will be AMAZED at what this program can do. You can even download a demo to play with and even find ready made templates where all you have to do it change the text.

I want to create a video that runs when the DVD is inserted. I see how to do that. I'd like to do something special: I'd like to frame videos in geometric shapes (like triangles or circles). I'd like to have two or three of these "framed" videos simultaneously run in my intro. How can I use geometric shapes to frame videos?

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Replied by frankmlucas on topic Videos Within Shapes

Nice titling program. Reasonably priced. Doesn't put video in geometric shapes. Do you have any financial interest in this program?
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09 Feb 2015 04:17 #6

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Replied by MrGrunthunter on topic Videos Within Shapes

None what so ever. Just purchased it about 3 weeks ago. I see a lot of their other users are doing it somehow though. Just trying to help. Thought you might be interested is all.
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