Hey I am the first to use this new topic. I don't know if anyone has downloaded the free Motion Element Diamond from the DJ site, but if someone has and it works for them, please tell me what I am doing wrong.
I downloaded it and when I try to drag it into PSP it just won't load. Do I have to do something with it in Juicer? It comes as a QT file. Thanks for any helping hands!!!!
http://www.photodex.com/sharing/viewsho ... 1775&alb=0
PM if your interested in how I extracted the Alpha channel using Premiere.
thanks for your reply. The problem is that you don't have the option to separate the alpha channel because it is already an MDE file. I am afraid I don't have Premiere Elements so will have to try and find some other way to separate the channels.
thanks for your suggestion, but as I mentioned to Jan I don't have Premiere. I have Photoshop CS, but I don't think I can do it there and my knowledge of Photoshop is. . . . . "if I can't click a mouse and have it work, I don't do it". Maybe when I retire I will have time to try and get a handle on Photoshop. By the way, really cool demo.
You can download the free Juicer 3 software on Digital Juice's website. This is different from Adobe Premiere.
The post Jan just listed called: Mark's Lower Third Recipe should apply.
I'm pretty sure you can do MDEs this way without using a video editor. In fact, I think I did one last night this way but my memory's fading.
I already have Juicer, but my problem is I don't know how to use it to separate the channels when it is already in the .mov format (which is how is comes when dowloaded). If you understand how, please let me know I would love to be able to use this diamond in my project. Thanks again.
That is what I thought. I couldn't see any way that I could add the downoloaded file to the Juicer to re-render (if there is such a word). I would appreciate any help that you can give me. Thanks again. It is so great to be able to get help from all these GREAT folks on this forum. When time is important it sure saves a lot of it if you have some help. You can e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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