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Jeff
Hi Kyle,

I like your lessons here at GMC, you're doing a great job. I am wondering how you made the lessons for programming FL loops? It's cool how you are able to zoom around and pan back and forth on your video while you are explaining different things.

thanks! smile.gif
Kyle Logue
QUOTE (jeff @ Feb 12 2008, 01:49 PM) *
Hi Kyle,

I like your lessons here at GMC, you're doing a great job. I am wondering how you made the lessons for programming FL loops? It's cool how you are able to zoom around and pan back and forth on your video while you are explaining different things.

thanks! smile.gif


Thanks for the compliment! I actually used 2 programs. I used Camstasia to record the screen for the initial video. Then I imported the video in Adobe Premiere and did all the pan and zooming manually with the effect controls.
Juan M. Valero
that's really interesting I'd like to record some similar lesson with my experience with this program or with others wink.gif
Kyle Logue
QUOTE (Juan M. Valero @ Feb 13 2008, 01:15 AM) *
that's really interesting I'd like to record some similar lesson with my experience with this program or with others wink.gif

go for it!
Juan M. Valero
thanks Kyle !!! first I try to study those program or something similar (I think my brother can helps me in this field), so then I will upload videos with my recording lesson biggrin.gif
Kyle Logue
QUOTE (Juan M. Valero @ Feb 13 2008, 01:30 AM) *
thanks Kyle !!! first I try to study those program or something similar (I think my brother can helps me in this field), so then I will upload videos with my recording lesson biggrin.gif

I'm eager to learn from what you know!
Jeff
Thanks Kyle. I'll check out that software. It seems that a lot of people use Adobe premiere. I've never heard of Camstasia. Keep up the great lessons. I play drums as well as guitar so I enjoy your work.
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