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Discussion on Plasma Lower Third

Discussion on Plasma Lower Third

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Good One Mate !

Nice work mate. When i export it and drag it into final cut pro, it still have the black background. I tried using lossless alpha option and RGB +Alpha but no difference at all. Can you instruct me to get rid of the black background?

Hello! This can be done in three stages. 1. Hide layer “LensFlare” in the composition “Final Render 1920X1080” and Render project. 2. Hide all layers in the composition “Final Render 1920X1080” except “LensFlare” and render project. 3. Drag into final cut pro these two render. Overlay one layer to another using the composite mode “Screen” or “Add”

Also, you can opt out of the effect of “LensFlare” doing the first stage only.

Sorry for my English

P.S. If you need more detailed instructions please contact me via email.

Are there any possibilities that I can extend the length? If possible, is that easy?

You can not change the length of the project without modification.

Hi VslavB, Nice work…I hve purchased your plasma lower third to use in my project work …I wanna use in the adobe premiere pro editin software…i hve rendered the lower third to use …i got the black as background …...can u help …how to add plasma in my video…thank you ..

Seinhtun email, seintechsystem@gmail.com

any tips on being able to modify this for vertical displays?

Provide details by email. Regards Vyacheslav

Is it possible to upgrade this lwr3 to CS6 it looks different. for some unknown reason after upgrading I lost the text color ramp.

Hey, do not prompt how to maintain that there was a black background and is transparent

Hello! This can be done in three stages.
1. Hide layer “LensFlare” in the composition “Final Render 1920X1080” and Render project.
2. Hide all layers in the composition “Final Render 1920X1080” except “LensFlare” and render project.
3. Drag into NLE software these two render. Overlay one layer to another using the blend mode “Screen” or “Add”.

Also, you can opt out of the effect of “LensFlare” doing the first stage only.

Good ideas!

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