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Entries for April 2014


proDAD plugin 32 or 64 bits

Should I install proDAD plugins as 32 or 64 bits? 



Frequent question, that Le Papy clarified for us by creating a proDAD FAQ that should help you to understand what to do. Indeed, if the question  ....






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BluffTitler 11.1 : particules et morph ​BluffTitler 11.1 is there: what's new ?



We often discuss BluffTitler these recent days (*) ... Yes, it's a software that I appreciate more and more, quite simple, very efficient, at an affordable price, which integrates very well with Pinnacle Studio, and finally which takes advantage of graphics cards and their GPU... In short, if you have already bought the product and you have acquired version 11, you can upgrade to ....



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ATI vs NVIDIA for Pinnacle Studio, BluffTitler or proDAD ATI vs NVIDIA for Pinnacle Studio, BluffTitler or proDAD ?




With the last Pinnacle Studio 17.3 patch, I have a severe problem, let's called it a bug or showstopper, since I am no longer able to use Pinnacle Studio 17.3 which is constantly crashing (I returned back to version 17.2).


So I wanted to test if there exist any difference between NVIDIA and ATI for video processing...

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News PS for idevices

A great news from Luma Touch team

The Luma Touch team has announced the release of version 5.0 of Pinnacle Studio for iPad (link iTunes Store ). We get a ton of bug fixes but some new features and improvements too ...

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Convert your analog VHS movie

You want to understand how to acquire analog video? 

It's really quite simple, follow the guide ... Chip819 dissected the import video settings for you with the Dazzle and Pinnacle Studio. We recently discovered this tool with saby but today let's go a step further ....




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Download Pinnacle Studio 17 patch

These last weeks, Pinnacle released several patch

Good news ! But what if the patch is even worst than the previous one ? ....



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Editing keyframes Time Machine transition Over time, some older transitions become of little value if they are not easily customizable. This is the case with the Time Machine transition included in HFX Volume 2 (52-Anniversaries and Seasons). This transition displays a countdown from 2002 to 1957. But who needs this transition today?
A user wanted to change it to display a countdown from 2014 to 1963 and I was called to the rescue. You should be aware that the operation is not real easy and without the help of a tutorial, this change is not easily made by all users. But today, we are publishing a very detailed tutorial on how to modify the display of the date range...

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