@InScapeDigital I wonder if Roem's saber burn is similar to Rody's. I'll have to check it out.
@Triem23 Roem said his preset is a modified version of Rody's tutorial.
Nice! It's a great tutorial!
Lightsaber Burn , epic thanks for this
That's so cool!
@InScapeDigital Hah! I was just about to suggest Adibal's stuff. Dod you actually get a hold of him? He did two lower third packs and I have both of them. Of course you just posted the news one.
@Triem23 No, he hasn't been active in about a month so I got it from Aladdin's link. If you could send me the other one, I'd appreciate it!
Sure. Probably not until Sunday, but I shall. His lower thirds are masterpieces.
Here are 3 presets from Luke Montgomery:
There are getting so many now that I don't want to just download them to see what they do. You said you'd look at ways of displaying them more clearly if the site got busy. Can your current site software - non Pro - deal with animated GIFs? Because a 4-5 frame GIF cycling over a few seconds (0.5 seconds per frame) would be enough to show what they look like. Before/After for some, a few different frames for those that animate etc.?( BTW, in your post on Aug 20th, the description is a copy of one from the 17th. )
@Palacono You're right, I was looking at the page and it is getting a bit big. Especially with the new additions from the preset contest coming soon, it'll be a lot of scrolling. I think over the next week I'll work on implementing the Pro version with pagination and categories, as well as test out GIFs.
Whoops, I fixed that description. Thanks for letting me know.
Animation thumbnails is definitely the next step, say user submits 5 images which best displays their work. But whether or not that will help with traffic I don't know, I'm not the entrepreneur here.
@CNK I'm looking into animated thumbnails, it would definitely be useful.
@InScapeDigital - Love the gallery of school project posters! Been meaning to say so before today. ;^) The marketplace looks to be humming along greatly! Kudos on all the hard work put into it!
Thanks, @StormyKnight! Much appreciated.
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