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Roll your own Movie Maker 2 Transitions and Effects

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We pee deep. Ew!
Sep 24, 2002
I was trying to figure out how to make a "drop-frame" effect (i.e. make the motion occur in abrupt jumps, like a surveillance tape). The goal was to make action in one of my fils to synch up with the beat of the music.

At any rate, the search took me here:

Using the instructions, I managed to make the filter that I wanted. More importantly, the article shows that it is possible to make a lot of custom filters that could be useful for underwater filming (e.g. color correction filters etc.). It takes a little bit of skill with XML, but it's not rocket science.

If anyone is interested, I can post the drop-frame example. Also, if anyone creates some cool effects or transitions, i'd be interested in seeing them.
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