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  • Re: Configuration Problem with Deko 1000?

    If any user wants to have clips on some graphics, and no clip on other graphics, you must use these rules when building all templates. Every graphic created should either Load a Clip or Clear a Clip. Attaching a clip to a graphic can be done in multiple ways: Using the Clip Editor, by double clicking on a clip when focus is set to the graphic in Program
    Posted to Avid Motion Graphics (Forum) by maryd on Tue, Jun 15 2010
  • Re: Deko 1000 Motion Problems with Linked Motion Not Executing Properly

    I will build a simple motion file and send it to you. There seem to be multiple problems with the motion you show, including that it is set to go from Program to Preview and that it will end in a pause. Have a look at the section on motions in your User Guide. If you or your colleagues had the training then also check the chapter in the Training Manual
    Posted to Avid Motion Graphics (Forum) by maryd on Wed, Jun 9 2010
  • Re: Rotating Text in 3D

    With apologies, the page numbers I sited in this email were not from the very latest User Guide. The latest User Guide can be found at: http://avid.force.com/pkb/LegacySearch?DocId=364231&Hilite = The sections on Axis Origin are found on pg 578, the section on Parent Motion are on pg 596. Sorry for the error, happy motioning
    Posted to Avid Motion Graphics (Forum) by maryd on Fri, Jun 4 2010
  • Re: Rotating Text in 3D

    You can rotate the Deko layers, but not the clip bgd. If the clip is created w/ the rotation already in it you can then rotate all the Deko layers to match. Try using a Parent or motion-in-motion (User Guide page 496) and the X/Y/Z origin controls (User Guide page 452) The Parent motion will cause all elements designated as children to rotate on a global
    Posted to Avid Motion Graphics (Forum) by maryd on Thu, May 27 2010
  • Re: Using the 'crawl' transition

    Sorry it has taken so long to get back to you. If you try using the Crawl Object rather than a Deko Object using the Crawl transition it may help you. Using the Crawl Object you can stop & resume the crawl, picking up at the exact spot that you stopped. Try playing with that and ping me directly if you need more assistance.
    Posted to Avid Motion Graphics (Forum) by maryd on Thu, Apr 29 2010
  • Re: Training for DEKO 3000

    Our training manager AJ Steffenberg is going to reply with training information. And assuming that this is TVNZ, and if you are in Auckland, please say hello to Jos & any of the gang from the Atlanta Olympics from me. Thanks, Mary
    Posted to Avid Motion Graphics (Forum) by maryd on Tue, Apr 27 2010
  • Re: Dekocast database extractor plug-in

    A setting of zero is used to constantly update. You are setting the interval between updates, with 10 waiting for 10 seconds, 1 waiting for 1 second, and 0 never waiting at all, or updating constantly. One way to accomplish this may be to reference an Excel database, then leave that database open on a networked computer. I believe that you can not read
    Posted to Avid Motion Graphics (Forum) by maryd on Tue, Apr 27 2010
  • Re: Deko 3000 and LeaderPlus

    I am not aware of any issue with Leader running on one channel of Deko and automation on the other. But you should check to be sure that the graphics running via automation on your Deko3000 are not set up to "normal" to the channel that you are using for your Leader graphics (set in the Comment field of the Save dialog box), and that your
    Posted to Avid Motion Graphics (Forum) by maryd on Tue, Apr 27 2010
  • Re: programming language

    Look in the Help menu, Deko Command Reference. There you will find the Command Lines, Command References, System Lines & System Variables. The simple User Guide section on Macros for beginners is also in Help, Deko User Guide, Streamlining your work with Macros.
    Posted to Avid Motion Graphics (Forum) by maryd on Thu, Apr 22 2010
  • Re: Clip not visable

    Both background and layer clips are part of the same plane, and the clip plane is normally set to be behind the CG plane, which is all Deko layers and any static background element. Though it is possible to vary that so that the clips are in front of the CG, it means that upcoming graphics with text on top of a clip will render with the clip background
    Posted to Avid Motion Graphics (Forum) by maryd on Wed, Apr 21 2010
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