Gepetto wrote:You could do that by creating a white image, importing it, and then applying the speed up effect several times until it lasts little enough. Then just put it between two clips at the desired time. Incidentally, that should work with any color flash of your choice.
Gepetto wrote:AFAIK, wmm doesn't let you alter the duration of a still. That's why I said "use the acceleration". Then again, I've only ever used the first build of WMM 2, so maybe other versions can do that.
keskin_snape's suggestion seems better than mine, though.
Kariudo wrote:I feel sorry for them, using that p.o.s. excuse for a program
but to their credit...I'm suprised that they can make WMM a bit more like other programs (at least with the effects)
Pretty much the way I did it as well. If the flash is not fast enough, make the clip a little shorter until you have just the right flash. Just be careful not to everdo it, nobody likes going blind.*Storm_Rose* wrote:WMM was my first program, and I used it for 5 months, so I think I’ve pretty much learned all the tricks. ^_^
Anywho, what I use to do for flash effect was to cut the clips into tiny bits and use the fade in from white/black effect (whichever one suits you).
Hope that helps. ^^
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