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particleIllusion Logo Hold Technique

particleIllusion Logo Hold Technique
A CreativeCOW particle Illusion Video Tutorial


CreativeCOW presents particleIllusion Logo Hold Technique--Video Training by Aharon Rabinowitz

Aharon Rabinowitz Aharon Rabinowitz
New York, USA

©2006 Aharon Rabinowitz and Creativecow.net. All rights reserved.

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In this video tutorial, Creative Cow Leader Aharon Rabinowitz answers the common question: "How do I make my logo stay up longer in particleIllusion?" If you've ever had trouble making you're logo stay on screen when using a pIllusion emitter preset, this will show you how to do that in just a few simple steps.



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Comments

That was great to watch. I
by Christopher Govender
That was great to watch. I have pinnacle studio 14. I am learning how to use it. Will it be possible to hold my logo using the particle illusion plug-in that comes with studio 14?


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