In this podcast, Jesse Toula shows the advantages to using Pseudo Effects, will walk through creating one from scratch in an .XML file, and assist you in making your own presets more organized and professional looking.
"Do you make your own presets? Are you looking for a way to make them more organized and professional looking? Well Pseudo Effects are the answer. Pseudo Effects, sometimes called 'custom effect controls' and 'custom expression controls' allow you to put all of your controls into a single 'effect'. You can set your own defaults and value ranges so that users can use the reset button to return to the defaults you chose. There are many more advantages to using Pseudo Effects, and this tutorial will go over all of them as I walk you through creating one from scratch. The creation of these controls is done in an .XML file, so for those of you how do not feel comfortable writing your own code, or just want to speed up the process, I also end the tutorial by showing you a way of creating all of the XML without doing any programming by hand. So lets get started creating a Pseudo Effect!" says Jesse Toula for Creative COW.
Also check out the Pseudo Effect Creator
, which is discussed in this tutorial.
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