Can somebody help me?


#1

What’s this?? Preview can’t play and shows me these codes I do not understand. What shall I do with this??


#2

Is there an error in your writing of some sort?


#3


#4

it has a pending background approval but that’s it


#5

That might be the problem there, what does the full error say?


#6

actually the background with the error is playing


#7

the next background is the one that’s not playing


#8

You need to restart the page to remove the error, it usually appears when you have some sort of error but if you restart and preview it then I think that should do it :grin:


#9

okay i’m gonna try logging out then i’ll log in again


#10

aww it’s not working


#11

i’ve done some research, and this error pops up when there’s a teeny tiny error, hidden in your script (that usually doesn’t show up in the error bar)
would you mind sending a screenshot of the end of your script?


#12

image


#13

wait, i think ive found something


#14

That’s it :frowning:


#15

to create the overlays, you have to do this:
@overlay FF CHAPTER1 create
@overlay FF CHAPTER1 scales to 1 1
@overlay FF CHAPTER1 shifts to 0 0
@overlay FF CHAPTER1 opacity 1

you forgot to put in scale and shifting. you have to do this for every overlay


#16

I also tried placing that script in other episode and other places but it still show the error.


#17

Can you show me the scene where the backgroung “INT. BOKEH1” is?


#18

&overlay FF FEATHER create
&overlay FF FEATHER scales to 1 1
&overlay FF FEATHER shifts to 0 0
&overlay FF FEATHER opacity 1
&overlay FF TITLE create
&overlay FF TITLE scales to 1 1
&overlay FF TITLE shifts to 0 0
&overlay FF TITLE opacity 1

@transition fade in white in 2
@pause for 2
@overlay FF TITLE opacity 0 in 2

&overlay FF CHAPTER1 create
&overlay FF CHAPTER1 scales to 1 1
&overlay FF CHAPTER1 shifts to 0 0
&overlay FF CHAPTER1 opacity 1 in 2

@pause for 1.5
@transition fade out white in 2

delete from line 23 to line 37 and try pasting this


#19

I think I noticed something wrong with the preview.


^^This image shows the preview. The outfit color is not matching with the one below.


^^This is the actual preview in The Outfits.


#20

i think i’ve found the problem.
when using the “@overlay create” command, you have to specify “scales to” , “shifts to” AND opacity right away.