Can someone please help me with fading overlays?


#1

I need help on fading in & out, in & out in a loop on a overlay, how would I write that in a scene? (Basically the opacity)


#2

What you need to do is put:
@overlay X opacity 0.5 in # THEN overlay X opacity 1 in # loop # times (or loop INFINITE times)


#3

Yay, thank you!


#4

No problem!


#5

Can you please help me with one huge problem that I have been trying to see what to do but can’t seem to know what it is… the zooming & speechbubbles on the first chapter is a bit off (but only the first half) & once I get into chapter two the zooms are too close that I can’t see my character how can i fix this?


#6

Hmmm have you tried using @zoom reset?
And to reset speech bubbles you use @speechbubble reset


#7

I currently have it like this: like 368 on down.
Though on that specific scene I have it zoomed in, & I wanted it to end like that. Right now it zooms out but it messes with the overlay the way it is :confused: since it’s upclose


#8

Hmmm the zooming should not affect the overlay. Are you saying that the zooming is not on the overlay?


#9

Yes, that’s what I meant! Not necessarily affecting the oveylay but if I were to put zoom reset it wouldn’t focus on the overlay


#10

What you have to do is manually zoom onto where you want it too


#11

Alright did it! Do you happen to know about overlays, i’m wanting to add in several overlays but I can’t add in this second overlay


#12

Can you send me a picture of the actual episode?