DARA’S GUIDE: How to "FADE" Characters

Do you have a lot of characters and/or overlays in the scene?

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I have 2 characters and 5 overlays, Episode keep ruining everything… What is the limit?

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It wasn’t stated but I think that should be fine though

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I don’t know, and everytime I use fading in overlays it looks bright at the beginning… So stupid

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I’m having the bright issue too, help, this is what it looks like when fading

then looks fine after the fade

help please :blush:

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This might help: HOW TO: Deal with the Overlay Brightness Issue :yay:

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Oh MY Goodness, you just saved my story, girl! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Let me know if I can do anything for you!

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Bump :two_hearts:

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I was wondering how could I attempt this if I only wanted half the character persay?

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Here you can convert your overlays

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Bump :sparkling_heart:

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Bump!

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Bump!

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This is EXACTLY what I was looking for!!! Thank you soooo much!!! You ROCK!!! @PastelTales sent me here!!! So now I do not have to make an unnecessary post about this topic !!! Whoop Whoop!!! :smiling_face_with_three_hearts: :blob_hearts:

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I was successfully able to fade my characters in and out without any complication!!! This directing workover trick has completely changed the dynamics of how my story is developing!!! Thank you so much for sharing this technique !!! :hugs: :smiling_face_with_three_hearts:

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Is it possible to fade them back into the screen?

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@Dara.Amarie Do you have to change the size of the overlay in order for it to work?

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Nevermind I figure out

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So if you want your character as fade there have to overlay right?