This is so helpful for intros! Thank you Jem!
I’m proud of you, too #teamwork
And thanks, guys
Lmao wait I’m kinda confused… with the new set up how do you find the overlay? Like where the % is and everything…
Omg this is confusing, yeah I know just how would you figure it out? I’m trying to have leaves fall and it just making my life harder ughhh
Don’t worry, the new layout is pretty easy to figure out <3 If you click “Change Overlay” you’ll get to the overlay and see its coordinates down below. You can then move the overlay around as well as change its size (make it bigger or smaller). You can switch to other overlays that are present in the scene as well.
This is how it would look.
Would I use the thing at the bottom copy and paste it to my script? Then have the overlay somewhere else, where then it’ll be moved
Down? I’m still confused lmao
The screenshot I took is from the app. You can type up what it says below in your script or copy those coordinates into your script if you’re on the web previewer (you’ll most likely find the copy button down below). Did you read over the guide above carefully? I aim to make things as simplified as possible. If you’re having, for example, let’s say just 1 overlay come down, place it on screen where you’d like for it to be. Then write those coordinates down so you have them saved. Then you’d move the overlay up, offscreen and write those new coordinates down so you have them saved as well. When you do all this, you can use the saved numbers you have and type up the positioning of the overlays accordingly so your scene will go smoothly. Finally, you can then test it.
Ooh? What’s the font name and where can I get it?
If you meant the font for “EpyXMagic” it was called Vladimir Script in MS PowerPoint.
If you search on it multiple font sites will show up where you can download it.
I love looking at the gifs, so majestic
Thanks for this tutorial @JemU776 It’s very helpful!
She’s exaggerating again
I couldn’t have done it without you, ilysm it hurts
BUMP, I srsly love looking at the gifs, seeing coding in action is just soooooo cool
You’re funny! Now I know how to keep you entertained You should do more gifs! Good job Jem!
If you’re, let’s say in zone 1, be aware when you’re placing your overlay offscreen right as it can give you “zone 2” instead (so the second zone instead of the first).