In which section would you like to change it?
The space bit so it works when changing the scenery. Please, can you help me?
Sure. So, that last bit where you inserted the new scene, you need a character and some dialogue afterwards, otherwise it will stay in the other scene.
No problem! Tell me if it works.
Ok I will try. Can I also ask you for help when I have problem, because I’m a beginner.
Of course! If you need help, I have a forum that you can ask on.
Please, can you do a template for a bad girl first day entrance at school? If it’s too much hassle you don’t need to.
Hey guys I am writing a story and I am using Limelight Spotlight and I can’t figure out how to get my characters to come in correctly. Do I need to use Spot Directing or something? URGENT!
Here’s a guide on Spotlight:
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So… Ive been trying to make a scene where basically a guy is taking a picture of his friend and Im using a camera overlay that takes up most of the background and then the character is supposed to stand behind it. However, when I layer the character to for example at layer 1 and the camera overlay to layer 2 or 3 the character would walk in the background and appear behind the camera and then when the characters stops walking it appears in front of the overlay. Does anyone know how I could fix this?
Can you take a screen shot of the problem in you’re script?
Actually I got it to work, nevermind:slightly_smiling_face:
Does anyone know where I can get the tape overlay like this picture and does anyone know how she made her character like this or what behavior it is?
It’s either a background or the whole character is a overlay, the tape, chair, and her action is a overlay.
How do you layer your characters? I know you can do things like “right” or “upscreen right”, and in that scenario the characters are layered properly. But, when you’re doing spot directing, sometimes characters overlay each other in weird ways.
Does anyone know how to fix this?