It worked! Thank you!
Alright, I have another problem. I have to put my cc template at the end if they have read the episode already so that they do not lose their look. The problem I’m having is when I put the second cc in, it keeps repeating the scenes that follow the first cc. I placed a number at the end of the second one to mark that its another one but it didn’t fix the problem. I ran into this issue before but I can’t remember how I fixed it.
That’s a pain! I would take the CC out of this episode and put it in the beginning of the next one. If you need to keep it in this episode… Check carefully you haven’t used the same labels or goto’s in the 2nd CC.
Thank you, I will try that later today after work. Yeah, it really is a pain when it happens. I wish the web portal wasn’t so sensitive.
I’ve been wondering how to those shots where the camera goes from the bottom to the top.
Here’s a guide on that method:
how do you switch the text bubble as a character narrating thought and not dialogue or a thought bubble
It worked! Thank you!
thank you so much well appreciated and one more question do you have any suggestions on websites or apps to do covers
No, I just use a bunch of overlays and filters and then screenshot it on my iPhone and use the iPhone’s editing software to add the text.
ok thanks again
apes or somebody can help me?
how to cut zone from 1 to 3 BUT with extra cast in every camera move to another zone AND how to camera move to another zone is very smooth not rough
Just put characters before using & not @
So for example:
&CHARACTER1 stands screen center in zone 1
&CHARACTER2 stands screen left in zone 1
&CHARACTER3 stands screen right in zone 2
&CHARACTER4 stands screen center in zone 3
@pan to zone 3
why i’m so forgetful ?!
i wrote @CUT not @PAN
that’s why not working:rofl:
ty so much apes:wink:
okay, I don’t know if this makes sense, but is there a way to put more than one panel in so you can have more people in one frame?? I know it’s weird but idk tbh pls help me
Technically you can but it won’t look good, you could zoom out the background to show more zones but it will be black around it.
You can fit a lot of characters in one zone, just use Spot Directing you can also place them in 3-4 zones and just an to show that the scene is busy