One thing I do in 1.3.26 that I can't do in 2.02 is to put a copy of the same element exactly on top of the element. In 2.02 when you make a copy it offsets it. The video in the attached folder was created using 1.3.26. I was able to take the original logo and make it into 3 elements and put those elements exactly on top of each other to achieve the desired effect. I use this effect for all my clients that provides me their logo.
Inside the attached folder are:
1. The rendered video (also see below)
2. Three SVG files. Each SVG file contains part of the logo
3. Exported 1.3.26 Scribe
In 1.3.26 I would add 1.svg, to Video Scribe and set camera. Make an exact copy of 1.svg and replace it with 2.svg. Make an exact copy of 2.svg and replace it with 3.svg. When done, I have on the time line 1.svg, 2.svg and 3.svg exactly on top of each other because when you copy using 1.3.26 it copies the element exactly on top of the element.
When I try to do the same thing with 2.02 I can't because when you copy it will offset the copy. The copy needs to be exactly on top of the element to achieve the effect.
Is there a way in 2.02 to do the same thing I can do in 1.3.26????
SEE attached folder for the Video, 3 svg files and exported 1.3.26 scribe.
p.s. This is a biggie for me because the effect makes me money :)
You can ad an image and set the camera position on it before you move it. If you would like to add the image again, you can select that camera position and add the next image.
Please see the attached example.
In the attached folder in my first message above I provided 3 SVG images.
This has been the reason why we haven't upgraded to VS 2. I'm still using VS 1.3.31 because it allows me to paste a copy in exactly the same place.
This method isn't a substitute for copying and pasting an previously imported image in VS. A lot of times I import an image and work with it in VS including changing the camera position and zoom level. Then I want to copy and paste it in exactly the same place. VS 2 still doesn't let you do this, correct?
The first copy will be pasted with the offset but if you paste again without copying, the third copy will be directly on top of the second copy and will not be offset. You can then select the second and third copies and move them slightly to compensate for the offset. I have attached a video to help illustrate this as my written description may not be that clear.