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Vivia Activation Code is an editing program that has a very simple interface (UI) and a very simple command set. It is extremely easy to use; one only needs to edit the duration of clips and apply transitions and effects. The UI is extremely easy to follow and the program is rather intuitive. One can choose among a number of presets that come with the software or one can define his/her own parameter values. The parameters of the default settings are described in the Help section of the program. There is a real-time preview available; a clip can either be viewed directly in the program or to a new movie file. The next section describes how to create video clips in "Vivia Serial Key". Project files are built in the "Project" tab and the next section describes how to edit these files. Creating Video Clips: Clips must be created in one of the project files. To do this, drag the clip from the movie collection into the project file. This creates a clip of the size of the clip and places it in the project file; by default this clip is not linked to a clip that precedes it in the project file. The next steps describe the process of linking clips to one another: ■ Change the value of the parameter "Linkup"? ■ The previous value can be maintained by "Save". ■ Change the value of the parameter "Linkend"? ■ The previous value can be maintained by "Save". ■ Double-click the clip that is linked to the clip that precedes it in the project file; the linked clips becomes linked to each other. This establishes a visual and acoustic link between the two clips. Applying Transitions and Effects: ■ Double-click the transition between the two clips. ■ Change the value of the parameter "Intervall"? ■ The previous value can be maintained by "Save". ■ Double-click the first clip in the project file. ■ Drag the clip between the second clip and the clips that precede it in the project file. ■ Change the value of the parameter "Penalty"? ■ The previous value can be maintained by "Save". ■ Double-click the clip that has been dragged between the clips. ■ Change the value of the parameter "Penalty"? ■ The previous value can be a5204a7ec7


* Think of Vivia as a digital video editor that allows easy editing of clips and transitions in real-time. Vivia is designed to be intuitive to use, and to allow very easy editing of clips and transitions (“cuts”) in real-time. In a “cut” editing mode, you can trim video, add transitions, remove a scene, or even change the video resolution. You can edit multiple clips (up to 5), and either merge them together (make them one clip), or cut them from one another (remove a clip from the timeline). Also, you can edit multiple pieces of video (a “group”), which are treated as a single clip. To merge the clips, simply drag them from the clip list to the timeline. They will be merged together automatically. You can choose to keep only one of them, to remove all of them, or to keep both. To remove a clip, just drag it off the timeline. To remove a scene, select it and drag it off the screen. You can drag a clip or a scene to another timeline. To enable real-time editing of video, you must have a GPU card. Fortunately, Vivia was designed to allow a fair amount of latency (delay) between when you press a button and when the effect actually appears in the edited video clip. The maximum latency supported for this version is 0.5 seconds. With multiple cameras recording, you need to enable “Multi-cam” editing. This provides support for uniting two or more video clips together to form one movie (remember that only a single video track per file is allowed). To enable this, select a group of clips and choose the option “Make one big movie”. (Note: by selecting more than one clip, you are making a single group, so you can have multiple groups in a project.) Remember, for video clips, you can’t mix PAL and NTSC content. It will have to be recorded in PAL. If you are capturing footage from other people, it’s possible that they may be using NTSC video clips. It’s best to ask them what camera and resolution they are using when capturing the footage. Vivia also comes with two example projects included, as well as an example of how to setup the program. In addition, the manual is quite good, and the forum (Link Below) is quite active. Link to manual:


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