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Change from one scene to the next [Moved]

Posted By brian_20 4 Years Ago
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I just purchased crazytalk 2 standard, and I have multi scenes (projects), and how to I bring them together for one story. I read  somewhere you need to export as videos and import.... I'm still stuck. Can someone give me step by step, or at least give a link to the correct tutorials on how to do this.

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1. Export each project as video.
2. Import videos into external 3rd party editor or composition application. (Premiere, AfterEffects, Sony Vegas, etc...)
3. The rest of the steps depends on which video editing program you use.
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thanks... sorry for the post in wrong section, very new to forum. I thought I posted in correct location.
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Please, see CTA2: Multi Scene Tutorial
https://youtu.be/_3VNURoNghU




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