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Posts: 20
Registered: 20.11.2012
23.11.12 17:28:26
Wanted to share something here and it isn't a call for help or a problem report. Rather these are 15 new overlay masks - more plain in a way than the artistic ones which are included, possibly more useful in day to day editing. This is what they look like (they work best with higher-res videos):

And when adding an overlay:

To get these to show up in the editor just unpack the attached ZIP file in the C:\Program Files (x86)\AVS4YOU\AVSVideoEditor\Data\Overlay\Mask directory. There are 13 masks there to begin with and these will add to it.

There are only images in that archive, nothing sneaky. I'm doing this because I just love the editor. Wish it had less bugs, though.

Also I built a simple editor for these masks which can generate dozens rather easily:

Perhaps the developers would like to include some extra masks in the next release?
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Posts: 334
Registered: 10.04.2012
27.11.12 05:46:05
To: Somebody

We would like to thank you for this helpful information and extra overlay masks. We are sure they will be useful for other AVS4YOU users.
We have passed your suggestion of including this masks into the next release to our development team.
Posts: 1
Registered: 03.03.2013
03.03.13 02:05:54
What's the link to your MASK editor, I'd like to make my own masks.
Posts: 2364
Registered: 03.07.2008
04.03.13 04:58:06
To: Kyo_Kusanagi99

Dear user,

You can use masks for video (image) overlay in AVS Video Editor:
place the overlay on the timeline - double click on it to open the Edit overlay window - choose Attributes - Mask tab - see the screenshot attached.

Please let me know if I can be of any further assistance to you.

Kind regards
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Registered: 16.07.2010
17.04.13 13:50:15
To Somebody

I'm not sure whether this message will get through but I am very interestd in your Overlay Masks. I probably need spoon-feeding. I don't seem to be able to edit the masks. Could you explain one click at a time. I would appreciate your help.

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