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proDAD Heroglyph V4 LE Titling and Motion Graphics Software (Download)
Heroglyph V4 LE Titling and Motion Graphics Software (Download)
B&H # PRHEROGLV4LE
MFR # HEROGLYPH V4 LE
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Heroglyph V4 LE Titling and Motion Graphics Software from proDAD is a video editing plug-in that provides templates designed to help you create titles, highlight travel routes, assemble "video wall" effects that combine multiple moving images, animate handscript, produce newscaster-style lower thirds, and more. With over 500 templates, there are themes aimed at video projects of nearly every kind, including travelogue, news, wedding, documentary, and corporate.
This license is for the downloadable version. It plugs in to a number of video editing programs, including Adobe Premiere and After Effects, Avid Studio and Media Composer, Pinnacle Studio, Sony Vegas and Movie Studio, and others. It supports both 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows XP, Vista, and 7.
Over 500 Templates
Simply drop your own text and images into the correct position and choose one of the pre-set animations
Animated Travel Route
Progressively highlights a route on a map to indicate the portion of the journey traveled so far or to show directions from point A to point B. Additional animated elements can be added to give extra emphasis to key pints on the route
Automatic Video Wall
Combines multiple video sequences in a tile arrangement with various in and out transitions, such as a "scattering" effect. Titles and backgrounds can be added to accompany the video
Add animated lower-thirds similar to what you see in news casts, or show a scrolling highlights feed at the bottom of the screen
Give your titles the appearance of cursive script being hand-written over the image
Create slide shows comprised of video clips that cycle past the viewer