new with this forum and a big "Hi" to all.
I own Scenarist BD (an used old version 6, buyed from a closed photo/video studio) and some other video softwares .
Just approaching the fantastic 3D world.
No problem at all except with menus.
I have a stereoscopic background video and I'm trying to give depth to the buttons (created with Scenarist designer).
The problem is I can't select "edit Offset Sequence" menu (it is not highlighted). So I can't set the depth.
Graphics are imported as a 2D stuff because I have read that graphics and subtitles have to be imported in 2d.
Any tip to solve this enigma?
Thanks in advance
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If you really 'own' a Scenarist version there will be enough topics on their own forum etc. to solve this issue.
but where is this address?
I've written in this forum because this is the first on google research and found no scenarist forum but the main site where they just sell.
I do not understand your "nah!!!" and your "'own'": my friend: web is not attended by thieves only.
I have payed this used software 2000 €. Do you wanna know the serial? I do not tell it to you!!!!!!!!!
Anyway just written to firstname.lastname@example.org and wait for reply.
Thanks for this very usefull forum
Last edited by Editfan; 8th Jun 2019 at 10:22.
Apologies if I linked you to all the other scenarist 'owners' who have asked for assistance here.
The simple case is that Scenarist is a pro software that comes with a price to match - in fact 2000 euro appears to be too cheap ( and is only available via it's own website) - for people who actually know how to use it.
There may be people on here that have used it. But only through their work and not actually acquired it from a personal viewpoint.
@Editfan: If you have a valid license for Scenarist then you should have access to professional support services, manuals, and tutorials. You should take advantage of those benefits rather than look for help here or elsewhere online.
This forum is mostly populated by hobbyists who only have experience with free or consumer/prosumer authoring software. VideoHelp has only a few professional members who could have or do have experience with Scenarist software. Also, given the lack of free tutorials for Scenarist available online. perhaps there are NDAs (nondisclosure agreements) attached to the license or the software's documentation?Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
Yes, I have a valid license and I am not a real pro.
As I've written, I bought this sw from a no more active studio (crisis is felt here also)
I'd surely had not bought a brand new so expensive software.
Just wait for scenarist reply email.........that's all.
I got manual and tutorials but no one (expecially the manual) is exhaustive with this case.
Probably what I'm asking for, is not a common utility and I know 3D is slowly "dying".
But I like it: i use monthly releases from adobe and own (not "own") other REGULAR sws as Quicks3D from Inv3 (Chris, the owner is very kind) and Surcode from Minnetonka.
I believed there was some guru in this forum but I understand that 3D has a bit complicated managing.
I tried some other forums with same results but no one has welcome me as a pirate!!!!
Sorry for the outburst.
Have a wonderful day
Ok. But good luck with that reply.
The licence may be valid but I would have thought that support is restricted to the original owner.
Again, if I suggested you were a pirate then I apologise. But I have read these forums for a long time and there have many a post here about using this software and, I guess, not, if any, of these actually owned it.
Nothing with you DB83 (also if I prefer talking with real names and not with nick ones). So, what I have to say? Fingers crossed with reply but, anyway, I have nothing to be afraid of.......
I've done a bunch of 3D and I've done a bunch of Scenarist, but I've never had access to Scenarist3D except a cracked version, and I'm not about to mess with that. Not worth it.
So, though I'd like to help, know 3D as well as anyone here, and understand Scenarist, I don't know the actual steps involved in setting that up properly.
@Editfan I sure hope Scenarist technical support can help you. The only VideoHelp member who I knew for certain had practical experience with Scenarist has now replied to say that he doesn't know the answer to your question.Ignore list: hello_hello, tried, TechLord
Thanks to all. I’m waiting for Scenarist reply and let you know the answer so, if any of you is still working with this “prehistorical” 3D technic, then I will increase his knowhow.......