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Integrate Hollywood FX in Premiere 6.5

Integrate Hollywood FX in Premiere 6.5

Integrate Hollywood FX in Premiere 6.5

(OP)

Hi to all,

I tried to integrate Hollywood FX 5.1 to be used inside Premiere 6.5 for transitions and effects.

I installed it inside Pluggins direcotory of Premiere but still no success. Under transitions tab I can not see any third party transitions.
I have tried the same history with an older version of Hollywood FX and normally it appered at transitions tab under third part transitions.

Any help please?

Thank you

RE: Integrate Hollywood FX in Premiere 6.5

(OP)
Hi to all!

Any idea?
Thank you

RE: Integrate Hollywood FX in Premiere 6.5

Have you tried using the Search facility (binocular icon at bottom of effects window)?  On my old DV500 system, HFX 4.6 comes up inside the Pinnacle folder, but I haven't put HFX 5 on so can't help directly.

However, searching using Google with keywords "hollywood effects 5.1" "premiere 6.5" generated the following useful hit that should solve your problem:

http://www.photography-forums.com/t54447-hollywood-fx-v51-into-adobe-premiere-65.html

RE: Integrate Hollywood FX in Premiere 6.5

(OP)
Thanks Akribie for your information.

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