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Old 11-13-2013, 07:09 PM
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Hello,



I try to find a way to reproduce the intro of the following video:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6GkoaK8K4es

I have no problem to have the flag coming from the left (Fly In). But I am unable to reproduce the blurry out of the flag.

Do you have any idea how to do it?

Thank you in advance.

NOTE: Cross posted here

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When you post in several forums it is good to say so. This is because someone could be working on your problem when you have a solution elsewhere.

You would need two flags to do this, one blurred. Fly in the blurred flag and then have it replaced by the sharp flag.

See here for fairly crude demo
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Hi John,

First, you are totally right about my cross post. It is the first time I was posting in this forum (and also in MS Office one), if my recollection is accurate. So, sorry for that mistake and it won't happened again (except if I put a note similar to the one you added at the bottom of my post).

Second, thank you so much for your help. Your answer sounds maybe very basic for your and most of this forum members, but I am a newbie. A newbie ready to learn.

Thank you again.

Vincent
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We were all newies once!

Not meant to be a major wrist slap but there's nothing worse than putting effort into an answer and then finding it's been solved elsewhere. Asyou probably guess I answer on the Microsoft forum too!
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