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Updated Sneak Peek! (video)

Posted by Jon Geddes
12:13 am on April 22nd, 2010

Here’s a first look at our upcoming Pro Motion Menu Kit: 05 – Regal Cinema!

Watch First 15 Seconds

The template will automatically convert your logo or company name to gold:




Also, the drop zone video or image will first appear as a freshly forged gold plate, then transform to normal before your eyes. In the sample, only a still image was used in the drop zones, however a video will cause the forged gold to animate.

This is turning out to be one of our best menus yet!

Don’t forget to watch the first 15 seconds! (no sound or music has been added)

P.S. – Normally we don’t release video previews this early in production, but we were too excited to hold it in. Enjoy.

12 Responses to “Updated Sneak Peek! (video)”

  1. C Moller says:

    Hi Jon!
    It looks great! can wait to show it to my customers!
    Will it allow to change the gold to silver?
    Best regards.

  2. Jon Geddes says:

    Of course you can change the color of the gold… all the colors are customizable.

  3. Melvin says:

    Hi Jon!
    Will it include the sound effects? I can not wait to WOW! my customers!

  4. Jon Geddes says:

    The sound fx are the last phase of design (as far as the motion menu goes). We will definitely add some amazing sound fx that should blow you away.

  5. robert says:

    any ideas when it will become available?

  6. Jon Geddes says:

    The menu will likely be complete by the end of this month… however creating the tutorials and web material for its launch may push the release day over into the beginning of next month

  7. Melvin says:

    Jon, If you have the menu completed by the end of this month; send me a email. I can wait for the tutorial!

  8. David says:

    same here…

  9. D&RFilms says:

    Is this one going to be CS5 enhanced? How about the other menus.. Will you be able to update them for CS5 encore pages?

  10. Jon Geddes says:

    The style of a multi-page Blu-ray Encore menu would not really go with our motion menus. Most multi-page menus on commercial Bluray discs have just a regular edited short clip of the movie as the menu background (with little or no special effects applied), and have small still elements and text as the multi-layered menus overlaying the video clip in the background. This is really a completely different style of constructing a menu, not just logistically, but composition and layout, and will probably not look good to use it with our menus. We may design a new product in the future to be used with the multi-page feature.

  11. David Rennie says:

    Glad to hear there is no rush to CS5, I was not planning on upgrading myself. Just not enough improvements to justify the cost at this time.

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