m.objects Video Tutorials

Our Video Tutorials show you step by step how to create a slideshow with m.objects. This makes it easier to get started with m.objects and illustrates advanced production techniques.

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Novelties

The novelties of m.objects version 9.5 - Part 2 (german)
The novelties of m.objects version 9.5 – Part 2 (german)
The new functions and possibilities of the m.objects Titeleditor and the extended functions for EXE files

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The novelties of m.objects version 9.5 - Part 1 (german)
The novelties of m.objects version 9.5 – Part 1 (german)
Create and save individual window layouts for the user interface, automatically show and hide dockable windows, new functions in the Tools window and new features for live presentations

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Basics

Extended desktop (german)
Extended desktop (german)
Setup of the extended desktop under Windows in order to work with m.objects on multiple output devices

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Installation (german)
Installation (german)
Installation of m.objects, both from CD/DVD and as a downloaded setup

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The m.objects user interface - Part 1 (german)
The m.objects user interface – Part 1 (german)
The basic elements and areas of the m.objects user interface and their functions

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The m.objects user interface - Part 2 (german)
The m.objects user interface – Part 2 (german)
Navigating through the m.objects timeline

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Handling of objects (german)
Handling of objects (german)
The basic handling of objects on the m.objects timeline

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New Show / Project Wizard (german)
New Show / Project Wizard (german)
The creation of a new project or a new show within an existing project

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The m.objects Image Pool - Part 1 (german)
The m.objects Image Pool – Part 1 (german)
Utilization of the Image Pool to view and pre-sort picture and video sequences

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The m.objects Image Pool – Part 2 (german)
The m.objects Image Pool – Part 2 (german)
The use of keywords turns the Image Pool into the storyboard of the production.

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Insert pictures and videos (german)
Insert pictures and videos (german)
Insert pictures and videoclips into the timeline via drag & drop from various sources

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Adjust aspect ratio (german)
Adjust aspect ratio (german)
Adjustment of the aspect ratio of embedded pictures and videos that differ from the desired aspect ratio of the presentation

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QuickBlending (german)
QuickBlending (german)
Quick selection of different variants for fade-ins/fade-outs or cross-fades

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Picture-in-Picture effects (german)
Picture-in-Picture effects (german)
Use the Image Area object to assemble pictures or video clips on a background picture or video

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Zoom drive (german)
Zoom drive (german)
Creating a Ken Burns effect (animation of an image section) with the Zoom object

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Insert audio files (german)
Insert audio files (german)
Selection and insertion of existing audio files into the audio tracks on the timeline

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Record audio from CD (german)
Record audio from CD (german)
Reading out the digital signal from audio CDs and inserting it into the audio tracks of the timeline

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Record audio from microphone (german)
Record audio from microphone (german)
Record audio directly in m.objects with a microphone and insert it into the audio tracks

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Synchronize Image and Audio (german)
Synchronize Image and Audio (german)
Coordination of the time and duration of the image transitions to characteristics such as the beat of the music

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Insert title (german)
Insert title (german)
Creation and insertion of texts in m.objects, for example for titles or image captions

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Zoom object (german)
Zoom object (german)
Create a camera pan through an image with the Zoom object.

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Image Area object (german)
Image Area object (german)
Create a scrolling text with the Image Area object

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Passepartout and Blur (german)
Passepartout and Blur (german)
Accentuate a text with the Passepartout object and the Blur object.

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Animated travel route (german)
Animated travel route (german)
Create an animated travel route with QuickBlending

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Travel route with stopover (german)
Travel route with stopover (german)
Create an animated travel route with a single or multiple stopovers

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Blur animation (german)
Blur animation (german)
Use the Blur object to dynamically move the focus between an exempted image section and a background

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Optimizing edges of exempted image parts (german)
Optimizing edges of exempted image parts (german)
Optimize the edges of exempted image parts with the Shadow/Shine object

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The m.objects dynamics processor (german)
The m.objects dynamics processor (german)
The dynamics processor compensates for deviations in loudness – i.e. the perceived volume – without impairing the characteristics of the pieces of music.

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Video editing with m.objects

Cutting and dubbing a video sequence (german)
Cutting and dubbing a video sequence (german)
This example shows, how you extract a short sequence out of a longer video and dub it with original sounds and music.

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Loss-free trimming of video files (german)
Loss-free trimming of video files (german)
In most cases, videos are cut to a specific section. m.objects offers the option of trimming these videos to the required length on the timeline without any loss of quality. This saves a significant amount of storage space.

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Slow motion and time lapse in m.objects (german)
Slow motion and time lapse in m.objects (german)
Modify the playback speed of videos statically or dynamically with the Speed object

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Videos in additive mode (german)
Videos in additive mode (german)
You can also use the additive mode for image blending for videos.

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Chroma-Keying (german)
Chroma-Keying (german)
Exempt videos in real-time with Chroma Keying

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Video dubbing (german)
Video dubbing (german)
Separate image and audio of a video, post-process the audio and mix it with additional sound

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Video loop (german)
Video loop (german)
Play back video sequences in the m.objects timeline multiple times

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Work examples

Extended title design (german)
Extended title design (german)
Design options for text overlay via Shadow/Shine object and Passepartout object

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Font size and text alignment (german)
Font size and text alignment (german)
Exact definition of the font size and alignment of the text

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Title credits (german)
Title credits (german)
Animation of title credits, that run through the screen from bottom to top

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Matrix animation with m.objects (german)
Practical example: Matrix animation (german)
Arrange images in an image matrix and display them with a 3D animation

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Tilt-Shift effekt with m.objects (german)
Practical example: Tilt-Shift effect (german)
The acuity plain moves through an image with dynamic blur and an animated effect mask.

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Create light reflex with m.objects (german)
Practical example: Light reflex (german)
With a Shadow/Shine effect, Picture-/Video-Processing and an animated effect mask, a light reflex moves over an inserted text.

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Animated Image strip with m.objects (german)
Practical example: Image strip (german)
Create an animated image strip in m.objects

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Animated Image strip with m.objects Part 2 (german)
Practical example: Image strip Part 2 (german)
Animated image strip with blur animation

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Design with QuickBlending (german)
Practical example: Design options with QuickBlending (german)
QuickBlending effects have additional uses besides cross-fades.

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Scenery effect (german)
Practical example: Scenery effect (german)
Animate the foreground and background at different speeds to create a sense of depth

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3D panorama pan (german)
3D pan through panorama (german)
Pan through a panorama with 3D objects as an alternative to the Ken Burns effect

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Rubber band animation (german)
Practical example: Rubber band (german)
A creative text animation with Image Area objects

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Live lecture in 12 steps (german)
Live lecture with m.objects (german)
A practical example explains the crucial steps that are necessary to create a live presentation with m.objects.

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