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NextPreviousHomeNew retro TV INTRO DESIGN plus FREE MODEL


IntroChamp | 7 years ago | 9 comments | 5 likes | 3,270 views

LostBoyz, michiel, sinus300 and 2 others like this!

My latest video intro design. This design incorporates a simple retro TV that I modeled specifically for use in Bluff Titler.

I'm offering the TV MODEL for FREE :) See the zip file attached below.

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IntroChamp, 7 years ago


FREE Retro TV Model. Have fun with it! :)

dl.dropboxusercontent.com...

IntroChamp, 7 years ago


Thanks for sharing! I like it!

irina1208, 7 years ago

Irina, nice to hear from you :) thanks!

IntroChamp, 7 years ago


Love this! Thanks so much for sharing.
I'm a brand new user so this definitely helps me.

EYELENE, 7 years ago

EYELENE, Welcome! Thanks you for your comment! Take your time and have fun with Bluff. Before long you'll be a wiz! :)

IntroChamp, 7 years ago


Thank you for welcoming me and yes, I am addicted to this wonderful program already.
But starting to get a little frustrated not being able to figure a few things out. I know I'll get it eventually though.
I posted one question in the gallery so hopefully someone will answer me soon.
And as far as your model goes, how do I get it into the program so I can add my image?
I know it's not a show so it didn't show up when I clicked on open show. But where is the option to open a model?

EYELENE, 7 years ago

Layer > Add Layer > Add Model Layer

It might be a little tricky if you're new to using models in Bluff. You'll need to create submodel layers (Control U) from the initial model, then make the screen transparent (use one of the additive FX) and put your image behind the screen.

It also helps a great deal if before you create submodel layers from your model, that you place your model into a container layer.

IntroChamp, 7 years ago


Oh boy. That sounds complicated.
Maybe I should wait for a while until I get more familiar with the program.
I can't even figure out how to line up all three text lines evenly in the templates lol.
Thanks for getting back to me.

EYELENE, 7 years ago

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About IntroChamp

Joel Cooper is the founder and CEO of introChamp Inc. Many know him as the "Intro Champ".

His video template website makes it TOTALLY EASY for you to create AFFORDABLE, visually dynamic VIDEO INTROS in Minutes.

Contact IntroChamp by using the comment form on this page or at templates.introchamp.com