2010 March 28th, 14:35
how was this done?
Wondering with cs3?
I have seen this in old school transworld videos.
Wished i spent my life in film school not doing what i do now.
[ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h9UzN1hFR48"]YouTube- Stroboscopic - NoseBlunt[/ame]
2010 March 28th, 14:37
Just picked up a canon mark2 5d and piles of lens's.
Been playing with a goprohd before and well the canon hv20 sits collecting dust now.
[ame="http://www.vimeo.com/10494912"]TimeLapse test 03 on Vimeo[/ame]
2010 March 28th, 14:47
When you ask, 'How was this done?' I presume you mean the places where you see multiple instances of the same skater doing the same move in a single shot.
I'm not a 'post guy,' but essentially it goes something like this:
1 — shoot with a locked-off camera
2 — clone multiple instances of the shot into different layers of the timeline and 'slip' or offset them in time from each other
3 — chop each successive skater out of the background with a garbage matte and layer them into the original shot (look closely at the skater on the far right of the second one, you can see the edge of the matte)
4 — keyframe a slow push-in or truck on the finished comp so it doesn't look like a lock-off
Hopefully one of our resident AE wizards will chime in and explain how to do that in practical terms ...
2010 March 28th, 14:47
you got me confused, you first ask a question and then post a video that has nothing to do with the first question.
2010 March 28th, 14:57
2010 March 28th, 15:18
Originally Posted by Erik Bien
2010 March 28th, 15:52
put alot of thought into this reply back hahahaha
Originally Posted by Jack Frost
2010 March 28th, 16:22
Video 1 and video 2 are completely different techniques.
Originally Posted by jimmyhat
2010 March 28th, 18:08
YEah it was stated earlier, but as long as the camera was steady (on a tripod aka sticks) he just had to do the trick once, and then in editing duplicated the layer multiple times, and offset them. Then he just used a mask around each "section" where there was a skater, and it would seem flawless. Could even have a background layer of the location if he needed to feather edges to make it appear more seamless.
2010 March 30th, 01:42
I think it is easier than that. I am not sure since I do not have AE open right now but with a locked off shot, you should be able to go to effects> Echo. Set the layer transform mode to normal.