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gern blansten

Member Since:
June 16th 2011
14 Posts
best codec from Windows?
by gern blansten 2 years ago
Hi-- I've asked this question in the After Effects forum, but it seems better here. My client is asking me to create an animation he wants to integrate with other HD footage he's shooting with a Panas
Re: best codec from Windows?
by gern blansten 2 years ago
Can anyone offer some help with this Please
Windows -> Mac codecs
by gern blansten 2 years ago
Hi-- I have a client who's having me create some animations for him in Flash, but the problem is finding a codec for him to use that looks good. He's editing these animations in with live footage with
Re: Windows -> Mac codecs
by gern blansten 2 years ago
Wow..great information here. Thanks. Bottom line is I need to give my client a clean video he can use in Final Cut Pro. I'm not able to export a QT movie with h264 from Flash for a couple of reasons:
odometer problems
by gern blansten 2 years ago
Hi-- A client is asking for an odometer-style animation that runs from $0000000 to $5250000 then explode. I've been using Aaron's odometer tutorial for this, but am having a problem overcoming the lim
Re: odometer problems
by gern blansten 2 years ago
Hm...doesn't seem to matter anyway. It scrubs fine in the timeline, but when I render it out, some of the numbers stick for a while then spin some more. Is the Offset effect really hosed or could this
big picture question
by gern blansten 3 years ago
So I bought AE CS5 and I'm spending some time learning to use it. My first project is a wedding video for a friend. I was given some jittery drunken footage that cleaned up pretty nicely. There are al
Re: big picture question
by gern blansten 3 years ago
Thank you, Todd. That's a great resource. I appreciate all the feedback and hope I'm not sounding snarky--I am really just trying to understand the best and most efficient ways of animating with After
controlling lines
by gern blansten 3 years ago
Hi! Is there a way to control a line by having one end stationary and the other tracking an object Just picked up AE CS5 and am learning lots. thank you!
Re: controlling lines
by Dave LaRonde 3 years ago
You can do this using the Beam Effect, but it take a little additional work: Motion track your object. Create a Null Object. Apply the motion track to the null object. Apply the Beam Effect to the lay


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