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Anders Hattne

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April 16th 2008
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After Effects: Text Chiseled into Stone?
by Eli Sanchez 6 years ago
I seemed to have hit a brick wall with my current project. My client wants to see words chiseled into stone. Their example was this : https: www.youtube.com watch v=o7u1WdN1mSM I used this tutorial :
Re: After Effects: Text Chiseled into Stone?
by Anders Hattne 6 years ago
Well you're in luck since the example your client sent you is a tutorial of Andrew Kramer from videocopilot.net. And since he tends to supply his project files, you'll have your work done in no time!!
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Eli Sanchez liked this 6 years ago
Stereoscopic 3d Frame packed output
by Anders Hattne 7 years ago
Hi! First I was going to ask in the Blackmagic forum since I have found most questions about Framepacked there yet it might not be the right place to ask. So I've got a stereoscopic video that I previ
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Greg Olson liked this 6 years ago
Evenly spacing multiple objects in 3d space?...
by Aza Allen 10 years ago
I am placing different cuts of a video into my timeline and animating them so it's kind of similar to a length of film from a projector running by - right now I'm manually placing each on in the place
Re: Evenly spacing multiple objects in 3d space?...
by Anders Hattne 10 years ago
I haven't used the align function much but on occasion I've used a tiny bit of expression to distribute layers in z space. in the position I'd write something along the linens of..: i=index; * which t
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Eliezer Cisner liked this 7 years ago
Using a layer's scale to determine another layer's position.
by Nick Vaka 7 years ago
Working on an animated blowfish in After Effects and wanted to see if someone had a quick and dirty solution for parenting his spikes' position to his toro's scale. Basically, as his body puffs out I'
Re: Using a layer's scale to determine another layer's position.
by Anders Hattne 7 years ago
Depending on the look of the blowfish I would use nulls parented to the blowfish's body, then use the compTo expression to tie the spikes to the nulls. I made a quick experiment to try it out.. and th
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Nick Vaka liked this 7 years ago
Make a layer fly away like a piece of paper in the wind?
by Paul Boone 9 years ago
I have a typography layer in which all of these words drift or fade towards the center in a rectangle, and then a rectangle border with a dollar sign in the middle. Its supposed to look like a dollar
Re: Make a layer fly away like a piece of paper in the wind?
by Anders Hattne 9 years ago
If you've got CS5 Freeform will be included. I guess with that you'd be able to do the most realistic movements, but it will probably take quite some time to get it look right too. Otherwise, I would
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Paul Boone liked this 9 years ago
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