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Dolly Zoom in AE
by Kevin Depth 10 years ago
Hi everyone. I,m looking for away to simulate "dolly zoom" in AE, but not just on an object in the middle of the shot but on anything. EG: The Lord of the Rings scene (1st movie) in the forest path ju
Re: Dolly Zoom in AE
by Carl Larsen 10 years ago
That's a "Hitchcock zoom." Dolly the camera back, while zooming in. Carl Larsen TelescopeMediaGroup.net
Invisible objects in video
by Lukas Bytautas 10 years ago
Hey people, I am recently a editor of skateboarding videos and im looking for some fresh stuff to add.Lately i've seen a video of invisible skateboarding ( http: www.youtube.com watch v=BU7XWReIur0 )
Re: Invisible objects in video
by Carl Larsen 10 years ago
or you could try mokey from imagineer systems. It was designed for this sort of thing - and you can often get away without shooting plates. Carl Larsen TelescopeMediaGroup.net
Multiple Animator Workflow
by Eric Buist 10 years ago
Hey Everyone, My company is working on a 12 episode animated short film (the first episode is here: http: www.vimeo.com 5413831) and I am looking for some tips on a multiple animator workflow. Current
Re: Multiple Animator Workflow
by Carl Larsen 10 years ago
Eric - I addressed some of the issues you are facing with multiple animators in the latest episode of the After Effects Podcast. Hopefully, this helps. Check it out. http: podcasts.creativecow.net aft
How to import multiple TIFF as a sequence
by Jerry Romero 10 years ago
Hi, This might seem as nobb question, I'm trying to import multiple TIFF files as a sequence onto AE, The TIFF where created on a Pablo at 60i fps and need to import as a sequence onto AE to make a 50
Re: How to import multiple TIFF as a sequence
by Carl Larsen 10 years ago
Jerry, You should be able to import a file sequence into AE by simply invoking the file import dialog box, navigating to your sequence, selecting any of the images, making sure the "sequence" option i
animating swishes
by Roger Wellard 10 years ago
Hey guys and girls ive been wondering about this for a while cant figure it out, i am trying to animate on swishes and floral patterns like the ones done in this reference vid : http: www.youtube.com
Re: animating swishes
by Carl Larsen 10 years ago
Roger - Here's what you're looking for: http: library.creativecow.net articles hansen_jaysen growing.php Jayse did an excellent job explaining how to do this in his tutorial. Carl Larsen TelescopeMedi
Parenting position of null object to position of another layer
by Sean Worsell 10 years ago
I've come across a little confounding problem in my project. I have a null object (Layer 2) that is parented to a layer containing some tracking data (Layer 3). On layer 1, I want to add an adjustment
Re: Parenting position of null object to position of another layer
by Carl Larsen 10 years ago
It sounds like you're trying to accomplish what I demonstrated in my last two tutorials: Tracking a Child in After Effects. To track the position of a child layer (layer 2), use this expression on the
pixellated effect video
by Michael Brookes 10 years ago
Hi - does anyone know how this effect was achieved I really like the pixellated square effect going on in this T4 promo. http: www.vimeo.com 4059563 Thanks in advance! Michael
Re: pixellated effect video
by Carl Larsen 10 years ago
looks like "CC ball action" to me. Carl Larsen TelescopeMediaGroup.net
Making a circle arrow rotate perfecty
by Keith Henderson 10 years ago
Mabye I missed something, but I have designed a circle with an arrow in Illustrator. I make it have video appeal in photoshop, and finally import into AE. When I rotate the circular arrow, I get a lit
Re: Making a circle arrow rotate perfecty
by Carl Larsen 10 years ago
The arrow is rotating about the geometric center of the layer - which isn't perfectly centered when you add the arrow head. You can either move the anchor point manually using the pan behind tool, or
To the gods of Motion Tracking.
by Rajarshi Basu 10 years ago
HI, I don't think I can ever master motion tracking. But I still try. Maybe someday I will. But right now I have a problem... How to track a shot, where the camera is panning, and the object goes out
Re: To the gods of Motion Tracking.
by Carl Larsen 10 years ago
The quick answer is that motion tracking is tough...and given enough time around it you tend to get a sense for what features will track well and which ones won't. Sometimes hand tracking (at least a
little planet
by Gabriel Stabinger 10 years ago
Hi! Did someone knows how to make little planets in an another way, than using polar coordinates I mean, i wan't make a very clean "little planet" without any distortion. Sorry if i'm not so clear exp
Re: little planet
by Carl Larsen 10 years ago
Check out the flexify plugin from flaming pear. Carl Larsen TelescopeMediaGroup.net
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