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Just a regular guy with a strange creative drive.
Member Since:
April 17th 2010
11 Posts
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New York, NY
Can't figure out how remove unwanted objects in ocean footage
by jayson palmer 8 years ago
Hello and thanks in advance for any help. Let me start by saying my brain is fried. I'm using After Effects CS5. Here's my situation: I've been given some footage of a man who is suppose to be on an i
Re: Can't figure out how remove unwanted objects in ocean footage
by Rick Zeimann 8 years ago
Tough to give accurate advice without see what you've described. Can you post an image from your footage
Best General approach to Rotoscoping.
by Thomas Brigantino 8 years ago
Hey everyone, I see uses of the Roto Brush, Peter O'Connell's 2 point system and Mocha. As someone who is just starting out which approach do you think is best What are your thoughts on each of these
Re: Best General approach to Rotoscoping.
by Rick Zeimann 8 years ago
Your best chance of finding happiness is the Mocha Pro release. Then check out Curious Turtle (http: www.curiousturtle.com) for training. You'll have hair on your chest in no time.
roto-brush on very long clip
by Tom Ma 9 years ago
I have a 30 MINUTE long clip in HD: static talking head on city scape BG. I need to color correct the BG, but keep the FG. I am experienced with keying and any procedural keying is not doing as good o
Re: roto-brush on very long clip
by Rick Zeimann 9 years ago
I've been working with the roto brush a great deal of the past few months and picked up a few tricks. I'm running AE CS5 in Windows 7 with 12 GB RAM using two dual i7 cores, and the roto-brush freeze
Getting Started in Digital Delivery
by David Hall 9 years ago
Hello Everyone, I hope I'm posting this in the right area. My apologies if I'm not. I've been interested in the idea of digital delivery and distribution for a while now and have recently begun consid
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Re: Getting Started in Digital Delivery
by David Hall 9 years ago
Rick, the two workflows I am most interested in are: 1: Starting with the original camera footage, ingesting it into a final cut system, and then delivering the finished cut to a client for review air
HMC-150 effective ISO?
by Malcolm Matusky 9 years ago
Has anyone done a test to rate the Panasonic HMC-150's effective ISO at 0db gain I am not impressed by the vague and varied "sensitivity" measurements given by various manufacturers with different gai
Re: HMC-150 effective ISO?
by Rick Zeimann 9 years ago
I agree with Noah. Don't sweat the ISO. Think of the available lighting when shooting. I have the AG-HMC150 and an EOS 7D and I use them both differently. I use the HMC150 for lengthy shoots (+20 minu
the losers comic book effect
by cherlique lilienthal 9 years ago
Hi everybody, I just saw a movie called the losers . I loved the comic book style motion graphics they used at the beginning and the end. I was wondering if anyone had some tips on how to achieve this
Re: the losers comic book effect
by Kevin Camp 9 years ago
the intro is mostly animated still layers, so i would plan on creating those in illustrator or photoshop, then importing those into after effects as a comp so each ai ps layer is a layer in the after
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Deciding between Panasonic AG-DVX100B or AG-HMC40
by Melina Kolb 9 years ago
I am looking to upgrade my really old Sony VX-2000 and am looking at two options: Panasonic AG-DVX100B or AG-HMC40. I just can't seem to decide whether I should get the HD model or not. I shoot mostly
Re: Deciding between Panasonic AG-DVX100B or AG-HMC40
by Rick Zeimann 9 years ago
Personal opinion - go the HD route, even if you're a hobbyist. I picked up the AG-HMC40 this past February and love it. Super versatile; I use it everyday in my work (HD stock footage & VFX HD): AVCHD
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