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SilveradojonesSparkle on teeth like in Orbit Commercial
by on Dec 11, 2006 at 4:45:54 pm

Can anybody help me with how to make that "sparkling shine" [ting!] on my subjects teeth, using only FCP Studio? I have Adobe Photoshop, but not After Effects.

I'm talking about that glint of light that looks like a star filter, real small on someone's tooth.
You see it on the Orbit Gum commercial with that blonde girl who says "Fabulous" after someones got fresh breath (even though they are filthy with dirt or whatever). Her name is Vannessa Branch, do a search on Orbit Gum and Vanessa Branch if you don't know what I mean.
Or just watch this commercial:







Thanks a million!



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ThaxRe: Sparkle on teeth like in Orbit Commercial
by on Dec 11, 2006 at 5:20:02 pm

Very easy and low-tech.

Draw a white star shape in Photoshop.

Position, size and key it over the image in FCP using the Motion tabs.


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JeremyGRe: Sparkle on teeth like in Orbit Commercial
by on Dec 11, 2006 at 5:24:27 pm

Make the star in photoshop and scale it in FCP. Add your favorite sound effect. Check soundtrack pro and see if they have a "ding".

Jeremy


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derek woodsRe: Sparkle on teeth like in Orbit Commercial
by on Dec 11, 2006 at 7:07:09 pm

maybe try livetype>objects>particles>pop2
scale to spot and find a sound effect


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Tom MatthiesRe: Sparkle on teeth like in Orbit Commercial
by on Dec 12, 2006 at 2:40:18 pm

Soundtrack does have a "ding" sound effect. It's a typewriter (remember those?) return sound. I just used it last week for a spot.
tom


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