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Michele Poggi
Hologram
on Sep 23, 2011 at 7:51:28 am

Hi guys, I'm facing a quite urgent issue. I got some footage with an abruptly POOR green screen that is unkeyable.. I've come with the idea of transforming the person who's in front of it into a disturbed hologram, to be able to use a softer and easier key.. Do you have any ideas about how to? I was thinking about creating some old TV" displacement and then work on it. Any suggestion will be greatly appreciated, thanks.

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Tudor "Ted" Jelescu
Re: Hologram
on Sep 23, 2011 at 9:17:47 am

Have you tried using the RotoBrush?
Is the shot too long to do a straight roto?
Can you post a still so that we can see how it looks like?
Here are a couple of good hologram tutorials:
http://library.creativecow.net/articles/rabinowitz_aharon/CC_Hologram.php

http://www.digitalpostproduction.com/2002/01_jan/tutorials/holograms4.htm

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Michele Poggi
Re: Hologram
on Sep 23, 2011 at 10:09:50 am

Thanks, I'll try those to learn something new. :)
Sadly the Director choose to re-film the footage directly without Green Screen so there's nothing more to do now, but something else came out and it's even more difficult, it seems..

I'll soon have the footage of an animated 3D Sphere (closer to a Soccer ball, I've been said) with some reflections in it, that will rotate and move in 3D space.

I've been asked to comp over it videos to then finish with one in full screen making it go on, like some News Channels over the world. I still don't have the footage to work with or that I could show to you all, but I'd really love and I'd be grateful if we could start trying to think about something. A.E. works in 2.5D, and I'm unsure about how to move foward in this project. *mumble*

Here's the thread: http://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/2/1007392

Thanks for everything, as always.

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