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Adrian Chircu
How is this done?
on Apr 1, 2017 at 10:27:46 pm







At 00:14 to up about 00:17 theres an "effect" which is basically pictures moving really fast and in an orderly fashion, like a real video, but with stuttering so to speak, like 10 frames or something.

What are my options here? Could I film something and then reduce the frame rate so that it looks like that effect, is that possible?

Or do I need to have that thing DSLRs have, that can go into continuous shooting mode?


PS: I only have a bridge camera capable of 720p video and 2k and 3k pictures.

Thanks!


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Tudor "Ted" Jelescu
Re: How is this done?
on Apr 2, 2017 at 6:46:13 am

You could go both ways (continuous shoothing with DSLR or time effects over normal footage)
For the time effects I would try Posterize Time ( play with 5fps or even 1 fps), then precompose and enable and play with Time Remapping on the precomp.

Tudor "Ted" Jelescu
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