what effect is that?
by breakaleg on Aug 12, 2007 at 9:56:19 am
Saw a great effect on a tv newspiece last night about how a big publishing company offered keith richards 52m Euros to write his memoirs and how risky it was considering his legendary intake of various prohibited substances, he just might not remember a lot of things. To illustrate keith permanent state of drunkeness the editor put a "double vision" fx on stock footage itv of him . Know what i mean ? just like when you're drunk. you see double, in slowmo, it swerves,etc... I can't figure it out. Thx, dom
boris avx , avid MC 2.7
Re: what effect is that? by peter mcauley on Aug 13, 2007 at 3:06:27 pm
One way to achieve this look is to apply the BCC Directional BLur to the clip that you want to affect, then set the Spread parameter to a value of 100 and use the Blur Amount value to control the distance of the double vision look - a value of 2 or 3 seems to work well. To add a little unsteadiness to this, add the BCC Film Damage filter and disable everything except for the Shake parameter. You can customize the amount of shake with the x, y, and speed parameters in the Shake group.