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Mike Stewart
How is this effect done?
on Jan 31, 2010 at 4:29:24 am

http://www.erik-lauritzen.com/lbh.mov

I was wondering about the zoom streaks, it does not seem like it is camera blur, the streaks seam like they go in the opposite direction, but fits the look, also the 3d grain effect of going into the passport, what would be the best way to do these?

Thanks
Mike



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Joe Moya
Re: How is this effect done?
on Jan 31, 2010 at 4:46:35 am

Here is one way to do it using a 3rd party plug-in:

http://www.digieffects.com/support/tutorial/camera_mapper

There are a few other ways of doing this... do a search and you can find references to other tutorials.


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Scott Roberts
Re: How is this effect done?
on Jan 31, 2010 at 7:44:55 am

Camera Mapper - or, extracting objects from still images in Photoshop - creating layers, and manually creating the effect.

http://www.youtube.com/graphicsdump


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Michael Szalapski
Re: How is this effect done?
on Jan 31, 2010 at 7:46:19 am

You can create directional blur like this with Trapcode's Shine, or any radial blur sort of effect.

The 3d grain thing is just a layer in AE's 3d space. Take a photograph (or get a stock photograph) of something grungy, colorize it, and place it in AE's 3d space.

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Walter Soyka
Re: How is this effect done?
on Jan 31, 2010 at 12:44:36 pm

Agreed on Camera Mapper -- it will give you that parallax effect on your ground plane as the camera moves into z-space that you cannot achieve with standard multi-plane animation.

You can tweak the look of your motion blur quite a bit in the Advanced tab of your composition settings. To completely reverse it, though, I'd animate the sequence backwards, render it with motion blur, re-import the render, and reverse it.

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Mike Stewart
Re: How is this effect done?
on Jan 31, 2010 at 4:47:47 pm

Thanks everyone for the tips!


Mike



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