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Steve BramePage Turn
by on Sep 16, 2016 at 1:21:56 pm

I have a stack of PSD's and wish to have each peel away in succession showing the next underlying PSD. Simple enough, except when I them resize the stack of PSD's, then this happens.







If I nest each PSD, then resize the neset sequence and apply the Page Turn to the nest, then it works as expected. Is there any way to overcome this requirement to nest each image before the Page Turn will work correctly on a shrunken image?

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Steve BrameRe: Page Turn
by on Sep 16, 2016 at 1:39:15 pm

Annnddd...I spoke too soon. Now it's doing the same thing in the nested sequences of each PSD.

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Dave LaRondeRe: Page Turn
by on Sep 16, 2016 at 3:44:19 pm
Last Edited By Dave LaRonde on Sep 16, 2016 at 5:17:20 pm

You ought to try using the Page Turn in After Effects. You'd use a series of nested comps. The first nested comp would contain the first 2 images, with Page Turn applied. Let the comp continue. Then nest that comp in a new one, add the next image, add & animate the effect and let it continue. Repeat the process of nesting, adding an image and page turning until you're done.

It's EXTREMELY important to time out the occurrences of page turns and the speed of the turns before you begin. You don't want to tweak the timing later with all those nested comps. It's a real pain! I know -- I made the mistake of failing to do the timing at the start. It was painful enough that I learned my lesson the first time.

Dave LaRonde
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Steve BrameRe: Page Turn
by on Sep 16, 2016 at 6:08:37 pm

Wow! That's quite a 'workaround'. It would be easier to just put each individual PSD in a sequence at full frame, apply the Page Turn at the tail, then export that as an AVI, then use the AVI's, where I can scale them down and the Page Turn will appear normal.

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Dave LaRondeRe: Page Turn
by on Sep 16, 2016 at 9:28:51 pm

Hey, if it works better for you that way, I'm all for it.

Timing will still be a pain in the patoot. Spend some quality time getting it right; you'll be glad you did later.

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jerry wiseRe: Page Turn
by on Sep 17, 2016 at 5:27:47 pm

i do what you want to do all the time.
you will have to buy Boris Perspective Unit and also get Andy's FREE Better 3d though....but it's worth it.
you apply Andys 3d and then Boris perspective BCC Page Turn in that order.
shrink your pics back to 50 in the motion scale tab.
in Andys 3d apply a -6 in Z position.
go back up to motion tab scale and re-scale to suit.
in BCC Page Turn change your Offset to see if the peel doesnt get cut off. if so then adjust Andys 3d and or
the motion tab scale.
with a little diddling you will get it right.
then apply Offset keyframes to each layer.
also run your light and shadow up all the way in BCC Page Turn.
all this is on the same timeline...no nesting crap to deal with.
i did this effect in about 45 seconds.


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jerry wiseRe: Page Turn
by on Sep 18, 2016 at 4:26:48 pm

hopefully i will post this page turn/peel video example correctly.

10586_pagepeelusingborisperspectiveunitandandysfreebetter3d.mp4.zip


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