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Discussion in 'Digital Video' started by matteusclement, Dec 5, 2013.
It's an old video but how did they do the shifting effect?
Forgot the link, eh?
That's what happens when you post at 2AM.
I want to say its a lot of post with green screen but no.
you got me thinking now
I have no idea about the capabilities of Motion or After Effects, but I wonder if the look could be achieved with multiple cameras and some wicked transitions using Motion or the like between the different camera angles?
Just a thought (I remember seeing an ad or something where they had set up a huge number of T2i cameras to shoot something).
I guess if you had 10 cameras and then key framed some horizontal blur for the effect of motion... it should work. The video just seems a little old to do that .
this and scene morphing
I kinda thought it was something like described here:
I reckon it's multiple cameras/single camera with multiple takes (easier with music videos as there are auditory cues).
Then a 3d scene is created in AE with a 3d camera that just tracks through the various scenes at various points.
Simple in concept but probably quit difficult to construct with all the rendering power required!
Doubtful. That seems more complicated than necessary. I'm sure it's much like the method discussed in mBox's link. An array of cameras capturing the same take from multiple angles, then composited and morphed in post.
It might be more complicated but it would be more accurate motion blur and easier to adjust angles once all the frames had been set up.
I don't think it would be more accurate at all. There's no reason to set the frames up in 3D in AE if you're just transitioning between 2D frames. AE's camera doesn't offer anything at that point, unless you're adding actual effect elements. And if that's the case, only any new effect layers would need to be 3D enabled.