For all help and discussion relating to visual effects in programs that are not already covered in an existing forum, such as Blender, Particle Illusion, etc., along with discussion about effects theories and techniques.
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- Joined: Tue Nov 04, 2003 2:56 pm
Bare with me while I try to explain this. It was done in the Grindhouse trailer to give you an idea of what Im talking about. I want to do is have the video melting or burning from over use. Anyone have any idea what Im talking about?
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- Joined: Sun Aug 27, 2006 11:01 pm
- Status: Maybe editing?
- Location: Chicago
ANBU_Itaichi1986 wrote:it does, but it kept on saying i had to register Plus something or other with an activation code. I had no idea what it was.
Don't try to use Wax as a plugin - it doesn't work (least it never worked for me). Download Wax and use the program itself, it's like a mini-AE.
- Joined: Mon May 12, 2003 6:49 pm
- Location: Alaska
TaranT wrote:Fifth one down the left column.
No. Just no.
I agree more with the fractal noise idea as posted by Metro, as long as you can get it to expand properly. You'll probably also want to play with warping the layer and adjusting the zoom to get that "film slamming" look.
I've actually done this effect twice that I know of in my work, but this is the better example:
At about 0:24 - 0:25, I used what I believe was Cycore's Film Burn transition combined with a glow/shine to give it an ember look, and warping it with various filters to make it look as though it was being torn apart.
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