Some sort of pushing effect + some extra

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Some sort of pushing effect + some extra

Postby Ematheo » Fri May 20, 2011 8:19 am

I was wondering how to make this thing where one clip is being pushed away by another clip.
You can see some in this vid at 0:06 - 0:08.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xurz97FLiqc

Also how do you do that thing he does at 0:17 - 0:19 with the manga?

I think he's using Vegas and so am I. I know you can use a transition to make the first effect but when I use one it just messes up my clips by making dem longer which totally ruins my timing. So is there another way to do this?

Also this at 1:40 - 1:42 How do I do that?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pKJgrhPf4Cc

Help much appreciated!
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Re: Some sort of pushing effect + some extra

Postby theDarkSite » Fri May 20, 2011 3:48 pm

The first one - the only thing I saw was how the scene trampled the previous one - you can make it with position option. Just make the second layer go on top of the first and play with the position, you can easily make it with premiere pro - anchor point, make keyframes, you can make it appear with mask as well - with mask expansion and feather.

The second one - choose a page of manga with big resolution and follow each part of the manga with the camera or just change the position of the manga (with camera option is better) - I don't know how exactly can you do it in vegas, but I don't think it is something difficult, in Adobe is one of the easiest things.

The third one is maybe some basic effects, I'm not sure...
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Re: Some sort of pushing effect + some extra

Postby Shui » Wed Jun 01, 2011 9:12 am

All those effects are basic position + camera movement fx. Not sure how to do it in Vegas. But it's really all just clips changing their positions with some camera shake and motion blur. So much of it that it makes not wanting to watch it.

3rd one is called a video-wall, it's just a series of clips that are arranged grid-like and zoomed into. Unfortunately I don't know Vegas, but I'm sure it has the capabilities to do such basic things.
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Re: Some sort of pushing effect + some extra

Postby xPiikanyaa » Fri Jun 03, 2011 4:22 pm

I think it's the Newblue FX roll transition, you can probably do it other ways but that's the easiest way to do it.
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Re: Some sort of pushing effect + some extra

Postby AnimeCutieGirl » Sun Jul 03, 2011 6:55 pm

Hello there :)
Hm the first effect, It's just a transition, its from new blue fx. It's one of the roll effects in there.

The second effect It may be a video wall, clips just zoomed out of and placed in a grid format, but
when I do an effect like that I usually place all the clips i want within in different tracks but lined up directly up and down. Then I would add the cookie cutter effect to each one and create a grid kind of structure. And then finally pan and crop the clips so no subtitles show. Hope that helped :)
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Re: Some sort of pushing effect + some extra

Postby Ematheo » Wed Jul 13, 2011 6:39 am

Oh thank you guys! Sorry for the late reply but I didn't think someone else would reply to this. Anyhow, thank you!

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