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.
- Friendly Neighborhood Pwaffle
- Joined: 03 May 2001
- Location: Some where in California, I forgot :\
Its doable in Sony Vegas but would take a lot of time, a lot of 3d source alpha compositing tracks and a few parent/child relationships. I don't think there is a plugin for vegas that would get you the effect right off the bat, and its all a lot easier to do in something like After Effects.
- Joined: 15 Mar 2010
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For all I know its not newblue unless they released a newer version. I would do it in After Effects too, you can alter the look too with the sheer amount of additional options.
- Australian Zeus
- Joined: 26 Jul 2011
- Location: Sydney, Australia
- Status: Doing something useless again
Someone else answered it on creativecow.net, it's DaviTools VideoWall ^^
But thanks anyway
- Joined: 21 Mar 2011
Unfortunatelly i am 99% sure there is no such plugin for vegas... you might be refeering to something like an AE template . Basically there is : 3d space a few 3d layers duplicated and moved on the x axis....tha part that looks like an reflexion of the main layers...a camea..a null...aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaand thats it i think for the basic picture..unfortunatelly besides the theory of someone refering to a template wich u alter inserting in your own media..you have to add those+ parent/child relations and all theyr movement+the camera movement yourself.....an yes in ater effects even tho it is not that easy..its a lot more easyer than in vegas....in the 3d chapter vegas tends to be a lot more harsh than ae...and overly complicated with i dare say not so good results..yetthat depends on the person editing it...dont know if this actually made any sense or answered your question yet i still hope it did at least a little
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