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360 Bullet Plugin Help

Posted: Tue, 29th Jun 2004, 3:39am

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mthoward

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What's the best way to film this effect? Do I just film going in a circle a few times? i tried that but it seemed that the bullet was moving way to slow and it wasn't quite fitting corectly with the spinning.

Theres The Plugin:
http://fxhome.com/alamdv2/plugins/info_cache/plugin635.html
Posted: Tue, 29th Jun 2004, 5:23am

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Hybrid-Halo

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Here's how I'd use it... I think....

Using the effect in alam DV, Render it out so it's basically on the top of an invisible or blank picture, so the end result is say... the bullet flying on a bright green background (greenscreen likeness...)

Now, use chromanator to take out the green, and composite the footage onto your spinning background with a few speed adjustments.

Using some AlamDV fiddling I'm sure you could get the speed right, maybe if you slowed down or sped up the video according it would help?
Posted: Thu, 19th Aug 2004, 1:44pm

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Klut

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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

Here's how I'd use it... I think....

Using the effect in alam DV, Render it out so it's basically on the top of an invisible or blank picture, so the end result is say... the bullet flying on a bright green background (greenscreen likeness...)

Now, use chromanator to take out the green, and composite the footage onto your spinning background with a few speed adjustments.

Using some AlamDV fiddling I'm sure you could get the speed right, maybe if you slowed down or sped up the video according it would help?
Yeaah, thanks for the info Hybrid.