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This is my first ever post on this site btw, so I may have done this wrong.
Thnx 4 any help and ideas guys.
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Well, I do not intend to be harsh, but I do have a few words of advice that may help. Parts of this effect are turning out satisfactory. You have used the stock footage rather well so far, but there are still aspects of this effect that could be improved upon.
FXhomer4609 wrote:Please can you guys be as harsh and critical as possible and any advice or tips that you may have for improvements will be very helpful. Tnx.
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For this type of work, I suggest using a point of reference from your video as a rough guide, which indicates where the effect should be placed. If the footage has any movement, align the effect so that it is relative to the point of reference that you would have chosen when you first placed the effect.
FXhomer4609 wrote:Have you got any tips for how to keep the fire in the same place when the camera is moving...
You can alter the scale of an object to a precise value by entering the numerical value into the value dialog box, as apposed to altering the scale slider.
FXhomer4609 wrote:...when i try to adjust the size of the fire it just goes up from say "27" to "36" and the fire seems to enlarge too much. It doesn't allow me to just adjust the size from say "26" to "27" or "28".
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