Posted: Sun, 19th May 2002, 4:12pm
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Hey there guys, how can i clone myslef on a movie, is there any easy ways to do it?
Posted: Sun, 19th May 2002, 4:15pm
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well, u can use blue screening methods, or u can use photoshop to cut and paste...
depends also on what kind of stuff u want??? u should watch "the test" in the cinema section...
Posted: Sun, 19th May 2002, 4:34pm
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Or one of my old
Posted: Sun, 19th May 2002, 5:12pm
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i have seen the test and i wanna clone myself so i can fight myself, i do have photoshop but dosnt that look at bit crap if u dont do it right?
Posted: Sun, 19th May 2002, 5:18pm
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yeah if u don't do it right
so i guess u will have to do it right
Posted: Sun, 19th May 2002, 5:33pm
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There's a tutorial on Solthar's site for this... Check it out...http://www.nccinema.ch/esfx10.html
Well, maybe it's not so much a "tutorial", as it is a "how'd we do it" But maybe it'll help...
Posted: Sun, 19th May 2002, 6:28pm
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Or you could SEARCH the forums for this topic because I KNOW it's been discussed before!
Posted: Mon, 20th May 2002, 2:46am
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I've heard there's a bunch of people on Kamino who might be able to help you out with this one.
But don't tell them I told you so.
Posted: Mon, 20th May 2002, 4:05pm
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I'm also doing a duplicate of myself in a film I'm about to make. You can either do it in photoshop and edit it frame by frame or I guess you could do a split screen and put yourself in different positions. Trail and erros I guess. I guess it depends how long the footage is where there are multiples of you. If it's really long it will take you a fair while.
Good luck though.
Posted: Mon, 29th Jul 2002, 4:22am
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I was wondering if "cloning" yourself in a movie violates any basic Jedeau-Christian beliefs. I myself am Roman Catholic and am relatively certain that all human and animal cloning is considered unethical and a mortal sin. Does this apply to film making? Will we all burn in Hell?
Maybe we could get a guest theologan to help us tackle these questions.
Posted: Mon, 29th Jul 2002, 4:23am
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Just make sure the theologan is not Bhuddist.