Quick super jump test [UPDATED]
Posted: Wed, 21st Feb 2007, 1:49pm
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I saw a couple of these on youtube so i wanted to try my own.EDIT
It's not the best i could do since it was late, i was tired and i just wanted to post something. But i still would like to know what you guys think.
Last edited Thu, 31st May 2007, 5:23pm; edited 4 times in total.
Posted: Wed, 21st Feb 2007, 2:30pm
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I think you did good. Nice work.
Posted: Wed, 21st Feb 2007, 3:04pm
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it's amazing... how did you do that?
Posted: Wed, 21st Feb 2007, 5:04pm
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that was flipping awesome! u should make another when u arent tired
did u use fxhome products or something else?
Posted: Wed, 21st Feb 2007, 8:32pm
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Yes, please post a tutorial or something. Looks really good.
Posted: Wed, 21st Feb 2007, 8:50pm
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You would be awesome at the run up the Empire State Building... although I suppose it wouldn't be the same....
But seriously, post a tutorial it was great!
Posted: Wed, 21st Feb 2007, 11:22pm
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Thanks for the good reviews! I used visionlab for it (but you could definitely come out with the same results in compositelab). I'll work on a tutorial within the next couple of days and post it.
Posted: Fri, 23rd Feb 2007, 3:33am
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that was awesome! I really like the part where you say "watch this!"
Posted: Fri, 23rd Feb 2007, 3:51am
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In my opinion you should make it a little more fast. Also, the camera work at the beginning had the home video handheld vibe to add to the effect, but when it panned up it kind of just stuck. I'd add some animation to the whole clip to make it look like the camera man is holding it, maybe even trying to get his bearings. The compositing was fine and acting was believable, I just think the animation could have been improved. Just my two cents, take it or leave it.
Posted: Fri, 23rd Feb 2007, 4:44am
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well i love a good two cents so i will gratefully take it.
The camera work in the beginning was actually my dad filming "handheld" (even though it was on a tripod) for me and i told him to just let go of the camera when i jumped so i would have a steady frame to match the pan up on.
I'll see if i can go back and do a second pass on it this weekend and change the pan and balcony footage to look a bit more realistic.
Ill also try and make the jump a bit less straight forward up and down to look more like an actual jump.
again, thanks for the C&C!
Posted: Fri, 23rd Feb 2007, 7:28am
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I liked this.
Posted: Fri, 23rd Feb 2007, 2:22pm
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look foward to the tutorial!
Posted: Fri, 23rd Feb 2007, 4:38pm
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Your jump is pretty cool- I'd love to see how you did it.
This guy on youtube has a whole series of "super powers" things he did-
Here is his jumping one:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEHwE997AKg&mode=related&search=
Posted: Sat, 24th Feb 2007, 4:35am
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Thanks for the comments guys! I went back and did some modifying, so here's the second pass through. I added some camera movements and drastically improved the jump animation.http://youtube.com/watch?v=P6inVL17JbU
thanks again for the c&c
Posted: Sat, 24th Feb 2007, 8:02am
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Wow, looks even better now, love the zoom at the end. Any luck writing a tutorial?
Posted: Thu, 24th May 2007, 4:38pm
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I know this is long overdue but are you ever going to post the tutorial?
Posted: Fri, 25th May 2007, 3:03pm
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giv him a chance dude
Posted: Fri, 25th May 2007, 5:51pm
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I would be grateful too, please let us know how to do it =)
Posted: Fri, 25th May 2007, 8:44pm
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I think greenscreen is a much quicker way, he used the natural enviornment to do this.
Posted: Fri, 25th May 2007, 8:47pm
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whelshizer wrote:giv him a chance dude
What do you mean its been 2 months.
Posted: Fri, 25th May 2007, 9:21pm
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If people here would like I could make a tutorial on how to greenscreen a super-jump... But with Sony Vegas 7.0, not any other NLE...
Posted: Sat, 26th May 2007, 12:01pm
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I think at last it's easier with natural environment. At least cooler =)
Posted: Sat, 26th May 2007, 12:31pm
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Absolutely amazing! I'd love to see your work when you aren't tired! Let us know when you've done the tutorial!
Posted: Tue, 29th May 2007, 2:37am
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oh shoot guys i'm sooooo sry, i got wrapped up with school projects and stuff. but now that its summer i can get started on a tutorial for this jump.
EDIT: Already part way through, should have it done early this week.
Posted: Wed, 30th May 2007, 10:42pm
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Posted: Wed, 30th May 2007, 11:13pm
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Very nicely done indeed.
Posted: Thu, 31st May 2007, 11:38am
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