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dalek vision

Posted: Sat, 14th Apr 2007, 4:23pm

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fxmaniac

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i saw this on youtube and checked in the pre-sets and even old plug in but couldn't find it can anyone help me out?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UqBea63BuOc
Posted: Mon, 16th Apr 2007, 3:44am

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The Duelist

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just use a hue colorize filter (if visionlab) or a strong contrast and ambient light filter otherwise. Then use a slight displacement ring if visionlab and overlay the "tracking scope" onto it. It can be a picture from the internet or custom designed in photoshop. you can animate its motion in any lab project.
Posted: Sat, 21st Apr 2007, 7:31pm

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Link123456

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I was JUST about to ask for this! Thanks a lot!
Posted: Sun, 22nd Apr 2007, 2:48pm

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jrg2134

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There isn't a spherize tool on fxhome products, is there? that would be very helpful on some effects I have tried to create not to mention this effect.

Back when they were talking about DigiGrade didn't they have some glimpses of a fish eye thing or something that was basically the Spherize? What happened to that?
Posted: Sun, 22nd Apr 2007, 4:47pm

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Klut

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for the "spherize" thing, you could use multiple layers, different blur filters and maybe som resizing + garbadge matte.

Unless I missunderstand what we are talking about.
Posted: Mon, 23rd Apr 2007, 8:41pm

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Buu

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I would suggest that the image is made in an image editing program like photoshop or paintshop pro with an alpha channel, then imported into compositelab.
Posted: Sat, 28th Apr 2007, 9:06am

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fxmaniac

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how would i add the photoshop image to the video so it stays there the whole way through the sequence?