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Can Visionlab do this effect? (Example linked)

Posted: Sun, 27th May 2007, 9:23pm

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FXhomer14180

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Does someone know how i can make this effect.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEHwE997AKg
Tell me how and in which program i can make this.
Can this effect maded in VisionLab studio?
How and where can i by or download the progam

Greetings Uriel

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Posted: Sun, 27th May 2007, 9:35pm

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JackPot

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Yeah I would say you can achieve something similar to this shot in visionlab.

You can buy it on this page;

http://fxhome.com/visionlab/visionlab-overview.html - click the 'buy now' image
Posted: Mon, 28th May 2007, 10:13am

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FXhomer14180

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But can visionlab do this effect?
And can you tell how you can make this effect?
Posted: Mon, 28th May 2007, 10:23am

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JackPot

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I dont know Ive never tried.

A similar effect in the 'Giant' example project, that comes with the demo, was created.

A giant hits a small man with his hand and he goes flying.

So with a bit of time and concideration Im sure this effect could be achieved.
Posted: Mon, 28th May 2007, 5:38pm

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Axeman

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Yep, you can totally do that in VisionLab. Its just a matter of masking out the guy and animating him to follow the path you want.
Posted: Tue, 29th May 2007, 8:33pm

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battlecam182

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yes you can do it...... i did it with effects lab!
Posted: Tue, 29th May 2007, 9:13pm

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SketchWork

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I have accomplished these kind of shots with VisionLab with ease. Give it a go - you'll have a blast! smile