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Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 9:36pm

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Bucees

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I want to know how to make somebody fly in EffectsLab Pro ! Any suggestions ? Or a tutorial ?

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Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 10:40pm

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Unfortunately, you are going to need composite lab for creating a flying composit.

Have a read here: http://fxhome.com/compositelab/compositelab-overview.html

You can accomplish it using a variety of effects including green screen, clean plate/footage plate or clever masking.
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 11:59pm

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Thanks! But i dont think i can get it any time soon but thank you very much for the reply! probably i'll try to get i some day
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 12:05am

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I have Autodesk Combustion 4! Do you think making someone fly would work in that ?
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 1:34am

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Autodesk Combustion is a compositor so it should be very possible.

Wo use a combination of FXHome VisionLab and EyeOn Fusion to do our compositing and anything can be accomplished in either - it depends on the situation because some things are easier in VisionLab and others easier in Fusion.

Autodesk Combustion is just another compositor.
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 1:37am

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SWEET ! Thanks
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 12:27pm

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Are there some really rich people out there or what?

Combustion costs around $1000 and you're not even sure what it does? What did you even buy it for?

Oh to be that affluent...
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 3:43pm

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I do know what it does but i just haven't used it in a while scince i got a little bit bored with it, and i got Effects lab pro
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 3:46pm

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I have to agree with petet2. You spend a $1000 to get a program and don't even know what it does? Doesn't make sense to me.
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 4:01pm

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yes yes yes I know what you all mean! but just wanted it in the first place for the particle engine but all of its particles were very CHEEZEY so i didn't use it in a while and then i found FXHome and thought that was 100 times better so i got it !
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 4:05pm

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Sorry i know what it does it's just farely new to me thats all.
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 6:33pm

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sorry biggrin

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Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 9:33pm

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If you want to amend a post or add some more use the edit button at the top right. The mods don't like double (or triple) posting... smile
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 9:48pm

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neutral HMMM
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 10:34pm

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Hi Mods...that double post by me was intentional, apologies for my (clearly failed) attempt at ironic humour... smile
Posted: Wed, 18th Jul 2007, 11:37pm

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It's A O.K