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EarthQuake

Posted: Mon, 6th Aug 2007, 5:04pm

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JUIDAR

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This was posted before but while everyone simply came back with a generic preset would not be possible look at the tutorials I am however looking for someone to do a few variations of presets for the film I'm working on.

Can someone please lend a hand you'll get full credit for the effect in the film which might even be a simple task for some of you.

Thanks for reading and hope to hear from someone.

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Posted: Mon, 6th Aug 2007, 10:37pm

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Axeman

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If you were to mention specifically what sort of effects you were after, you would likely get better response.
Posted: Mon, 6th Aug 2007, 11:59pm

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Rockfilmers

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Depending on the complexity of the effect, I might be able to help you. But like axeman said, you need to be more specific.
Posted: Tue, 7th Aug 2007, 4:07pm

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JUIDAR

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Rockfilmers wrote:

Depending on the complexity of the effect, I might be able to help you. But like axeman said, you need to be more specific.
Alright let's see well I need a really violent shake of the camera and then I need more or a slower steady shake.

Does that makes sense I'm kind of at a loss at how to describe it.

Sorry.
Posted: Tue, 7th Aug 2007, 9:22pm

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I might be able to do this. Do you mean like the back ground is shakeing slightley slower then the forground?
Posted: Wed, 15th Aug 2007, 5:59pm

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JUIDAR

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Rockfilmers wrote:

I might be able to do this. Do you mean like the back ground is shakeing slightley slower then the forground?
Oh no no just an earthquake like shake period where it seems like there is a tremble and another where it's like a meteor just hit the ground.
Posted: Thu, 16th Aug 2007, 1:34pm

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Oh no no just an earthquake like shake period where it seems like there is a tremble and another where it's like a meteor just hit the ground.
Ok, but I have a question, why don't you just do it your self. this is very easy. Just use the quad controls to move the clip around.
Posted: Thu, 16th Aug 2007, 3:05pm

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JUIDAR

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Rockfilmers wrote:

Oh no no just an earthquake like shake period where it seems like there is a tremble and another where it's like a meteor just hit the ground.
Ok, but I have a question, why don't you just do it your self. this is very easy. Just use the quad controls to move the clip around.
Quad controls? 0_o
Posted: Thu, 16th Aug 2007, 5:04pm

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Rockfilmers

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yah, this.

Posted: Fri, 17th Aug 2007, 6:17pm

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JUIDAR

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I'll play around with it and see what I come up with.
Posted: Mon, 15th Oct 2007, 12:29am

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Bucees

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Or you could simply shake the camera and then set your particles to sick with the emiter so they dont fly off, and if your using media or an image stream just pick an item in the background and move the quad with it. ( do the same thing with particles)