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am I allowed to find source footage?

Posted: Wed, 27th Aug 2008, 1:13am

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Qbeck

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what i mean is, can i fiddle around with the "view source" thing on browsers to try and download the raw video of the girl flying in the flying tutorial?
Posted: Wed, 27th Aug 2008, 3:04am

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Tarn wrote:

Rockfilmers wrote:

Is there a way that we could down load the video clips so we can follow the tutorial?
That'll be tricky for this particular tutorial, due to the number of (HD) clips, and we don't have the rights to distribute the cloud background in original form. However, for future tutorials I'll try to make sure that there's downloadable stuff you can play with. smile
That's taken from the comments on the tutorial itself, if that helps. You'll learn much more from the tutorial if you shoot your own footage though, as filming with an effects shot in mind is a crucial part of getting the final shot to look good. Learning to prepare for an effect or composite prior to filming anything is an important skill to learn, and by using your own footage, every step in this tutorial will teach you more about what you did correctly, or what you may have wanted to do differently, while filming.
Posted: Wed, 27th Aug 2008, 3:10am

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Qbeck

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Well I only wanted the raw, not the clouds, but i understand, that was good advice