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Posted: Tue, 2nd Sep 2008, 2:30pm

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Qbeck

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I need help grading this video (only a snapshot)


to this video(also snapshot)



I can easily suppply the raw footage if needed. The point is, i'm trying to get my self to fly horizontally while the plane is landing, which i can't get to look somewhat realistic
Posted: Sat, 6th Sep 2008, 3:09am

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Qbeck

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really nothing?
Posted: Sat, 6th Sep 2008, 3:27am

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I think you should specify what you need help with, precisely. "Grading" is a bit vague.

Or do you want us to actually do the grading for you, and tell you how we did it?
Posted: Sat, 6th Sep 2008, 3:01pm

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Plainly wrote:

I think you should specify what you need help with, precisely. "Grading" is a bit vague.

Or do you want us to actually do the grading for you, and tell you how we did it?
yea pretty much
Posted: Sat, 6th Sep 2008, 4:48pm

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Z films

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Simply do some kind of blueish grading like this



It worked for me, Use the bourne identity filter
Posted: Sat, 6th Sep 2008, 5:20pm

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Qbeck

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yea, but this are only snapshots, the vid of the plane is really fast, and i need help getting a nice blur
Posted: Sat, 20th Sep 2008, 3:08am

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Qbeck wrote:

yea, but this are only snapshots, the vid of the plane is really fast, and i need help getting a nice blur
If you search around enough you could find a tutorial on it
Posted: Sat, 20th Sep 2008, 6:15pm

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Just use the "angle blur" filter, and, if necessary, the gaussian one. Try to get the actor - you - to match the plane.