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Time Remaping...

Posted: Tue, 6th Oct 2009, 6:21pm

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CryisisFX

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Hmmm, if you saw the movie 300 or watch this clip
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTXlWYdodnc
You can see that the time slows down when somone is killed or cut or poked with the spear or sword!!!!!!

Can you make something like that in Visionlab Studio????

I tried to cut every frame,and made images, then i import all of it( a lot of images.. D: ) in visionlab, then in every image, i set the duration from 1 frame to more, so it slows down the video!!!!! BUT it turned out crappy, unnatural so i gave up!!!!!

Is there any way that you can make that in other ways, so it can be so smooth and natural like in the 300????

I don't want to do anything special, just for learning i asked......
I hope my english isn't that crappy and you understand!!!!!!

Thanks!!!!
Posted: Tue, 6th Oct 2009, 6:45pm

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Axeman

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VisionLab doesn't have the tools for time remapping. After Effects is the closest to affordable way I know of to replicate that effect.
Posted: Wed, 7th Oct 2009, 11:30am

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CryisisFX

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Axeman wrote:

VisionLab doesn't have the tools for time remapping. After Effects is the closest to affordable way I know of to replicate that effect.
Yup, i know that.....i tought that visionlab has also.... sad
Posted: Wed, 7th Oct 2009, 5:47pm

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spydurhank

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You can always deinterlace your footage in Visionlab. It turns one frame into two frames.
Posted: Thu, 8th Oct 2009, 12:01pm

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CryisisFX

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spydurhank wrote:

You can always deinterlace your footage in Visionlab. It turns one frame into two frames.
OH really!!!! thank you very much.....i didn't know that!!!!!!!
i will try it out... razz