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Posted: Wed, 21st Oct 2009, 1:38am

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SuburbanElement

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What other websites or software can we use to add extra features to VisionLab Studio?(i only know of one peice of software called Blender, which is pretty good) Like vehicles, airplanes, UFOs, objects, etc. Also where can we find moving backgrounds to use in the greenscreen effect?
Posted: Wed, 21st Oct 2009, 2:48am

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Garrison

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Welcome -

If I understand your question correctly, you are asking about video producing software that can be used in VLS?

Just about any piece of software that will render (export) video to .mov or .avi formats that can be imported in FXhome video applications.

Moving background? Are you asking about stockfootage? They can be found on a number of sites that sell them.
Posted: Wed, 21st Oct 2009, 4:25am

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Axeman

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Generally, the best source for backgrounds in greenscreen compositing is to film them yourself. This is probably the most common. As far as backgrounds that you can't feasibly shoot yourself, websites such as www.istockphoto.com or www.footagefirm.com offer affordable stock that covers a wide variety of subjects and categories.
Posted: Wed, 21st Oct 2009, 5:16pm

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Fxhome Dude

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There is a ton of footage at www.detonationfilms.com which you can use in v-lab. From police cars blowing up, airplanes crashing, and weather
Posted: Sun, 25th Oct 2009, 8:08pm

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TheOutlawAmbulance

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SuburbanElement wrote:

Also where can we find moving backgrounds to use in the greenscreen effect?
If you mean random backgrounds try here:
http://www.movietools.info/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=1&Itemid=6