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put fx,objects and multiple cloning infront,behind actor hlp

Posted: Thu, 3rd Jun 2010, 1:54am

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Asher

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i dont know how to put fx and objects infront or behind an actor. and i dont know how to make multiple clones running with out each clone dissapearing and i de also like to know where can i get moving chroma key backgrounds for free.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jun 2010, 4:13am

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Mow Mow

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Here is the fxhome compositing turtorial page;

http://fxhome.com/support/video-tutorials/category/4/compositing

It will give you a basic overview of how to get fx's in front and behind and things like that.

I found it to be very helpfull when i was first starting wink
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jun 2010, 4:23am

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Mow Mow

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I also came across this page;

http://www.footagefirm.com/freehdloopsppc.html?gclid=CIm03raIg6ICFQLEsgodvWcDFg

it claims to offer you to download 10 royalty free, free video BKgrounds.

Not sure if this is what you want, but its what i found, hope it helps.
Posted: Thu, 3rd Jun 2010, 4:56am

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Axeman

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Placing various effects or bits of footage in front of or behind one another is what layers are for, and they work just like if you were stacking papers: The layer on top will be in front of everything below it. This knowledgebase article explains the layers system a bit.

For cases where you can't just change the order of the layers, you use masks to simulate one layer being behind another. This knowledgebase article explains how masks can be used for this purpose. So does this video tutorial.