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Bullet trail

Posted: Wed, 22nd Jan 2003, 3:36am

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ihateemo

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you know in the alamdv2 trailer when they tried to copy neo bending backwards? those bullet trails looked great but i haven't been able to find them. i have found 2 bullet trail plugins but they're not what i'm looking for. could someone tell me if the "neo" bullet trail plugin even exists sad ?
Posted: Wed, 22nd Jan 2003, 4:05am

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Hajiku_Flip

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If I remember correctly, I think that effect was done with just smoke plugins lined up after one another. Plugins to make plugins! razz
Posted: Wed, 22nd Jan 2003, 4:37am

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Ice_Man

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it's been a while since I've seen it, but if I'm remembering it right, I thought it was this plugin :

http://www.csb-digital.com/alamdv/plugins/plugininfo.php?id=601

with the transparency turned up, to make it look less solid.

I may be wrong, but just tryin' to help. . .
Posted: Wed, 22nd Jan 2003, 2:29pm

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Andreas

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its not that plugin couse that plugin is newer then the trialer. i think its like Hajiku_Flip said. cool
Posted: Wed, 22nd Jan 2003, 2:31pm

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Ice_Man

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I see, that would definitely make it harder for them to have used it in the trailer, then wouldn't it? smile