Bullet Ripple Test 2
Posted: Sun, 13th Apr 2003, 10:18am
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|This is the second (third really, but second good one) test that I've done for our upcoming Matrix short. This is quite a bit more complicated than the previous one, but I think it shows.|Posted: Sun, 13th Apr 2003, 1:16pm
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not so big diffrent i really.. but okey.
Posted: Sun, 13th Apr 2003, 7:11pm
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Did you watch both of them? If you don't watch both of them, you'll not be able to tell. I was skeptical if it looked much different until I watched the first one again. So watch both of them back to back.
Posted: Mon, 14th Apr 2003, 4:45am
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I need some criticisms here, folks. Your silence tells me that my effect is either perfect or it's the worst thing you've ever seen and you can't even comment on it. The whole reason I'm showing the second test is because I wanted to hear some feedback on it. So let's go! Get a move on! Heh.
Posted: Mon, 14th Apr 2003, 5:57am
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Again, a nice effect that i can't wait to see in a movie.
I think everyone on this site is grossly under-rating it. I say again: give me a link to a better ripple effect, and I will resign.
Posted: Mon, 14th Apr 2003, 6:21am
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I noticed today that the ripple in the Bulletproof monk trailer is almost exactly like mine. Check it out, guys. http://www.apple.com/trailers/mgm/bulletproof_monk/
It's about halfway through on both trailers. I'm not trying to go for an exact look to the matrix, I'm just making a ripple, and being original about it. But yeah, that one looks a lot like mine.
Posted: Sat, 19th Apr 2003, 3:19pm
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What program did u use for the ripple effect? it kinda looked like final cut pros ripple effect.
Posted: Sat, 19th Apr 2003, 4:40pm
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It wasn't final cut pro. I'm not telling how I did it. Not until the actual movie comes out anyway.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Apr 2003, 10:38pm
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i am most positive that he used 3dsmax. If u watch it before the second bullet fires u can see a ripple cylindar move across the screen on the left
Posted: Wed, 23rd Apr 2003, 10:41pm
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he didn't use a 3d program he prolly just did it frame by frame in photoshop. but it looked pretty bad...he was complaining in another thread about how people wont tell him how to make it look better but he won't even tell people how to make it look crappy like that.
Posted: Wed, 23rd Apr 2003, 11:32pm
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If it looks so crappy, why would you want to make it? And I used after effects for it, by the way. No 3d.
Posted: Wed, 30th Apr 2003, 1:26pm
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Aculag, which codec did you use to render this? I can't seem to get the video to play. It's audio only. I have hte latest divx codec. Can you point me in the right direction?
Posted: Wed, 30th Apr 2003, 11:57pm
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Greybro, it's just quicktime encoded with .mp4. So you need the latest version of quicktime to see it.
Posted: Fri, 9th May 2003, 4:37pm
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Hello. My name is casey. Tonight I am making a short film that combines the matrix with star wars and all of those cool effects that are in each movie. I was watching some Matrix movies in the cinema at alamdv.com and I was wondering how the freak you did that. That was badass! Could you give a brief explanation as to how you did that?
Posted: Fri, 20th Jun 2003, 9:51am
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care to shed some light??