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Transforming objects and people into different things

Posted: Sat, 21st Jun 2003, 9:31am

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Vault FX

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Does anyone know how to transform objects or people into other things i.e. a boy into a ball or something like that

Thanks In Advance

Dalder
Posted: Sat, 21st Jun 2003, 9:44am

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Exclamation

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A morphing program, but it'll warp the background, so do a morph then bluescreen it with ae and put it all together.

Ps. I am waiting on those images to make plugins.
Posted: Sat, 21st Jun 2003, 9:48am

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Vault FX

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thanks i'll look into it and i'll send u some pics now if it is ok

Thanks

Dalder
Posted: Sat, 21st Jun 2003, 4:24pm

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AndrewtheActorMan

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Use WinMorph, its a great and FREE program. Just when u do a morph on a blue screen, make a box around the pictures your morphing so the bground stays even... u will see when u get the program (if u do)
Posted: Sat, 21st Jun 2003, 4:34pm

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Marek

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yes i agree winMorph is great... and free. its very easy to use.
Posted: Sat, 21st Jun 2003, 8:51pm

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Vault FX

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Hi thanks for the replies but the only thing is a don't have a clue on how to bluescreen and i don't even have one, so does any one have any other suggestions?

Thanks Again

Dalder
Posted: Sat, 21st Jun 2003, 9:18pm

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Aculag

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First of all, I think that if you don't know how to bluescreen something, you really need to learn because it's INCREDIBLY simple. You need to tell us what programs you are using, so we can accurately tell you what to do.
Posted: Sat, 21st Jun 2003, 9:21pm

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Vault FX

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I've only got VideoWave 5 does that help?

Dalder
Posted: Mon, 23rd Jun 2003, 4:54am

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Aculag

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What does it do?
Posted: Tue, 24th Jun 2003, 12:56am

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Obi

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Even better! Just stop filming, remove your actor and place the object they're turning into in their place. Very low-tech, but works.
Posted: Thu, 26th Jun 2003, 12:33am

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neo_man89

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Yeah, use Winmorph or Elastic Reality
Posted: Sat, 30th Aug 2003, 3:43pm

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C3PO

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Also there is MorphMan 4.0, available for about $100. Very effective.