• Ultra Slowmotion+Timelapse ? No Problem !
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Experimental Trailer, more is coming soon ;) [video=youtube;4i1SKz2TVIQ]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4i1SKz2TVIQ[/video] Tell me what you think about it.
This is awesome!
Thanks !
That's really cool :D can't wait for more.
Woah holy crap Let me guess, the sky was a clear colour, blue or so, when you filmed the slow motion part? [editline]11th September 2011[/editline] Also, how many frames per second was the slow motion part filmed in? and with what camera?
[QUOTE=paul simon;32231893]Woah holy crap Let me guess, the sky was a clear colour, blue or so, when you filmed the slow motion part? [editline]11th September 2011[/editline] I masked and keyed out the sky, it was not that blue so it was a bit of work ;) I filmed everything with this camera: [video=youtube;8hPwUJ8tiYs]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hPwUJ8tiYs[/video] 60fps+Twixtor
Only 60Fps? Let me guess, Twixtor is something that does a some kind of pixel blending business. But hell, I thought this was at least 300Fps.
Yes, Twixtor creates additional pictures, so my 60fps become at least 300fps (about 2% of original speed).
Here's a short clip I filmed in 300Fps: [url]http://puu.sh/5tKt[/url] Could you give it a go with Twixtor? It'd be cool to see that slowed down even more, I'm really interested in how effective the program is on doing things like this.
What camera do you use ?
Accidentally rated you dumb :I I use a Casio EX-F1 [editline]11th September 2011[/editline] Fixed the rating :p
Talk about having air.. anyways, it looks really cool! Did you film the sky seperately before adding it to the background?
Excited to see more! That was an amazing effect.
Besides the somewhat glaringly obvious edge around what I assume to be you, it's pretty damn awesome.
Here is the full video, released today: [video=youtube;K1wclfVPi8w]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K1wclfVPi8w[/video] Tell me what you think about it !
Oh Frame blending... It looks bad no matter what.. Just look at his feet at 0:54 The way you've used it is cool, but frame blending never looks good when you've slowed footage down as much as you've done, just look at the area around the performer, you get ugly edges that looks like they're morphing together, and of course, that's exactly what they do.. The only way to get smooth 300fps footage, is by.. Getting a camera and actually recording in 300 fps.. I like the editing on the movie, and the footage itself is okay, but using Twixtor is the only downfall.
thought it was good, nice job. i liked it.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not hating on the edit, cause it was a mighty fine edit. I'm only hating on frame blending :P
I don't get you wrong, I know that it looks quite messy sometimes, but my cam is only capable of 60 fps, for that it was the best I could do ;)
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