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10/02/2014 20:34:59

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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Made using Iclone and Hitfilm Express but this demonstrates the potential of what can be done with any 3d animation program and Hitfilm Express (2d motion tracking was used)

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10/02/2014 21:54:51

urbanlamb
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lol very cute toonarama i had a few projects like this in mind "merging cartoon and real filmed background" (one day i will you know do this stuff)
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10/02/2014 22:22:29

Wizaerd
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I've been doing these types of things in AfterEffects, but the one thing I've always kinda wished for in iClone and even Muvizu is a way to export the camera, so while in AE or HitFilm, being able to create a camera that matches the camera in the 3D environment. Like how AfterEffects and Cinema 4D can share the same camera.
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10/02/2014 23:46:04

fman00
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I was grinning the whole way through that film. Absolutely wonderful stuff.
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11/02/2014 09:17:51

toonaramaMuvizu mogulExperimental user
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I should perhaps clarify that it is not my work - far too clever for me!
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13/07/2014 15:51:14

devious
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Thanks for posting this Toon!
I've been trying to learn Hitfilm and create some of the
scenes this video shows. The video certainly helped to clarify
that some of my goals were attainable. The shadow from the
dragon on the building technique was the most valuable.

The mouse on the bus scene was brilliant!
Thanks again mate!
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22/11/2014 21:15:39

mrmuviz
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Great video, lighting is key when mixing animation with live footage.
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