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14/09/2016 13:49:28

Speedking5
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Ugh sorry about the editing I had to used the youtube editor for the text and for the cutting because My editor is on my old computer .


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14/09/2016 17:41:44

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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Thanks for sharing your tips, Speedking!... I'm not sure I understood all of what you were saying... but I especially like the idea of projecting a camera's view onto the face mask (at least I think that's what you were advocating...if not, then my mistake. But I'll be experimenting with that one...)
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21/09/2016 18:37:15

Speedking5
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PatMarrNC wrote:
Thanks for sharing your tips, Speedking!... I'm not sure I understood all of what you were saying... but I especially like the idea of projecting a camera's view onto the face mask (at least I think that's what you were advocating...if not, then my mistake. But I'll be experimenting with that one...)


Thanks yes that is what I was advocating. Also projecting the character camera view or multiple objects on to a backdrop for movement
edited by Speedking5 on 21/09/2016
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22/09/2016 00:31:50

PatMarrNCMuvizu mogul
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Speedking5 wrote:
PatMarrNC wrote:
Thanks for sharing your tips, Speedking!... I'm not sure I understood all of what you were saying... but I especially like the idea of projecting a camera's view onto the face mask (at least I think that's what you were advocating...if not, then my mistake. But I'll be experimenting with that one...)


Thanks yes that is what I was advocating. Also projecting the character camera view or multiple objects on to a backdrop for movement
edited by Speedking5 on 21/09/2016


I spent considerable time experimenting with this idea the other day. Putting a video DIRECTLY onto a mask can be a very trial and error task until you get the video centered on the mask. But an advantage of putting the video on a backdrop then projecting it onto a mask with a camera is that you can make adjustments easily just by repositioning the camera until the mask looks good!

Good idea Speed King!
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