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Old July 20th, 2010, 12:59 PM   #1
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Old July 20th, 2010, 04:37 PM   #2
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nice
how did you do those transitions that start at 1:21?
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Old July 21st, 2010, 03:40 PM   #3
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Hi Tom,

I selected a few frames from clips that didn't make my final cut, exported the freeze frames from Final Cut Pro as stills. The next step was to import them into iPhoto to reduce the file size but keep image quality. Exported JPGs from iPhoto into a new folder and numbered them 001, 002 etc so that I had an Image Sequence. I then opened Apple Motion and it saw my new folder with the JPGs in it as an Image Sequence ready to be edited, so it's easy to make it a group. Once you open the sequence in Motion, you apply Optical Flow (instead of the default Frame Blending), you've got a morphing effect. I exported the group animation as a Quicktime movie and then re-imported that QT movie into my FCP timeline and there it is. After some experimenting I found that the morphing effect works better with a smaller file size, so that's why I did that middle iPhoto step. If you bring in an Image Sequence of 1080p stills into Motion it will crash (at least it did on my Powerbook Pro). Hope that all made some sense for you.
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Hi Tom,

I selected a few frames from clips that didn't make my final cut, exported the freeze frames from Final Cut Pro as stills. The next step was to import them into iPhoto to reduce the file size but keep image quality. Exported JPGs from iPhoto into a new folder and numbered them 001, 002 etc so that I had an Image Sequence. I then opened Apple Motion and it saw my new folder with the JPGs in it as an Image Sequence ready to be edited, so it's easy to make it a group. Once you open the sequence in Motion, you apply Optical Flow (instead of the default Frame Blending), you've got a morphing effect. I exported the group animation as a Quicktime movie and then re-imported that QT movie into my FCP timeline and there it is. After some experimenting I found that the morphing effect works better with a smaller file size, so that's why I did that middle iPhoto step. If you bring in an Image Sequence of 1080p stills into Motion it will crash (at least it did on my Powerbook Pro). Hope that all made some sense for you.
very cool thank you!
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