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Kim Kinser November 28th, 2005 04:16 PM

Fun with Photo's
 
Ever have to do anything for a bar/bat mitzvah?

Here is something I did for the neighbors.

http://kimtv.neptune.com/index.html?...um=kimtv208653

the password is "vcuser"

KIM

Curt Talbot November 28th, 2005 06:52 PM

Great job Kim! The neighbours must have loved it.

Can you explain the technical side of what you did, especially the last song?

Thanks

Curt

Steven Gotz November 28th, 2005 09:11 PM

Very nice. All of those mouth and face movements must have been time consuming. But worth the effort.

Pat Sherman November 30th, 2005 12:59 AM

I can't even imagine doing all that keyframing.. That is crazy, although you could probably use Liquidify in After Effects to accomplish something very similiar but still..

So I really couldn't tell or didn't pay enough attention was that a green screen stage shot with like Ultra? It looked alot like the Ultra sets..

Peter Jefferson November 30th, 2005 03:58 AM

that looks like ultrakey??
if it is, just wondering what your thoughts of it are??

Kim Kinser November 30th, 2005 06:47 AM

Green screen? Absolutely.

All of the non-photo segments are done with Serious Magic's Ultra. (I think it is the best thing I have ever used)

I was expecting a dress dress but she showed up in jeans. SO I had to think fast about a set that could help mask the jeans. The set is the lecture hall set (which has a convenient podium).

The animation of the photo's was done with Crazytalk from reallusions software. Keep in mind that crazytalk will only help you animate one person on a photo so you will need to treat it as several photo's and then composite the heck out of it to get a group of people singining.

There is nothing cooler than seeing your work on a big screen with great sound and having the audience already know and care about the people in the video. There is no downside to this type of presentation. Makes all the time invested seem that much more worthwhile.

KIM

Pat Sherman November 30th, 2005 06:50 AM

I like the Ultra products vector keying..

Ben Lynn November 30th, 2005 08:21 AM

Awesome work Kim! That was really nice from start to finish.

The kids mouths moving reminded me of Childs Play......

Great stuff.

Ben Lynn


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