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FPSC Classic Models and Media / how would you get a model animation in to real movie video

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Dark Angel_1246
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Posted: 26th Apr 2005 13:51
what program would you use to animate models into real footage like in the movies.

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Posted: 27th Apr 2005 08:33
CGI animation.

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Mr Snuggles
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Posted: 27th Apr 2005 12:24
do you mean reel footage?

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Dark Angel_1246
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Posted: 27th Apr 2005 14:53
yes real footage

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Posted: 27th Apr 2005 20:29 Edited at: 27th Apr 2005 21:12
I would animate the model and then render the animation to an AVI
file with totaly pure Blue backrounds. Then you load your real life footage into "Adobe Aftereffects". Then load the animation AVI on top
of the real life avi. (still in Aftereffects)
Then you simply Key out the blue parts of the animation AVI.
Just like one would do using a blue screen.
I hope that helps.
(in a bit of a hurry, Maby explain it better some other time)

EDIT : (Can also be made using "Adobe Premiere")
This link gives some nice information on how to use a "blue screen".
Wich is what you want to do but using the blue backround rendered in
the animation AVI instead of a real life "blue screen".
http://www.spoono.com/3ds/tutorials/tutorial.php?id=9
Dark Angel_1246
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Posted: 29th Apr 2005 07:32
Thanks dood

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Posted: 29th Apr 2005 09:30
No problem.
Just happy to help.
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Posted: 30th Apr 2005 01:48
Thats what i said. i said to use CGI animation. .

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Posted: 30th Apr 2005 01:51 Edited at: 30th Apr 2005 01:53
Whatever. Oh hay if you need more help on that kinda stuff i am really into it and i am apart of a site, you can get alot help from there and even get apart of it. If you want the link just tell me and i'll e-mail it to you, OK?

-alien

EDIT: they do all kinds of stuff like blue screening and green screening. alot use after effect. so they could really help you out.

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Posted: 30th Apr 2005 07:23 Edited at: 30th Apr 2005 07:36
Yeah i mite get a look at the site and mabe join when i get setup.
so basicly all the equipment i need is as follows.
> i have a modelling program called 3D canvus and i will probly buy gamespace as ive herad its a lot better.
> i will need AfterEffects or Adobe Premiere which do u surgest.
> And then all i need is a blue screen. is that correct or is their something else as well.

Dark_angel

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