VIDEO: Crazy Driving!

Explore tips for shooting Car interiors for Post Production with Andrew Kramer.

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380 Comments

6 months ago
First of all thank you for so much! I´ve learned plenty from you. Second. I love your humor and i think it mixes incredibly well with vfx. You should think of it as a career choice! Ever done stand up?
10 months ago
Andrew Kramer? We have the same last name! Funny. Great video! Your tutorials make it look so easy. I love that you share your knowledge when others do not.

Keep up the good work!
1 year ago
Wow Andrew Kramer I'm your fan, you should make a movie friend, or ShortFilm about 10 minutes.

Andrew you are the best!
paul moody
1 year ago
Andrew, it is a real pleasure to meet a funny and informative man,like yourself!
Good at your trade, humble about it, share's the knowledge, but nevertheless, a funny bastard!
Rob
2 years ago
More blog shows please!! :-)
moin khan
2 years ago
hay andrew, ur doing really cool job....... i had seen n donwloaded most of ur tutorials..... n its very helpful for me for making shoetfilms... but i just wana no tat wer do i can download or get tat clip of moving way an al stuff......
Brian
2 years ago
Love the use of the Wilhelm scream in the texting & driving segment.
2 years ago
Remember....never text when drive!
ahahahah!!!!!
Too much funny!!!
Cedric
2 years ago
A new video for the blog-show is coming ? Cedric.
Koen van den Berk
2 years ago
what camera do you use it!?!?
Serge Nanovsky
3 years ago
Gotta love the gearshift knob being on P at that texting and driving moment :D
abdilah
3 years ago
you are the best ihave all your tutorials and i hop to be like you
diegooo
3 years ago
jajajajajajajajaja .... very cool XD



very good Andrew Kramer
jajaja
3 years ago
* Every AE Lover Must watch it. *
* http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pBIYcJSEGfs
3 years ago
hey man,
Wow amazing, Too Good!!!
VFX_student
3 years ago
Great job on the video! I love your sense of humor and how much you know and show us in your videos. Thank you for making all of the tutorials. :)
astovl
3 years ago
AK is in God Mode...
torki
3 years ago
thanks video copilot
3 years ago
JAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA BEST TUTO EVER...LOVE THE BACK TO THE FUTURE PART...
3 years ago
Oh my goodness the laughs don't stop in this episode! And I can't wait to get some car shots ASAP! Thank you so much, Andrew Kramer.
genobambino
3 years ago
This video hammers home a disturbing point: that Sam Loya is a really good actor.
3 years ago
haha i love ending :D
3 years ago
wathcin u for years now
have to say AUSUM!!!
3 years ago
Great Job man, this is pretty funny
Rajeev malik
3 years ago
Hi Andrew I'm your huge fan....I'm facing some problem when I'm converting my .mov file in to .mp4 or .mpeg its compress the size but also reduce the quality(very poor quality)
Please Suggests me How to convert my file without loosing quality.
thanks
3 years ago
I don't wanna be redundant, but You rock man! Great videos! You have been inspired me keep on!
Bastian
3 years ago
Hey Andrew would you please share de lens and camera configuration you're using to acheve blur in the rear-view mirror? Great post, thanks!
Frank
3 years ago
I love your tutorials so much. You've made me have interest in after effects cs4.But i need your help please can you help me on a tutorial base on creating glass bottle and putting human in it? please i want to learn.Am from Ghana
3 years ago
Wilhelm Scream :)
Robert
3 years ago
Amazing video Andrew .. :D
Can you please make a tutorial for the " car crash off the cliff "
we would all really appreciate it :)
Thomas Roberts
3 years ago
how do you change the night footage to daytime??! please help
M. Egyption
3 years ago
it's amazing
:D
3 years ago
Am still laughing love the humor, makes the tutorials real fun to follow.
Urbannator
3 years ago
hey andrew where did you get those background street videos?
3 years ago
Ha ha..
Good job,Dear Andrew.
duotone
3 years ago
HA! I see Andrew switched to a MACBOOKPRO! Sweeeeet.
Goozz
3 years ago
ohh, got the crash footage allready XD just need the background footage XD
Goozz
3 years ago
Andrew can you please share the clifffootage and that background footage of that clifffootage with us?
3 years ago
Hey Andrew,

What was the electronic music you used in the BTS video? Artist name and website perhaps?

Thanks!
Cody
mourad
3 years ago
very good job kramer
FromTurkey
3 years ago
Hey man you are genius !!!
:D
You are the master of the After Effects...
Thanks from Turkey...
3 years ago
Hey Andrew!your workstation looks great!can you show us the full view of your studio sometime?like a tour or something? And as usual, a useful blog show by the way..

I just bought your Demon Cam App.
Breath taking!
Sam Yeung
3 years ago
Andrew you have strong sense of humor. You always make people laugh, haha.
3 years ago
it's a lot of fun! Very nice hope I can do that too.
Arley Daza
3 years ago
It is very fun!.. :D :D :D and amazing form to show a idea... thanks for make tutorials and create news forms to present your shows... Thanks!
3 years ago
hahaha great video dude!
Tony Barrio
3 years ago
So, Canon 7D rocks!
Jonatas
3 years ago
lol man you are very funnnnnnnny lolololololololol
i love it
3 years ago
Genius!

Drinking coke, texting while driving lol

Anyway, "That's the power of love!" for Videocopilot
3 years ago
Absolutely brilliant and very entertaining I must say!!!
N.J
3 years ago
Man, You are crazy!! xD I love you XD The texting part is awesome xD I'we laughed like hell xD
3 years ago
Thanks for this andrew!
you rock!
Man_sokpisey
3 years ago
YOur are such a crazy man, but i like the way you do :D
Dave
3 years ago
Hi Andrew and people at this blog,

I was wondering how do you connect a big LCD TV as a output screen? Like in the movie at 3:40.

Thanks!
3 years ago
Wow you are awsome andrew
3 years ago
Awesome, hey stay on topic or create a blog. The GOOGLE translate service is not a great way to advertise due to it's nature to lack...certain standards.

Great Tutorial Video Copilot, funny and entertaining as well as informative.

I'm ready to try that new plug-in...and the mystery continues
Awesome
3 years ago
If I were to choose from Steve Jobs(who just died) Andrew Kramer(who's still alive), I would definitely choose Andrew Kramer....you know why? Because Andrew Kramer gives away a lot of things for free; even his products are fairly priced. On the other hand, Apple products are so much exceedingly crazy expensive that........ok, I think that's enough...everyone got the jist of what I'm trying to say...right? ;)
    ???????
    3 years ago
    I think that we should not compare the living with the dead. I also think that we should not discuss Steve and his actions ... Awesome, you do not behave nicely when writing messages with similar content.
    (sorry if something wrong has written, I do not speak English)
    Awesome
    3 years ago
    My apologies...actually I didn't really mean what I said back there...I just wrote it to give some humor to the content...in fact, I really loved Steve Jobs and every single peace of his product, I even used to research on him. My apology again...I didn't mean to hurt no one ;( ...By the way, what do you mean by '...I do not speak English' even though everything you wrote was in English! OR was that also a humor??? Hmmm, good question...;)
    ???????
    3 years ago
    No, this is not humor and the fact that everything is written correctly merit google translate (do not consider for advertising)
    Awesome
    3 years ago
    What's merit google translate? What should I not consider for advertising? And what's with you name being all question marks? Why am I asking so many questions? Man, I need a break...or do I???
    Awesome
    3 years ago
    What's merit google translate? What should I not consider for advertising? And what's with you name being all question marks? Why am I asking so many questions? Man, I need a break...or do I???
3 years ago
By the way, what are you shooting in? Framerate? Resolution? F-Stop?
3 years ago
Thus is my favorite tutorial yet. Homage to Wilhelm Scream and 80's soundtrack make this +10 kewl points. Andrew, these are coveted, and my wife keeps asking me for them. Guard them with your life!
LeAnn matrazzo
3 years ago
That was such an AWESOME video!! Well done!! And thanks for the tips!!
3 years ago
Thanks for an enjoyable, very funny video blog experience.
Amer
3 years ago
Back To The Future FTW!
Goran
3 years ago
Nice nice.. Love the studio :D
Awesome
3 years ago
Hey dude(I mean Andrew Kramer), when are we seeing Element 3D again? I think you are re-editing that plugin again and making Element 4D....right???
Anyway, hurry up before someone else copies the idea and releases the craken before you!!! ;)
3 years ago
Hahaha, your still the best tutorial guy on the planet Andrew, even if you do them in a trunk!
Nate
3 years ago
was that a wilhem scream at the end?
blay
3 years ago
God bless u andrew, cos i'm into biz cos of you. God has used u as a blessing in my life. stay blessed
3 years ago
Man I love Saving Ryans Private
Jerry
3 years ago
That section on texting and driving had me rolling....LMAO
3 years ago
Thank you for
doing this Andrew!
Vincent
3 years ago
Andrew! Can do make a tutorial of telling jokes!?
3 years ago
Andrew, I just love your tuts and guts!! Awesome! Thank you.
3 years ago
I literally cannot wait for your green screen tutorial for this technique. Literally.

After watching this video, now my wife has a crush on you. Thanks a lot, Andrew.
3 years ago
haha! always the best tutorial for AE keep it up andrew kramer
Jared
3 years ago
Nice Kessler gear! You have taught me so friggin much. I cant wait until Nov. 3 canon vs red showdown!
3 years ago
good works M.S.A team
Nuno Ferreira
3 years ago
Very good tips and an amazing and entertaining way of helping others!

You guys rock!
Fifik
3 years ago
2:38 plz song? :(
3 years ago
Your cracking me up Andrew :D
Maybe you should elaborate on the lighteffects on the actor, there are quite a few tricks for different situations (i can a remember one shot in a traincar, we had 3 guys outside with posts in front of the lamps to fake passing powerlines). this is also good for faking tv-light on actors or other light sources.

and now for something completely different:

any news on Element 3D? can hardly wait to see it!
Jon
3 years ago
hahaha quality, you crack me up Andrew! Love it
3 years ago
Hi Andrew
you can comment on how to achieve the quality of your videos, thank you from Argentina.
TheMysteriousMrM
3 years ago
That... Was... Awesome!!!
Barry
3 years ago
Brilliant video. Loved it!
3 years ago
if you'd ever be in Germany I'd like to meet you.
your stuff inspired me beginning with AfterFX.

Listen to my songs on my homepage.
Maybe you've some ideas for music videos ^^
durijebo
3 years ago
hi andrew

can you tell us what picture profile do you use with the canon DSLR?
sammygon21
3 years ago
Buckle up, mother.... nice tut.
Maritn
3 years ago
Hahahha! You guys are so funny :P
Nice Wilhelm Scream btw!
3 years ago
Love ure humor Andrew =) great tutorial !

I got a question about recording.

I just recived a Canon EOS 60D,
Would you suggest a Canon EF 50mm f/1,4 as good lens for recording clips to work with 3D tracking and greenscreen?
James
3 years ago
Funniest episode ever!!!!!!!!!! <3
brichmond95
3 years ago
will sam ever talk?
    al board
    3 years ago
    Sam had a few lines in "Payment Plan" ;)
John
3 years ago
as always, your humorous take on graphics has me smiling yet again. Excellent work as always Andrew.
Dave
3 years ago
Can't wait for the tutorial! What lens are you using on the 7D?
3 years ago
That was really helpful. One question: in some of the behind the scenes shots you move the jib / dolly. I didn't see any tracker marks on the screen. Did you just track off the car interior?
Gavin Howell
3 years ago
Very funny, well done guys.
Daniel
3 years ago
That was AWESOME on sooo many levels!
3 years ago
lololol....we have a secret passion for BTTF around here so crazy funny ending. lol. Loved it and thanks for the tips on releasing the notion of that strong key...the moving lights. Simple does it for sure...good stuff.
    daoyan
    3 years ago
    haha come on! Why should be a secret passion ? ^_^
3 years ago
Can't be perfect ?
3 years ago
Hi! Andrew.
I wonder why you forgot to leave the engine on . because sam has difficult times to turn the wheel without power steering.
3 years ago
hola un saludo desde argentina.
Andrew te seguimos desde argentina me gustaría si le puedes poner subtitulo a los vídeo para poder entenderlos mejor muchas gracias por todo videocopilot.
arrudawakening
3 years ago
Awesome stuff!!
3 years ago
Powerful Techniques Thanks For Sharing. I Like Your Sense Of Humor Andrew. Thanks To The Video Copilot Team.
Jesse
3 years ago
You totally rock, AK! Not only are your videos informative and inspiring, they are also hilarious! Who says learning and fun don't go together? Thanks a mil.
3 years ago
This is just getting better and better!!
alex
3 years ago
very good andrew you recived my text message :)
Amit
3 years ago
really funny andrew with help full tips
take care while Driving
Dave
3 years ago
Thats all well and good, but not everyone has a huge warehouse $300 worth of greenscreen and all the studio lights to make a shot like that.
    OddWord
    3 years ago
    @Dave - I once found a decent green wall outdoors with good sunlight. Look around, it can also be blue.
1skinnyb*tch
3 years ago
dat wuz sum funny sh******t! :-)
Erik
3 years ago
This was awesome, more behind the scines!
Back to the Future referens ftw :D
naldo
3 years ago
andrew, ayuda a configurar una camara fotografica nikon para hacer las tomas que haces vos. e visto que ultimamente estas usando mucho este tipo de camaras.
espero tu respuesta y me encantaria trabajar con vos.
    OddWord
    3 years ago
    @naldo - Are you asking Andrew to help you configure your camera to the same lens settings he uses?
VaL
3 years ago
lold at 03:35 :D
3 years ago
Love the creativity in ALL the process.
3 years ago
Hahhah that scene where it cuts to him in the trunk , thats so funny LOL
Placeholder
3 years ago
You understand humor man ! You're very(x999) funny :)
3 years ago
You are simply... the best! I never laughed so hard! ROTFL! You should really make comedies. Your face is extremely expressive. fantastic your blogs
3 years ago
Just watched it 3 times!!! that is just FUNNY as F*
Numkam
3 years ago
you are definitely the craziest guy I have ever seen, but it is certainly the proof that you are special, i mean a genius! I'm waiting for tutorial to see the new approach of ''cruise control''. keep going and best regards!
Numkam.
Sebastian
3 years ago
Best blog post ever made! <3
James
3 years ago
actually where we goin'....we don't need roads...
i love this part...fifth element 2
    daoyan
    3 years ago
    or... Back to the future 4
mundu ben
3 years ago
hey andrew, great tutorial of crazy driving.... am having this friend of mine and hes confusing me with e file formats in which i should edit my movies .......plize help to explain which type of file formats a needed
Jay
3 years ago
Sam's acting skills shine through 8)
bt
3 years ago
the key is color correction i think
OlympiaLogger
3 years ago
Another "can't live without" goodie for the toolbox.

Dang...you're going to make me a star Kramer!!!
Lucho
3 years ago
This must be one of the best blog shows ever. The way you mix comical lines with actual useful information makes it really enjoyable to learn

thank you very much
aamir
3 years ago
Where's ELEMENT AND NEW DEMON CAM TUTS ??
element was supposedn to be out at the end of august
and there were supposed to be new tuts every week fo demon cam!!!
    OlympiaLogger
    3 years ago
    The only businesses I know of that run EXACTLY on schedule, pay 15/hour, employee eight year olds and are on mainland China!!!
Ryan
3 years ago
Great stuff, I love the humorous tone of your videos. It makes learning (and remembering) easy and fun!



...and can I just say, I love Huey Lewis and The News.
J.Page
3 years ago
You are the master Mr. Kramer.
Nour
3 years ago
You Are The Most Amazing Person I ever Knew ! Nice Shots
You Are My Idol in VFX .... In Jokes Also ! :)
Tom
3 years ago
Would love to see a behind the scenes tour of your "studio" and the equipment you use to shoot with. Just a thought.

Thanks for the great tutorials!
dexter
3 years ago
awesome..cool..funny,,i love this blog..
3 years ago
Brilliant. I shall punch a midget in your honour.
hetors
3 years ago
Insane blog show!! and super funny!!
Bye
instructor
3 years ago
Hi Andrew,

I'm a video instructor with students working throughout the industry (including in fx). A lot of our students like to look at the tutorials on your site. I've watched and learned from them as well. But what I find really disconcerting is the fawning tone you allow on your boards/discussion areas. As an educator, we value a sense of openness and discussion. When you publish comments on your site you are turning into a defacto journalistic or educational entity. Yet, the comments are so heavily edited that you've turned them into yet another marketing tool. I understand that you run a business and not an educational institution. But consider the web 2.0 thinking that allows many contemporary retail sites to run critical and negative reviews. In the long run, this builds credibility. Right now, your boards have none.

If you're going to allow commenting, you should show a little journalistic/educational/web 2.0 integrity and publish the good and some of the bad. Otherwise, your credibility is shot. OR, simply get rid of commenting. That's a reasonable tactic because then there is no illusion of openness.

Our instructors influence dozens/hundreds of students a year. When students mention your site, we can say, "yes, that's a good resource for fx" or we can dismiss your site because it promotes a "canned" approach to fx (and not problem-sovling) and because the direction on the shorts is so bad and because of the fawning tone of the comments. This is not a threat, as much as I'm trying to provide feedback about the way part of your constituency thinks.

What you provide is training, while we provide education. To me, you're confusing the two. When you have comments on, it looks like you're enabling discussion which goes along with education. But you're not. You're providing training linked to a particular business model. It's not the business aspect that bothers me. It's the fact that the two--training and education are being conflated. When comments are on, it makes it look like you're trying to provide an education. But educational institutions are open to critique, something which the heavy comment editing doesn't allow.

Ron
    enigmatic
    3 years ago
    since when is DISCUSSION = education? The hole life is education, buddy. And if you want to forbit people saying their opinions about Andrews tuts/videos, you chosen the wrong job,...
    3 years ago
    Hey Ron,
    Thanks for the detailed message which I appreciate so I thought I would offer a response. We have pretty basic rules for moderation on the blog and forum and we rarely have to enforce them. On the blog you will be deleted if you post violent language or attack other people. Post Extremely off topic comments, (like links to your reel or website), or suggesting you are "First".

    On the forum, the first and second posts are moderated purely to prevent spam advertisers for drugs and other nefarious services whichs helps to ensure a real person is posting and not a bot.

    Our youtube and Vimeo channels are wide-open and the comments are pretty much the same style.

    I admit, I don't completely understand all your points but I agree and would personally love to see more expansive comments and discussion on the blog and forum about techniques and work beyond a showcase style platform but if you look at big sites like youtube and others, you may see that getting a collaborative and progressive voice is difficult.
    3 years ago
    @Andrew. Ok that's why my comment is been deleted.
    tvandang
    3 years ago
    Ron, just leave Andrew alone and let him do his work. i would hate to be your student if you are this picky on this harmless subject matter. there are so many horrible things in the world that you can response on. just concentrate on yours and us alone.
    Shawn
    3 years ago
    Ron, you show up and leave a rude message that you then excuse by labeling it "feedback." To his credit, Andrew allowed your message to be posted, and responded to your rudeness with grace. I've personally never seen one of my comments edited by Andrew or the VC team, nor can I think of a single one that was not approved and posted. I have been around here long enough to remember when Andrew first started asking for more meaningful posts (if you'll check the bottom of this page you'll see that he is still asking for that). You can sit around and argue semantics all you want if that makes you feel good about yourself. I will choose my terms carefully for what I am about to say. I personally am very thankful to have had an INSTRUCTOR like Andrew Kramer TEACH me the ropes (and the bells, and the whistles) of After Effects. I very much appreciate the EDUCATION he has provided FREE OF CHARGE. I further find myself grateful for the great number of tools and presets which Andrew and the Video Copilot team have INNOVATED and ENGINEERED that they have given away FREE OF CHARGE. You may doubt the quality of education received through Video Copilot dot Net, but I don't doubt it for a moment. This site took me from a confused wannabe to a pro (one of those people working in the industry). What did that education cost me? Not one cent. Just the time to watch the tutorials and play around with after effects. I didn't have to join a club or become a "premium member" to get access to the tutorials. I didn't have to buy the products to get access. I was allowed to download a great number of freebies (even the recent particle footage). If, to use your words, fawning comments were enough to influence my purse strings, I guess I would have a bunch of Justin Bieber CDs, DVDs, T-shirts, and other merchandise. Interestingly, I own nothing of his. Do I own any of Andrew Kramer's Merchandise? You bet. Why? For a number of reasons as follows: I appreciate what AK and VC have done for me. His products are fantastic, easy-to-use and useful, they have saved me time and made money for me, And to top it all off, they carry a price tag that is beyond fair.
    Andrew's Tutorials are relevant, detailed, accessible (read that lucid and understandable), and, because of his particular sense of humor, his tutorials are engaging. Relevant, detailed/thorough, accessible, and engaging are traits that any teacher should aim for in their teaching content. When a teacher consistently delivers on these points it should be no surprise that some of the students would appreciate it enough to express their appreciation with "fawning tones." My question is this, "Does anyone fawn over your teaching?"
    pj
    3 years ago
    well said shawn ;)
    Will
    3 years ago
    Hi Ron, I'm trying to use Key-light on you, but you keep going transparent!!!. I think you need to work on your jealousy as your looking like kermit the frog.
    Stephen
    3 years ago
    Ron,

    I am a media professional of 15 years, and have spent a good period of that as an instructor myself. Video Copilot is my second most valued resource. I consider the first being myself, and my ability to solve a problem on my own.

    You may be surprised to find many of your students passing your abilities after diligently studying the resources found on this website.

    Your point regarding comment moderation is valid. It would be great to have a more collaborative environment. However, as Shawn pointed out, this is a free service. It is a blog with great advice.

    daniel
    3 years ago
    I very much appreciate the EDUCATION he has provided FREE OF CHARGE. i don`t have any chance to study about visual effects course that is SO expensive!Andrew, give me a new ways of learning!!i am so thankful to him!!!!!!
    al board
    3 years ago
    I do not agree with everything Ron wrote nor do I agree with all the replies. But I do agree that there is no education provided in the tutorials on this site. However, I don't believe that education is the goal. The knowledge and materials Andrew Kramer so generously shares with the VCP-Community is a great way to interact with all the people who are into visual effects. Given the amount of work this site offers for free I think it is more than justified to advertise these great products you can obtain through videocopilot.net
    Anyway, I would ask Ron to continue sharing his views on the matter. If he manages to take this site AS IT IS and not make it into MORE THAN IT IS MEANT TO BE, we all might benefit from his experience and knowledge as well.
    Last but not least I would like take the opportunity the express my deepest gratitude for everything Andrew Kramer and his team have done for all those VFX-guys like me who would still be trying to figure out what you can achieve with visual FX if it wasn't for them.

    al board
    3 years ago
    Haha doesn't the guy above look stupid now. No offence, nor do I mean to attack him, but ask yourself the question? Doesn't he? After all, he was trying to be unique, only to have the guy ask us to disregard it all.
    Steve
    3 years ago
    Stephen,
    I agree with your comments, but your second paragraph seemed a little vindictive. I'd like to believe that although we are competitors in a professional setting, we are all friends collaborating on VC.
    Al,
    I like your comments, but I am curious by what you mean about no education being provided in the tutorials. The definition for education: the act or process of imparting or acquiring particular knowledge or skills, as for a profession. I don't know about you, but I think the level of education on this site is fantastic.
    Ron,
    I especially appreciate your comments. While I don't agree with everything you said, it is refreshing reading comments like yours, knowing that boundaries are being challenged, making room for a more progressive and creative environment.
    jack
    3 years ago
    Hey Ron,i think you just jealous how GOOD Andrew Kramer are and all your students learn from video copilot ~this website have cool tutorials,resource,plugin..and more ~so ...i believe all you student like video copilot more than you !
    al board
    3 years ago
    Hi, Steve!

    I agree that the skills and techniques we are taught through vcp are fantastic and I would have certainly loved to have had Andrew as a math teacher. But what I mean by "no education" being provided is simply the fact, that education is a way of shapeing one's character, teaching moral and ethics. Education does not require to go along with teaching specific professional skills. Education requires the actual interaction between the instructor and his students or else there is no way of giving your students feedback.
    The point I was trying to make was that Andrew does not have to EDUCATE us, because he teaches skills, not moral. The fact that Andrews way of doing tutorials is so funny to most people is an added bonus!
    I hope, that gave you a clearer picture, what I was trying to say...

    al board
    Steve
    3 years ago
    Hi Al,
    Yes that does make sense. VC is more of a "Peer Group" utility rather than a function of being graded and molded by an instructor.
    Thanks for the follow up.
    Stephen
    3 years ago
    Steve,
    You're right. That wasn't the intention, but I do have a somewhat competitive nature. Impressive that you picked up on it.
    chris
    3 years ago
    Go Get a Life u mo - Ron
    Serge-France
    3 years ago
    Hi Ron Andrew and all. One more time, Andrew Kramer offers is time job for a man who seems living out the web20. There's here no offense of course, but, Ron, sincerily, do you trace all your students on the web as a censor ? Do you know what are exactly the terms "to offer as devices free of charge"? Andrew Kramer is offering is (great)experience, so, by my sens, HE is a motivating gift for all AE supporters. So, that's here Ron. TO MOTIVATE! Ask your student what mativating education they prefer. Please do. For end, thank you Andrew Kramer. Web deserves men like you are. Professional, humourous, enjoyed, generous happy and so and so. If all the web-surfers were as you are Andrew, I will live in such a perfect virtual world. Best wishes from France to you Andrew and family. May the felicity be with you ! BTW, Nice response from you to Ron. So smart and peacefull. Thank you for this lesson of respect.
    bunny wayler
    3 years ago
    Ron, totally agree with you
    CJ
    3 years ago
    In a time of recession, I left my old company of designing cars and composite work to do what I dreamed: video production. Only a mere 1.5 yrs later, I am making 2X what my father makes. ( bless his honest and hard work, he taught me to fend for myself...)
    I considered going to a CC or even a Uni. BUT as I talked with students (after about a month of watching Andrews videos, and other tutorial sites on the www) I found they knew NOTHING compared to what I had learned in only a month.

    I started it all from watching VC. Granted you must be creative enough, and have a good business background to do what I do. I now have 2 interns from a large University, and they love sending them my way becase they learn so much.

    THE POINT of VC is to get you started. Then expand on your own with your own exploration. Never have I needed or cared about others opinions on this site, BECAUSE it is such an amazing tool, and delivers what I need. (even when I didn't think I needed it). You can apply any number of VC tutorials to almost any situation. I hope you see the value here, and that fact that so many have commented on your comment, shows how much this site is loved, and a leading educational forum for the world.
    CJ
    Peter Holmes
    3 years ago
    As a University lecturer, teaching VFX and motion graphics, I can entirely see where Ron is coming from on the 'training vs education' issue. However I think this was an attempt to make an academic distinction rather than attack AK or discredit VCP.

    I have to say I have always had a problem with the sycophantic nature of many posters but this is a separate issue. I do think its OK to express gratitude or appreciation for the resource but let's not kid ourselves that the free tutorials and plug-ins are an act of altruism. VCP is a business and the free things are, after all, loss-leaders for the DVD's and other things we buy from the site.
    3 years ago
    Ron,
    Your point regarding VC tutorials/VC Forum, etc., not being an education is valid though unnecessary. I have yet to see any statement or implication that they are providing formal education. What Andrew and Co. do provide is practicality.
    The tutorials are tools for teaching "real-world" applications of techniques and workflows that can be used immediately to help with the specific needs of folks in the industry or those that hope to be one day. While not an "education" in and of themselves, they are a significant part of an overall education.
    (Fawning Alert) The tutorials bring to life how exciting and how amazing the tools are that we have literally at our fingertips. I am sick of the web or DVD tutorials, or for that matter, the lame examples of concepts and subject matter from institutions of higher learning, that have no basis in reality and that only serve to show students how boring a particular subject can be and fail miserably at instilling a desire to want more. What if my algebra teacher "showed" me how important (by practical examples) the concepts he was teaching would be in my life one day? It may have impacted me to be actually excited about math and to be driven to learn more. But instead, he taught in a style that proved to me at least, that he had no concept that what he was teaching applied to life after high school.
    Andrew doesn't just draw circles and boxes and apply an effect to them and say "isn't that cool, go get 'em guys". He displays an example of a dramatic effect and then dissects it into its rudimentary parts and unfolds how to bring it to life for ourselves. If we stop with our learning there, shame on us. We should take what we've learned and apply it to what we're working on and expand from there. VC shows us what is possible and challenges us to do even greater things with the tools we have. (End of Fawning Alert)
    I totally disagree that there are no negative comments on this forum. I see them all the time. Typically, they're inaccurate or totally "out there" but they do exist. Really though, there's not much to complain about.
    As for educational institutions and faculty being open to criticism... Not so much in my experience. Grades seem to follow the willingness of a student to comply to the tenets of the instructor and to mould the way they respond in class and in writing to conform to those tenets.

    Mike
    Bart
    3 years ago
    ...and after all this comments Ron was fallen...))))))
    duotone
    3 years ago
    Ron,

    Are you serious?! Sheeze.

    You've got way too much time on your hands, and I'm sure you troll around looking for ways to spew your "knowledge" of web 2.0... yeah, where'd you hear that? Your son no less.

    So you're an instructor, eah? Well, those who can't, teach!

    No go talk at the mirror.
    Chris
    3 years ago
    Maybe this site isn't for YOU, but as a 16 year old high school student myself, this is the best resource I have for visual effects. Andrew is such a great guy for doing this, I think his work outweighs any negativity you may be talking about. Andrew provides a great service to his many followers by creating these useful tutorials and giving people who know nothing of After Effects a huge boost. I'm not ranting on your comment as much as just replying to it with my own personal opinion. I just believe that if you are using this for educational purposes, as you said, you should be thankful. He's making your job a bit easier. I have a video production class at my school, and we don't ever use Video Copilot. I never tell them about it either. Why? Because everything I create using these tutorials and show them impresses them greatly. I hope you understand my point of this message, I didn't mean to drag it out like this. Andrew just does some amazing and extremely useful stuff, and I think that the comments should all reflect as that.
Jesse
3 years ago
These Behind The Scenes tips are awsome! and useful too =) Keep it comming!
thedesignBot
3 years ago
Too fast and too furious man. Great job!
Corban
3 years ago
Haha great humor in this one.
3 years ago
LOL, you're a funny man Andrew.. but I've noticed you haven't been killing Sam as often as you used to. Is this an insurance/legal thing? Is Sam's insurance policy no longer covering work related accidents? :) Keep up the good work!
arasu
3 years ago
hi sir awesome i want to part of it............. im ur fan.......................................................................
3 years ago
I don't think the music was intense enough. It just doesn't match the intensity of the footage. :)
Willmer
3 years ago
Another home run Andrew. Thank you so much. I would like to see a full rotation from one side of the driver from within the car, push out, go around the car then back in the car from the other side of the vehicle.
3 years ago
Amazing work! The tutorial for this is going to be a GEM for my up and coming video project! I hate the way my green screen creases and folds though. I can never get it as smooth as you have it there.
rob d
3 years ago
Brill blod show andrew! longest fan ever!
Zvi Twersky
3 years ago
Can you do a tutorial on how you got the whole body to fit into the trunk? I'm never able to get them in whole.
Csaba
3 years ago
You crazy guy! The Best!
andrekramerfan
3 years ago
Andrew Kramer is the best , great sense of humor and talented. And the power of love song at the end... jesus, YOU ARE A GENIUS!
Ron in Calgary
3 years ago
That was so awsome, I larfed ! (laughed until I barfed).
ftbfelix
3 years ago
This is some serious funny stuff Andrew, I laughed more with this clip than I did with the whole horrible bosses movie :)

Next up? back to the future fx tutorial?

Oh yeah, Andrew, whats up with element 3D? i'm waiting to pay you for it :) or is adobe buying it for CS6 from you? :)
Craig
3 years ago
Wow! you have either made some really close connections in the movie biz or you are flirting with what type of crazy lawsuit you can get involved with. Huey Lewis & The News, Universal Studios Gee Wiz man. I wouldn't want to be on the receiveing end of those phone calls. Good luck there!

As always you have entertained and educated your minions.

All hail Andrew Kramer! or should I say Big Balls Kramer?
Enzo
3 years ago
LOOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLL i swear to god this has to be best video man, watched it 10 times and laughed harder every time :'D great info man. . hahaha you need to relax on those jokes dumb guy :DDDD
badhon
3 years ago
man i love your laugh and then the screming. awesome acting.
illd
3 years ago
Great entertainment. You guys need your own show!
3 years ago
Another good video, Andrew. You certainly show that it's the details that count. Hope it wasn't too hot in the trunk. Can't wait for your next video.
    OddWord
    3 years ago
    @David - The Janitor took Andrew's Office. :(
    If you can keep a secret, I think he is starting to like working in the trunk. ;)
Scott
3 years ago
Oh man! This is your best blog show yet! I laughed so hard, I jump-started my pace maker!
3 years ago
WTF? :) Absolutly... hehe, you are too cool. Great video and a lot to learn/laught :) Can`t wait for your tutorial.

Hey, what do you think? Is Canon 5D better in compressen as a Sony EX1R? We use EX1R for our production. Our first choise, the JVC GY-HD 251 was a fool... Bad compression...
murad
3 years ago
thanks for putting effort in explaining keying. altho it seems straightforward on the paper in reality keying can be a huge headache. looking forward for the whole tutorial!
3 years ago
More! More! More tutorial with chroma key! And explanation of lights, tracking, etc... You're amazing!! Please, non stop.
3 years ago
Oooooooh my god this is...
James
3 years ago
andrew....please help out.........i have panasonic sdr-45...and shoot is kinda noisy...i made a light...and nothin changed....is there a little tip for keylight?
3 years ago
What is that "red line thing" on 02:13? And yeah; I've tried this technique on my footages. Worked very well.. Will it be a tutorial?
TogTobias
3 years ago
Awesome! I totally had to watch the texting sequence a couple of times. Laughed my b...uttons off. :-D
3 years ago
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Nathan
3 years ago
This was great! I was going to request a tutorial on this! Great Job! Thanks again for the awesome material!
3 years ago
Dude! You always manage to make me laugh! Keep doing what you do, please.

-Simon
Mark Rakoczi
3 years ago
Nice one again:D
Derrick van Niekerk
3 years ago
thanks Andrew, very useful tips. We get so obsessive with clean keys that we forget sometimes it could be better if they're not perfect.

thanks for the effort of putting this together and sharing it.

- Derrick
jerome
3 years ago
What a wonderful blog show! You're incredible! LOOL! Really nice indeed
Alfred
3 years ago
I really appriciate these videos! Amazing how good you are at doing your job! Keep it up! :D
Stephen
3 years ago
HAHAHA!!! These are getting better!
mastermind
3 years ago
haha very funny andrew
A.R.
3 years ago
1.21 JIGAWATTS!!!! Freakin Awesome video, especially the ending. HEAVY!!
3 years ago
Quote: Sam:"you're a phenomenon and a legend"
I second that.
Interesting qualities you combine Andrew, very powerful.
Hennink
3 years ago
BACK TO THE FUTURE at the end!! Great JoB!!i love the trilogy!!
Pit Bydgoszcz
3 years ago
"Texting" was the best part :)))
You should definately shoot a comedy, Andrew.
Big THX 4 some fun!!
Michael
3 years ago
Hahaha, WIN - the Wilhelm scream at the end!! :D
koko
3 years ago
you’re the king andrew!
3 years ago
So funny!! And informative at the same time, no one does it better than you Andrew! Also I second the motion that you should make an action comedy movie, that would rock!!
3 years ago
What stuff are you smoking, guys ? =)
Anyway, Andrew, U should think about shooting a comedy action movie :)
    OddWord
    3 years ago
    @v.s. - Mostly smoking Sausage and Brisket :)
Michael Reedy
3 years ago
as always... great humor along with great information... Andrew, i totally love the text sequence... i wish to work with you one day as a visual effects artist.
Snir
3 years ago
Very Nice Andrew :)
Snir From Israel :D
lurv10
3 years ago
I love your style of making these behind the scenes. Not soooooo informative but entertaining as hell :D
3 years ago
Hey Andrew,

Love that you're using the clip from Conan's Cliff promo. We made that spot, and we used tons of Action Essentials stuff to make it. Wonder if you noticed?
Shawn
3 years ago
At first I thought it was Sam in the trunk. But then at the end I realized that it is the embodied spirit of Element3D. It wants to be free. To be released. To be on the open market. And it's feeling confined. Locked up. Trapped in a trunk so to speak. At least that's my Deanna Troi take on the whole body in the trunk thing.

If, by chance, I am wrong, and it is Sam, please punch some air holes in the trunk and occassionally drop bits of food in there. We like Sam, we really do!

Thanks for the fun instruction!!
3 years ago
Hi, Andrew! Excelent as usual, you're the Man :)

I was wondering what lense did you use to shoot this video, I have a 7D with 50mm. f1.4 & 24-105 L f4, and I'm looking for more cinematic look lenses for my DSLR.

Thanks a lot!
Jono
3 years ago
Love it! I was just thinking of Back to The Future when you kicked it into gear! Thanks for all these great videos!
Max
3 years ago
The power of love is a curious thing.
Oz
3 years ago
great vid dude

What jib are you using in the video Andrew? or does anyone else know?
Arthur
3 years ago
Hey, Andrew. What lens are you using on your camera? And that was Canon 7D, right?
Jon
3 years ago
Andrew, what you program do you use for editing? After Effects with Premiere Pro?
Tony
3 years ago
Hilarious! :) Love these short videos!
UNiGS
3 years ago
Hi ! That for music plays ?
nGAGE
3 years ago
Awesome stuff, but more importantly; Hilarious. So when are you gonna start producing your own show?
Jan Gryc
3 years ago
anyone know music ? or its a "kramer mix" ? :D
Sam
3 years ago
Andrew,

Your a freak'n genius! You have the best sense of humour and I couldn't imagine the web without these crackers for video tuts. Keep it up, your a phenomenon and a legend. Not forgetting good old Sam Loya too ;) Your partners in crime and never fail on delivering the goods.

Thanks Andrew Kramer and the Video Copilot Crew.
3 years ago
Left me smiling! Thx ;)
3 years ago
Hahaaaa... Brilliant yet again!
3 years ago
you're a damn genius, Andy! ^_^
3 years ago
whats with youtube? cant you post it directly to your site?
Holke
3 years ago
So great... Gracias !
kenrenan
3 years ago
Whoah! Very funny, and as always, SEGWAY stories..
Ruslan
3 years ago
Crazy_))))))))))))
3 years ago
Wilhelm Scream FTW!
Wimp
3 years ago
I laughed so hard I fell down from the tree I was sitting in. Great work guys!
superkiro
3 years ago
the best thing is your creativity of making some jokes and using your AE skills ..... your sense of humor rocks
FARO15ful
3 years ago
it is amazing.. ADAndrew Kramer you great!!
3 years ago
Excellent !!!
Thanks Andrew...
SeeBa
3 years ago
Great video - great show!
Very fun!

Would like to see more of studio

Greeting
Musa
3 years ago
The part where you were talking in the trunk and when putting sam in the trunk was so funny. :) Love your jokes men
3 years ago
Loved the video, though! Keep up the great work!
3 years ago
Ah Ah AH Ah, very fun :-)
3 years ago
Well that got me laughing on a dull Thursday morning, with only the prospect of 36 hours of footage to log before next week ... Maybe, if I had Element I wouldn't need footage?
Roy
3 years ago
you are amazing pal.......actually I need help i'm stuck on a video clip project for myself, it's just in my mind i've learned loads of stuff during the past 8 years(premiere,ae,pshop,maya,3dsmax,zbrush)and now I don't know where to start when having a new project,rather to use ae for my storyboard or pshop or premiere etc.....please just make a tutorials on basics storyline in your style,I think there's lots of people like me in the same situation. it look so easy when u do a video but in fact it's hard...thanks Andrew
Wille
3 years ago
Very funny and good video for a long time!
Waiting for tutorial..
CRoblex
3 years ago
Perfect, as always. Sam, Andrew... my reverences. Awesome video editing and sound compositing, by the way.
Kaminari
3 years ago
I love the combination of great VFX an sense of humor of VC!
You guys rock!!!!
3 years ago
LOL, very nice Video!!!
3 years ago
Amazing!!!!Good job Andrew!! Thank's
Pedro
3 years ago
I guess the 70% in keylight wont work out in ext. day.
    3 years ago
    Actually the technique I will cover in the tutorial is similar and will work with daylight footage as well. The trick is to color correct the result with the same key matte...
Byron
3 years ago
Ok, once again, that was hilarious. I like that I not only learn, but I'm enjoying watching your stuff. It's fun! Entertaining. I look forward to the behind the scenes stuff now. Oh, and release more products! I'd love to pay you more money and get more things! Or put up a donation box!

Also, you should talk to Eric Kessler and see about doing product reviews. I wanted to buy a Kessler crane before I saw your stuff. Now that I see You use it, I can ONLY buy a Kessler crane.
LoveVC
3 years ago
hi master Andrew :D
this is awesome :D
Cooollll:D
Cornell
3 years ago
Windmuff inside car at 3:30!!!
3 years ago
*Sam here in the front seat*
Reminds me of a certain pop song :D
3 years ago
Funny and interesting, as always!
Do you have also tips for stabilizing street plates?
vikash
3 years ago
thanks andrew i like Vin Diesel too and love the movie Saving Private Ryan..
ronib
3 years ago
so funny.
this short tuts are the greatests
Raghavan FX
3 years ago
Really Nice Tutorial.Hope you provide some stock footage to try effects like this.
3 years ago
Crazy guys! But it's time to but a BMW M3 Black :)
barhom
3 years ago
Nice I like it .
LetterKilled
3 years ago
I love you!


buckle up motherfu....
Maxi Claudio
3 years ago
Could you please list in the blog the lights you were using? I'm on a budget and aboiut to buy lighting. Also what crane are you using, if not the make, what is its length.

Thanks!!
    Clayton
    3 years ago
    I see an Arri 150W in there - that's the small light on the window. The crane is a kessler on dolly w tracks. Like to know what light that beauty dish looking fixture is though.
Trane Michael
3 years ago
Andrew, this behind the scene is awesome!!!
Nazmul
3 years ago
thats really cool.....by the way how long were u in the deck.......:P
Hassan A. Al-Tarooti
3 years ago
Good Moning


woooooooooooooow it very very good for my filming


Action, Mr. Androw don't forget us <<< we want tutorials for Bomb of CAr And Belding
Ryan Johnson
3 years ago
Andrew,

I think you need to be in the next JJ Abrams movie.. as comedic relief.

Just saying.
3 years ago
salam
kar 20 bidi
very goood bb lovey@@@@@@++++#$
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    nima
    3 years ago
    ????? ???? ??? ?? ??? ?? ???? ???? ????? :??
    it was very fantastic
Woodman
3 years ago
I actually laighed out loud, you are awesome and funny!


Or is that the same?
3 years ago
WOW! funny~ Thank you, Andrew. ^^
Jake Jabbs
3 years ago
OMG this was so funny. Great info too. You are the man, Andrew.
3 years ago
Will definitely try this out this weekend ...
Ricky Marelli
3 years ago
andrew you're better than sasha baron cohen
Ken
3 years ago
The best yet...your can never have toooooo much fun.
James
3 years ago
Is all this music from your new sound producer? its amazing!
3 years ago
That WAS Awesome!!! Loved the texting scene and part in the boot. (USA Translation "trunk")
dwaine
3 years ago
Lol, that freakin hilarious! You guys make the best videos...full of full and laughter! Great stuff!
3 years ago
That was perfect! Loved the Back to the Future reference at the end... this is heavy.
3 years ago
That was an awesome blog!!! Love your work, man!
Daluz
3 years ago
Ok. I just hope you have the authorization from Hue Lewis and The News to use their song...I can tell you that it can get realy expensive! :)
SImon
3 years ago
Been following VCP for a few years now and that's one of the funniest blog videos I've seen you do, nice one! :)
Tim Sherratt
3 years ago
If you are planning to do somthing like this you can make life a lot easyer for the driver/tyres by using a pare of scrub plates under the front wheels. If you are on a tight budget then you can make a pair from the tops and bottoms of chocolate tins (one tin per side) by just cutting them down to flat discs and sandwiching them together with a little lube between them total cost is about £10 with the bonus of having 10kgs of chocolates to bribe your production crew with.
    Shawn
    3 years ago
    Hey, that's a great tip. I'm pretty new to all this, and always tend to be working on a budget. Thanks for the tip!!
Travis Wade
3 years ago
You have come along way since I first found you on the web many years ago.. Keep up the creativity.. You are blessed..
Dave Filoi
3 years ago
Entertaining as hell man. great job you should have a tv show
Ashfaque Shaikh
3 years ago
Hi AK, great stuff as always... thanks for sharing. what camera you used for this??
3 years ago
total class,. vin diesel is also my fav. that part in Fast and furious when you see his silver eyes is just so cool.
sharaf
3 years ago
hi andrew thanks you... u are aking allow to to exoress my feeling to you by saing thanks for eveything theis tips and tuts were grait but above it all you are the greates iam agraphic designer and i learned alot from you so thanks alot ......
Andrés
3 years ago
Great! Excellent work. It was fun
3 years ago
That was fanfreakintastic. I loved it! Thanks for the tips. Did you do anything special with the camera to avoid compression noise so it would key nice and smooth? That was a 7D yeah?

Loved all the movie references ;) Thanks!
3 years ago
ANDREW KRAMER I LOVE YOU !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1
Étienne
3 years ago
Hahahaha that was your funniest video ever! I couldn't stop laughing! That's why everybody likes you, a part of being one of the best vfx artist, you are funny and make compositing easy and entertaining! Thanks for your time and for sharing your knowledge with the world! We'd need more Andrew Kramer on the planet! (not too much neither of course!) ;)
Danilo
3 years ago
Damn man, I love you!
:D :D
David Superville
3 years ago
keylight isn't complete until you throw in a wilhelm scream!
3 years ago
Amazing! Checking this out on my iPhone right about now!
One question Andrew: would you do some more tutorials using 3ds max in the future? I just started using it and loved the 3d ledge tutorial. I'd love to see more with that program :)
3 years ago
Great stuff! So does Same drive the Lexus?
3 years ago
One day, Andrew Kramer will become my lecturer and tutor for all my subjects and i'll never fall asleep in class again!
Boy that was the most exciting, intertextual video I've seen! And boy did I laugh :]
3 years ago
I just tried opening the door to my house with a chroma key!
    Alec
    3 years ago
    Why didn't you just use the doorknob?
    OddWord
    3 years ago
    @R-CANE - The best way to get in would be to, draw a mask over the door and set the mask to subtract.;)
    Ken
    3 years ago
    I thought using my adobe product key as a password would be brilliant. But now it says my installations have expired. I've been hacked and only got to use it once! :)
One word!
Love it!
Okay that are two words but man I like His humor

grtz From belgium
3 years ago
Absolutely hilarious, I definitely enjoyed this blog show was always! This was the funniest one yet!
3 years ago
Probably the best Blog Entry ever seen!
Retro!
iacere
3 years ago
Nice nice nice..

just amazing.. I had to laugh all the time :D:D
Actually you have great potential to be my favourite comedian :)
    Snir
    3 years ago
    +1 xD
KOZ
3 years ago
Buckle Up Mo Fo's! hahah I can spend all day watching your tuts..You make it look easy!

Koz
MASTER OF EFFECTS
3 years ago
WHAT A NICE LOUGH AT THE END!! HEHE

I REALLY LOVE YOU DR.ANDREW

ONE DAY MAY I CAN DO SOME THING LIKE THIS>>> GREAT WORK
AJ_21
3 years ago
LOL...
Back to the pilot... copilot
XD

I gotta say, I love the whole edition, awesome takes and most of all awesome music.
Aaron Leonheart
3 years ago
Hey Andrew, how may I work for you, even for free as a volunteer? 'cause it would be the DREAM!!!! Think about it pleaaaaaaaaaaaaase! ;)
3 years ago
Was this a tutorial? Looks like you're building material for your VFX standup routine ;) hehe
    OddWord
    3 years ago
    @Kert Gartner - Do you need the extra jokes for your tutorials?

    I like your Website Kert, Great tutorials!!!
Alzemir
3 years ago
Hello, Andrew. I found this very interesting tip. My shooting chroma key result in jitter and noise. Can I solve the problem with the guidelines of this video? Thank you.
roger
3 years ago
cool nice work :)
edza48
3 years ago
:):):)
nice work.....
Andalia
3 years ago
Oh yeah dude, wilhelms scream!
Dr_Stef
3 years ago
Which Vin Diesel movie was that? I must have missed it.
Anyway love the end part of the show. Hillarious!
And Thanks for the tips!
    Bryan
    3 years ago
    saving private Ryan!
Nikr0n
3 years ago
cool)
Как всегда на высоте!)
3 years ago
Great point about the virtues of shooting green screen car interiors versus driving on the road. I mean, you could even drive naked. I don't wanna see that. Just sayin'...
TRN
3 years ago
You are crazy man Andrew..............
3 years ago
Great tips and loved the video! Thanks
deejayforte
3 years ago
Laughed hysterical in my cubicle at the end. Good thing its 5pm. +1 Andrew
AJ_21
3 years ago
Man, I was looking in the tutorial window!
Anyways...Simply awesome!!!
3 years ago
Nice! :)

I loved that "back to the future"-thing at the end! :D
3 years ago
Thanks from Israel Andrew!!
Nice studio at 3:41!!!

You guys need to make some more blog shows!~!@#$@!~@#%$

(damn I need to buy a good solid camera =__=)
Sajjad Rad
3 years ago
it amaziiiiiiiing
3 years ago
Always great stuff. Thanks for the tip.
3 years ago
That was just the pants! I would have done so much better at school if there's been a laugh once in a while. Cheers!
3 years ago
Are you still in there? Haha, nice movie - you do a great job.
andi
3 years ago
That was so good I'm going to watch it again.
Romain
3 years ago
Wilhelm scream ! :)
Love your video and thanks for the tips !
    Denis
    3 years ago
    The famous Wilhelm scream! I heard it too the first time! Good catch :)
    Tony
    3 years ago
    For all of you folks who don't know the what they're talking about can check this out!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cdbYsoEasio
Rutger
3 years ago
Hilarious stuff thanks Andrew!
Alfredo
3 years ago
Always a fan. Just awesome!
Javier
3 years ago
HAHAHAHAHHAHA, I literally cried from laughing out loud. Thank you for doing this Andrew!
OddWord
3 years ago
Wow..... This is Awsome!!!

You like Vin Diesel? What a gas!
    3 years ago
    Ya :) that was a VERY serious part!
    Admin Smithee
    3 years ago
    We'll he was awesome in "the Iron Gian"
    OddWord
    3 years ago
    @Smithee - Don't forget about Babylon A.D.And Of course His ALL time Action Thriller "The Pacifier" ;)
    Gerry Clark
    3 years ago
    Diesel. Gas. Was that deliberate?
    OddWord
    3 years ago
    Is the sky blue? Is eating over rated? Is the Screen Green?
Nathan O’Brien
3 years ago
Great Job Andrew!

Love the tutorials, you are one of my biggest inspirations Keep it up!

COPILOT QUESTION:
Your video editing suite, Is there any chance you could upload some images of it? so we could check out the layout and configuration you use. Just curious!

Thanks
3 years ago
Loved the 'driving while texting' scene. These blog episodes keep getting better. Btw am I going to be spending this $149 I have in my wallet on Element 3d anytime soon?
    Rob
    3 years ago
    YES! I agree with Alan here. Really looking forward to Element... hoping it will be here before my birthday (october 20!!) :D
3 years ago
Funniest VCP video so far. Keep up the awesome inspiration guys!
    Brent
    3 years ago
    +1 on your name and your comment :)
3 years ago
Brazil
Cara demais suas edições sempre tento fazer seus tutoriais, muito bom.
'Face your issues too always try to do your tutorials, very good'
    3 years ago
    I'd hate to nit pick but are you really from Brazil? bc you used the word 'cara' which literally means face but in English this does not translate because 'face' is meant to be a verb in this situation, in which you translated it to or should I say from a noun. Again I don't mean to criticize I'm just wondering if my assumption is correct.
    Tony
    3 years ago
    Ha ha caught red handed, smells googlish trashlatianish :D
    Pankola
    3 years ago
    "Cara" literally means face in portuguese, however in brazilian portuguese "cara" can also mean "guy", "dude"...
    In this sentence he means "Dude your edits are awesome, I always try to do your tutorials, very good".
    And yeah the english translation smells of google haha.
Mitchell
3 years ago
Back to tha future!
    simon
    3 years ago
    For the WIN!! :) :)
Joraph
3 years ago
I Have to check this out.
VorpDAHACKA
3 years ago
Awesome... laugh the part at the end xD
3 years ago
Love your behind the scenes stuff guys
3 years ago
Wow Andrew you are on a roll lately! keep it up!
3 years ago
Love your behind the scenes stuff guys
Owen
3 years ago
Looks like fun!
    3 years ago
    no...it IS fun :D
    Wayne
    3 years ago
    How in the world did you do the car crash off the cliff!?!?!?! That was freaking SWEET :)
    Aaron
    3 years ago
    ...and how did you get Thomas F Wilson to be in your blog!?
    reply to wayne
    3 years ago
    he did it the only way is possible to... the andrew kramer way
    3 years ago
    Mr. Kramer I can always count on you for a good laugh and bundle of knowledge- thanks!
    kris
    3 years ago
    Andrew your such a fun guy. Haha
    3 years ago
    Of Course malones, kramer is awesome.
    Drinking Soda while driving is safe ( Only using green screen.)
    Subhash
    3 years ago
    I m also try to make this type of actions. But i do not have any equipment, Your actions are super
    3 years ago
    I have always wondered how to shoot a car from the side when driving in high speed. Now I feel just stupid :D
    Praveen
    3 years ago
    i always wanted to do this so can any one please help me out to learn this magical stuff
    tom
    3 years ago
    Did you have to get permission to use that song from Back To The Future?
    3 years ago
    hello my name efren such land and I am white and I want to veracruz mexico desirte maximum that you're a true fan .. I'm yours I love the way you design with after effects .. greetings to the next ...
    omar
    2 years ago
    hahaha... the car that fell is not a Lexus,, when you look at the text message you can see the difference
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