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Brandon
07/19/2016
Hey Andrew, in the opening portion at 00:22. How were you able to composite the 3d objects in front of Sam? Was Sam shot separately on a green screen?
carmen
04/15/2016
where can i get the smoke????
Naeem Samuel
09/16/2015
Please send me tutorial of how to make a fire on text and also send plugins of aftereffects cs3 & cs6
mahamud hassan
07/17/2015
i love video copilot
Angus
06/22/2015
why on earth don't they sell 3ds max as a program anymore? now it costs 120 bucks a month for a subscription, trying to get rid of hobbyists
Sawyer
06/16/2015
Hey good tutorial. I also combined it with the greyscale gorilla tutorial https://vimeo.com/68728876 to experiment with the new CC after effects that includes cinema 4D. I found that by using the AE camera lens blur effect and setting blur map to your depth pass layer, you can apply a depth of field to your 3d objects that matches your shot. For example in the project file for this tutorial, there are some out of focus elements in the foreground, so by exporting the 3d track data to C4D, you can build a 3d scene where you can add objects to the parking garage complete with depth of field.
Martin Douglass
04/25/2015
I am trying to do a Z Depth on a 3D skull and it disappears when I do the Z Depth. Thoughts?
Fury
04/06/2015
what is your 3d app
pejman
06/25/2014
thank you very match .. i love you androw and video copilot
Ambwene mwansasu
05/09/2014
goood
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133. Depth Compositing
• Use a Z-pass render to combine 2D stock footage
• Use most 3D programs like 3D max, C4D & even Element 3D
Posted on Sep 06, 2012
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