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Multimediac
08/29/2015
Just an added tip… if it's white smoke… it means you blew a head gasket and water from the radiator is leaking into the pistons and making steam; if its black smoke… you are burning oil; and if its green smoke, the flux capacitor in your DeLorean is about to blow.
Nick
09/05/2013
Hi !
Does anybody knows the difference between this smooth technique and the Reverse Motion Tracking used in tut 43 Demon Face Wrap. Doesn´t the Reverse Motion Tracking technique works better, cause you don't have to crop or tile the footage at the end ?
Owen Walters
09/24/2014
Reverse tracking does not stabilize footage. Therefore while it does not require cropping it also doesn't do anything to the original footage. It just gives extra data.
J2U
03/12/2013
dentist then snake biting you in the face, wow that escalated quickly
sudip mahanta
03/04/2013
it nice but i want to know abut null object. please give me some tips abut null object.
Chris
08/27/2013
Hi there, A null object is a placeholder for any information. It can be used for more than just stabilising but the 'Tracker' needs somewhere to store the information to. Plus, with a null object, you can parent objects to it so you can use the track option of the 'tracker' instead of the stabilise option,
Hope this helps.
Paramore
09/18/2012
nice tut. awesome Andrew!
sajidmadamveettil
07/30/2012
good
Pete
06/21/2012
Nice Work
ilovegrafix
06/09/2012
did you guys film this? this looks JUST like a museum by my house in hemet!
nehemiah
04/26/2012
u are a fricking genius
Agnes
04/17/2012
Just amazing! This is really great thanks for sharing it!!!
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64. Stabilize Shaky Footage
• Learn advanced techniques for stabilizing footage in AE
• Composite realistic smoke behind vehicle with paticular
Posted on Apr 12, 2008
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In this 2-part tutorial you will learn a great technique to stabilize shaky footage and we'll cover compositing smoke behind this moving vehicle with Particular. Thanks to Mark Christiansen for his great technique for this tutorial. Check out his book 'Adobe After Effects: Studio Techniques'.