1. Slow Motion From Pictures! [After Effects Pixel Motion Tutorial]

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    from ☞ Michael DeVowe Added 184K 3,812 266

    Create a super slow motion effect from images in After Effects! All you need is two or more photos to create this effect. Pixel Motion is used in After Effects. Please bestow a ♥ like or leave a ✉ comment if you have questions! 0:18 - Slow Motion From Photos Example 1:00 - Tutorial Start (tips and important information) 2:51 - How to Create Slow Motion From Pictures (method explained) http://devowe.com/slow-motion-from-pictures-after-effects-tutorial/ ☞ TIPS: ✏ Rotate around your subject - your axis of rotation should be around the subject in the photo. ✏ Choose subjects with little background detail to achieve the best Pixel Motion effect. ✏ Keep the motion between images very, very subtle. Practice rotating around your subject once or twice before you take the picture. ✏ Remember to have your camera on manual EVERYTHING: Aperture, Shutter, Focus, and White Balance. This will ensure the fastest multi-burst from your camera (DSLR or point-and-shoot). If you are shooting at a higher ISO, turn off in-camera noise reduction. ✏ Rename your files to numbers or alphabetical order - After Effects sometimes won't create a proper JPEG sequence with filenames such as "IMG_9738.JPG". In this example, I renamed my photos by chopping off the first 5 characters (making the filename "738.JPG") with a file renamer. ✏ Resize your images to your output WIDTH (1920 for my project). I created an action in Photoshop that automates everything. This will speed up your overall production and processing time. ☞ You can also use this method by zooming into your subject (instead of rotating) while shooting the images. Do this by either zooming with the lens, or physically stepping closer to your subject. Remember your manual focus here. UPDATE: How to resize your photos/images: ✏ Download my Photoshop preset: http://bitly.com/resize-for-1080p-HD ✏ Follow the included instructions REMEMBER that the photos you run through this Photoshop action WILL be overwritten. What I do is create a new folder called 'resized', copy my originals into it, then run the Photoshop action on the 'resized' images folder. After that, I chop off the first five characters of the filename with a file renamer such as File Renamer Basic (http://bit.ly/File-Renamer-Basic). To see other After Effects tutorials (including 60p to 24p Slow Motion Conversion, SUPER Slow Motion, TRUE Color Correction, and more), go to: http://vimeo.com/channels/aetuts http://devowe.com/ Audio: Zoom H4n + Redhead Windscreen

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    • Hayfever

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      from Ke Nguyen Added 14.8K 386 63

      Experimental stop motion photography / animation in London's Greenwich and Regents Park. Inspired by Jozef Papp's Flowers video http://vimeo.com/2732130 Amateur film winner - G-Tech Driven Creativity 2010 Bolzano Short Film Festival 2010 Massive thank you to Sam Cowan for writing the music. Shot on a Lumix GH1 stock lens and manual Nikkor 50mm f1.4. Edited and graded in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5 with Magic Bullet. Tracking and frame blending in After Effects CS5.

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      • Time warp / Pixel Motion / After effects - Tattoo Doco

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        from Peter Miranda Added 1,871 22 20

        Just testing out some cool effects in after effects using timewarp, pixel motion I used a 5D mark II, 17 - 40mm f/4 lens On a merlin system..

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        • Rather Severely Pickled!

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          from Travis Czekalski Added 11.5K 130 16

          Animated installation inside the Stonewall Center in downtown Columbus, Ohio. This was 2 week project from concept to finish. Animation by Jon Stommel and Travis Czekalski, collectively known as "Rather Severe", the photos were sequenced in After Effects to "Pickled!", off of Flying Lotus's new album Cosmogramma. Update: Thanks to woostercollective.com for hosting our video!

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          • slow motion at 2000 % with after effecs

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            from Héctor Maseret Added 1,097 9 14

            slow motion w/after effects cs4 using pixel motion

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            • DSLR Slow Motion in Premiere Pro CS5/After Effects CS5

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              from Jason Levine Added 8,512 53 13

              This brief video showcases several different native methods of slow motion in Premiere Pro CS5 and After Effects CS5. Time Warp (in both Pixel Motion and Whole Frame), Frame Blend Time Remapping (directly in a Premiere Pro sequence) and '60 as 24 frame Interpretation' methods were all used. The latter (interpret as...) was a tip by my pal and colleague Karl Soule. In short, the differences between the various 'flavours' are quite dramatic in some spots. The key here is that though there aren't any extreme motion elements, the results are even more telling with the subtle movements. The premise was to use the same 'speed' in each clip, which was effectively playing back at 30% speed (ie, about 1/3 real-time). Minimal grading was done on the clips (first clip is Magic Bullet, others are 32-bit Fast Color in Premiere), and the waterfall shots are straight from the lens...no grading! All shots captured at 1/60, F10 *except* the very first (which was actually F14). It was 110f and so damn sunny, I could barely see...but the Zacuto Z-Finder 2.5x was my absolute SAVIOUR! More details coming to the blog soon. Hope you like it. Camera: Canon 7D at 60fps (1280x720p) Lens: Canon EFS 18-135 w/ND filter Computer: MacBookPro COREi7, 8GB Music by: Jason Levine and Fred Fung entitled, "Peak Dark Blip Clave" (c)(p) 2005 BoodahJooMusic (BMI)

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              • Town in Pixel Motion

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                from Daniele Grosso Added 1,972 39 12

                Photographs with pixel motion frame blending. Thanks to: http://vimeo.com/digitalanthill http://www.digitalanthill.com/category/pixel-motion

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                • Singularity

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                  from Eva Fontana Added 16.4K 76 9

                  This is a simple video created using only still pictures (about 60), animated with pixel motion. Were also included some vintage style effects, like kaleidoscope and strobe. I hope you like it! Shot with Canon EOS 650D and edited in Adobe After Effects. facebook.com/eva.fontana.52

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                  • Canon T2i: Time remapping With Twixtor in After Effects

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                    from Eoin Pollock Added 1,289 8 8

                    Test to see If i could get smoother ramp slow-motion, and use Twixtor without the sound going out of sync. Filmed with a Canon T2i, Kit lens, Magic Lantern ISO: 100 Shutter: I think around 500 Aperture: No idea. Resolution/Frame Rate: 720P 59.94 FPS

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                    • Pixel motion test 720p

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                      from Anton Zagoskin Added 238 2 7

                      This is just a test of pixel motion technique described in this tutorial: http://vimeo.com/10522454 My workflow converts a number of still shots into slow-motion video. I used some of my old summer footage for this, so it doesn't work 100% perfect but still creates interesting effect and number of possibilities Also you might be interested in watching this cool video with similar technique http://vimeo.com/7231932

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