Replicating a video file


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Replicating a video file

So I was scrolling through my footage trying to figure out what shot would be interesting to replicate and I came up with this. Let's hit Play. And I don't know about you but I think this is kind of amusing. It's just a bunch of camels walking in a row and I just love the shot. Like I said, I think it's kind of funny. So, what's better than 30 or 40 camels than 200 or 300 camels, right? To replicate video, it's fairly simple. You just select the video that you would like to use and press Replicate.

Now, before I replicate this, I would like to actually scale it down. So, just grab on one of the corners and begin scaling. Make sure to hold down Shift+Option so it scales around the center, making sure it doesn't go upside out like that and we'll get it down to around 20%. That looks good. Now press Replicate and you will notice we have an interesting pattern. Let's go ahead and scale that out, so these cover the canvas. Now one thing to keep in mind whe...

Replicating a video file
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Replicating a video file provides you with in-depth training on Video. Taught by Ian Robinson as part of the Motion 4 Essential Training

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Video
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Motion
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