Join Chad Perkins for an in-depth discussion in this video Animating the virtual camera, part of Ultra CS3 Essential Training.
Now, we are going to use a similar Virtual Set what we saw in the last movie to animate…or basically kind of simulate our own VirtualTrak.…Seeing as how most Virtual Sets don't have animation this really comes in handy. So what I want you to do is go…over to the Pan & Zoom tab, by the way if you would like to follow along, I'm using this project,…this session called Animating you will find in the Chapter 6 folder of the Exercise Files.…So, come down to the Pan & Zoom. Now you'll notice that I have the Input Clip selected…but it really doesn't matter what you have selected because we are actually zooming and panning everything in the entire shot.…
So, the first thing that we need to do is Enable Pan & Zoom and these Pan & Zoom Points are essentially like keyframes.…So right now by default we have a keyframe at the first frame which is at 0, all 0 time code…and then we have our second keyframe at the end which is ten seconds in.…Notice that when I click one of these time points,…the time in the Output Preview monitor automatically jumps to that particular frame.…
- Placing and fine-tuning key points Understanding and suppressing spill Adding overlays and animated backgrounds Customizing virtual sets Creating reflections and shadows Animating virtual camera tracking Keying complex footage Creating HD projects with SD footage Working with audio Increasing Ultra's efficiency
Skill Level Beginner
1. Getting Started
2. Introducing Ultra
3. Basic Keying
4. Using Virtual Sets
6. Advanced Features in Ultra
7. Increasing Ultra's Efficiency
8. Shooting Good Footage for Keying
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