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Film Look Tutorial - Blender

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Counterpoint Life shows us some techniques in Blender to add that cinematic film look to your video footage. Do you guys use Blender with real video footage?

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2 Comments

  1. Hi Yanal !

    Thank you for all your work and for this tutorial in particular . Excellent , very interesting. I suppose that there is a particular interest to use a lens distortion rather than a simple Ellipse Mask for vignetting , but I don't understand wich one .

    Jean-Pierre.

  2. bayesianhorse on

    I normally add the video clip as an input source rather than use a rendered scene. I can still scale and zoom through nodes, if necessary, but it is less intuitive, of course.

    The "refilming" setup has some advantages however:
    * you can animate text or other images in front of the video
    * you can animate the movie time using ipo curves for arbitrary speed control (not that easy with the speedcontrol in VSE)
    * you can use motion blur for fast-forward effects

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