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    Zachariah's Avatar
    September 2006
    302 Posts

    Just a quick tutorial on how to slow time in order to achieve better pupetteering performances.
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    Gamerman12's Avatar
    November 2009
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    Wow, this is really great! Probably going to stick to keyframe controls, but it's definately good if you want to make a quick shot. Good job Zach!
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    September 2006
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    Wow, this is really great! Probably going to stick to keyframe controls, but it's definately good if you want to make a quick shot. Good job Zach!
    yeah keyframe controls are awesome, but using the area selection on the motion editor can get you mostly the same thing, but as an additive layer. I should have gone into that in the tut, but I messed up the first take and forgot to do it in the secnd one.

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    October 2006
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    Nice work Zach!

    Not that this particular shot needs it, but for other hand-held shots it would also look cool to do another subtle puppeteer pass using only the camera's roll/rotation to give that extra 'unsteady' feel.