Wednesday, November 10, 2010

TWIXTOR ADOBE AFTER EFFECTS PLUGIN


twixtor testing - Nyram footage from Tibor Huđik on Vimeo.



So I've started using Twixtor for doing slow motion... It manages to create smooth slow motion even if you don't have enough frames per second to support it... This video is demonstration what can you get using Twixtor.
Raw footage is 720p *.mov with 60fps ... Twixtor can (supposedly) transform it to around 1000fps and still make it look smooth !

I'm using adobe suite cs5 for about a week for now and I fell in love with it ... since now I used cs4 and I never thought that cs5 could bring so much better stuff and innovation...

for instance, adobe dynamic link now actually works as its supposed to work ! without hogging entire memory and processing power !

I'm looking forward to this weekend, I'll be recording old friends from my Parkour days, hope they can deliver some awesome stuff so I could make one bad ass video ! :)


I'll post video when its done, of course :)

65 comments:

  1. Cool, seems like a worthwhile program then, I'll have to check it out

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  2. nice, super smooth transitions, like that twixtor program it looks like it works really well.

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  3. I'm sure you can't stop using it. I'd like to have a camera and edit my videos with that thing. Good job!

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  4. cool cant wait to see it done bro

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  5. Awesome dude, I cant wait to see what you bring back with you next week.
    That is a really sweet slow-mo effect; at first I was thinking you didnt need the software, but then I realized it probably does a better job of slowing things down than Vegas or Adobe Premiere. :)
    Have a good one mate.

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  6. I use Adobe CS5, and it's my fav :D

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  7. I can't wait for the vid, it'll be amazing!

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  8. damn that's a cool plugin! i will definitely be on the lookout for it. it's nice when a plugin just does one thing and does it well. good find.

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  9. that gives me something to think about

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  10. looking forward to your next update

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  11. Hurry up and post the finished project dude!

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  12. The site is so relevant. Daily reader. *REFRESHIN*

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  13. awesome post, post another soon

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  14. Great, not I gotta Google this to see how it works.

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  15. Can't wait until you bring back the footage from this weekend :DDDDD

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  16. such a great read! love ur blog :)

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  17. wow what a change, go technology

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  18. this is a good follow up to your last one

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  19. Interesting program, will check it out

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  20. Show us your magic with your camera !

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  21. Show us your magic with your camera !

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