A great tutorial on how to make slit scan video in After Effects. Great because it is well explained and not too irritating (as most YouTube tutorials can be) but mostly because it is short too!
Thanks to VCD 400 student Rachel and Jasmine for putting me onto this.
Recommended a couple of our fine 4th years … Film riot is a great YouTube series giving some down and dirty video advice.
This one covers how to shoot a driving scene without needing the assistance of car mounts! Ryan shows three different methods to achieve the effect! Including an old but cool technique.
Thanks for finding this Grace from 222.357 Video
Learn how to combine different clip speeds in the same frame in this Adobe Premiere Pro Tutorial.
Not exactly rocket science but a good intro to masking and time stretch.
Still a favourite of mine – Portishead “Only you” directed by the amazing Chris Cunningham.
The people were shot in a tank of water and then digitally inserted into an alleyway of a street scene.
Chris also directed Bjork “All is full of love”
From The NextWeb.com
GoPro has always been deceptively easy to shoot with and deceptively difficult to edit. While the company has made its name on providing a simple, waterproof action camera, the interface to clean up those videos was woefully unintuitive. Perhaps that will change now, as it announced the acquisition of editing apps Splice and Replay.
“Splice, Replay and GoPro will combine to deliver what we believe will be the fastest and most enjoyable mobile editing experience,” Nicholas Woodman, founder and CEO of GoPro, said in a press release. “We believe the accessibility, speed and efficiency of mobile will make it the predominant editing platform of the future.”
Splice is a well-known, well-loved mobile movie editing app that incorporates lot of traditional features into a smaller package. On the other hand, Replay functions a little more like a quick-and-dirty clip and montage editor, mixing stills and short videos with pre-done music and transitions.