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  • Sun, Jul 5 2009 5:23 PM

    • jpottenger
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    Advanced Timewarp & FluidFilm Techniques

    I've been searching for a good tutorial or some tips on using some advanced features of using the FluidFilm such as the paintbrush tools to remove motion artifacts when doing slow motion.  Anyone have any tips or a video tutorial on using the advanced features of Timewarp and Fluid film?  I've watched all of Larry's tutorials inlcuding this one: http://community.avid.com/media/p/410075.aspx but I haven't found something that goes into the advanced use of Fluid Film.

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  • Sun, Jul 5 2009 5:36 PM In reply to

    • TCurren
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    Re: Advanced Timewarp & FluidFilm Techniques

    Good point. I had one of the engineers at Avid actually show me how to use it. Made little sense before that.

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  • Sun, Jul 5 2009 6:36 PM In reply to

    • jpottenger
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    Re: Advanced Timewarp & FluidFilm Techniques

    I'd be willing to make a video tutorial myself for this feature if someone can show me the ropes.  : )  If I can give back to the AVID community I will. :)

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  • Tue, Jul 7 2009 10:21 AM In reply to

    • J. Difool
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    Re: Advanced Timewarp & FluidFilm Techniques

    TCurren:
    Good point. I had one of the engineers at Avid actually show me how to use it. Made little sense before that.

    And it still makes little sense to me.

    Thanks for the answer, glad to know you know how to do it and that you have friends in high places.

     

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    Wow, I reckon that's probably the best of them all!

    Cheers mate,

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  • Tue, Jul 7 2009 11:15 AM In reply to

    • mjolnarn
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    Re: Advanced Timewarp & FluidFilm Techniques

    J. Difool:

    And it still makes little sense to me.

    Thanks for the answer, glad to know you know how to do it and that you have friends in high places.

     

    The workflow is described in the advanced manual for 3,5, a lot to read and well described I think, I have tried it a little, worked well, fascinating thing.

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