Hi everyone. You may or may not have seen this popular "vine," called Turning Juice Into Candy
. Here are a few more short clips by the same guy, using the same method: Time Change
, Throwing Things Through Computers
, Making Real Goldfish
I'm basically familiar with video editing software (I assume these were edited with Final Cut Pro or After Effects), but I can't quite figure out how the guy did this. He obviously filmed each shot twice (at least) and blended them together somehow, but the camera *seems* to be both moving and handheld in each shot, which *should* make the shots "unmatchable." But even when I slow them down and watch them frame-by-frame, the match seems exact and I can't figure out precisely how he did it.
Can anyone who's familiar with video editing explain this? Thanks!
posted by priskyprisky
on Jan 10, 2014 -
CHALLENGE TIME! You are lent some expensive, professional grade video equipment for 18 hours and told that you may use it as you see fit in the time you have. Assuming little to no preparation beforehand, what do you do and/or film with it? Ideally you'd like the owner (or anyone else who sees your work) to be mildly impressed, knowing that you have no actual solo film making experience whatsoever. [more inside]
posted by Seiten Taisei
on Oct 17, 2012 -
This is a Final Cut question:
I would like to show an image with a video inside it. More specifically, so the question is clear, I would like to show (in my video) a fake website that has an embedded video. So, "the website" will be a still image, but there is video within it. I hope that's clear. Would really appreciate any help!
posted by cyberdad
on Jul 29, 2011 -
FINALCUTPROFILTER: Is there such a thing as a firewire DVD player that is controllable by final cut pro? [more inside]
posted by rileyray3000
on Mar 31, 2008 -
Questions about importing video from various sources into Final Cut Express HD (note: not Pro!) in order to get live render ability... [more inside]
posted by Asparagirl
on Apr 26, 2007 -