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To achieve this effect, all you do is re-project the 2d video onto 3d geometry, move the 3d camera to create a parallax displacement, and re-render. I'm only familiar with the tools available in Maxon Cinema 4d, but I'm sure that Max, Maya, Modo, Blender, et al can do this too. It should be relatively easy with something as geometrically simple as a tennis ...


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It looks decently nice. I couldn't find anything about how well it does or if it supports AF during video or not. It's basically a miniaturized GH4 and the GH4 was a nice camera for the price to start with. I certainly wouldn't say this isn't a good entry level 4k video camera. It leaves a few things to be desired for sure, but for the price and size, it ...


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This particular effect couldn't be done without some pretty advanced computer vision algorithms and a whole lot of processing. Based on the screen shot alone, it appears that it tries to identify flat surfaces and objects within that space so that it can alter the camera's perspective. Note that this is quite imperfect as you have no material for the ...


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Here's one idea for the effect, which you can even do in Premiere: Get a live-action camera shot where the camera is slowly trucking forward. In post-production, create a title that has at least one letter with a hole in it (A, B, D, O, P, Q, etc.). Lay the title over the top of the trucking-in shot. Animate the scale and position of the title over several ...



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