As a long time After Effects user, I still find myself discovering new features nearly every day. Many times I'll be watching some type of training video, and while the main concept of the video is the primary reason for watching, I'm always looking out for ways to speed up my editing process.
I make a little demo of things I can do with raw video and wedding photo. ( link https://vimeo.com/46233965).
And I want to know: can it be interesting for wedding videographers? I can do a lot of such work (+ normal video editing of course).
Also I want to say that we create an outsourcing post-production studio and soon we will be able to produce a lot of such works and edit a lot of your videos with hi-level quality and nice price. So, if have some works to do - please PM me.
It's easy to blame amateur equipment for the amateur look of a project when you're a beginner. Many of us play the hand we're dealt when it comes to producing video. We use the camera we can afford, and we make the best of the editing system we have. We're no strangers to using workarounds to perform even the most basic tasks. Some might say this builds character, and they're probably right. But as your skills increase, and your equipment begins to limit your creativity, you'll eventually need to spring for something better.
OK - my intention would seem very easy to achieve, but I have completely failed to manage it!
Basically, I have a rotated video placed in timeline, which I simply want to overlay like a sheet of acetate, on top of the rest of the video. You can see it dropped in timeline here, with pan/crop shown.
I am directing a music video that involves a band playing underneath a
large oak tree that's wrapped very sporadically and randomly/hectically with multi-colored yarn. Is there a way to make the colors of the yarn
surrounding the band to change like a visualized without having to stop
the band and move the yarn constantly?