How is this Videomaker effect done?

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    • #40441
      AvatarNormanWillis
      Participant

      Dear Videomaker,

      http://www.videomaker.com/video/watch/tips-and-tricks/499/lighting-basics—three-point-lighting/

      In your Three Point Lighting video tutorial, how is the closing effect done, with the Videomaker letters being backlit (with therays coming forward), and especially the little ‘fireworks bullet’ that pans across the screen?

      Thanks

    • #173664
      AvatarNormanWillis
      Participant

      At the end of the Three Point Lighting tutorial, at about 4:32, the words ‘Videomaker’ are backlit, casting rays forward; and at about 4:38 an ‘electric bullet’ flies across the screen.

      http://www.videomaker.com/video/watch/tips-and-tricks/499/lighting-basics—three-point-lighting/

      What program was used to create this effect? And could this be done in Boris RED?

      Thanks.

    • #173665
      Avatarjerronsmith
      Participant

      The backlit logo looks like it is an animated Radial BLur effect. In after Effects I would use CC Radial Fast Blur to achieve that look.

    • #173666
      AvatarNormanWillis
      Participant

      Of course. It is the one program I don’t have! (lol)

      But I can look for something similar in Boris.

      Thanks!

    • #173667
      AvatarJennifer O’Rourke
      Inactive

      Igor Zarubin, our video editor says: The Logo and volume light were made in 3D Studio Max, the trail made in ParticleIllusion, and the titles and scale were created using Adobe Premiere.

      Jennifer O’Rourke, Managing Editor

      Videomaker

    • #173668
      AvatarNormanWillis
      Participant

      Thank you.

    • #173669
      AvatarJGJ_Media
      Participant

      Norman,
      Another way to create this effect is to use Trapcode Shine for the rays. I can’t remember what software it works with, but I use it with After Effects.

      Yes, the comet-looking thing looks like a Particle Illusion item.

      If you have medium to higher end editing software, you can most likely achieve the moving rays, and if you want to add the comet thing (if you don’t have Particle Illusion) check out http://www.digitaljuice.com . Then go to their “revealers” library.

      Good luck in your journeys.

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