Intimidating face masks
Intimidating face masks
So motion interpolation simply refers to using the actual motion of objects in the scene to calculate more frames that could be used in between two original frames to create a smoother playback.Look at this example to see it in action for anime footage: ↑ without Twixtor ↓ with Twixtor Now, motion interpolation can be used for other things as well.
"But it’s a copycat league in everything people do so I wouldn’t be surprised if there are a few of those floating around before we play."Since it is a copycat league, we wouldn't be surprised if more and more players start unveiling more elaborate face masks this season.
Feel free to experiment on the described methods as you see fit.
Since some people with apparently too much money on their hands expressed to me their intent to give me money for a Twixtor tutorial, I now shouldn’t miss my chance to more or less shamelessly plug this opportunity. But if you think this guide satisfied you and you really still want to actually give me real money, you can send some to me via this paypal donation link. ok so let’s start I guess Motion interpolation is basically black magic that makes you famous on You Tube and Vine.
In this guide, I will try very hard to not suck at explaining shit, and hopefully be able to bring across how interpolation is properly inmplemented and make you understand how it works on a fundamental level in order to make you able to experiment on the workflow yourself as you see fit.
Disclaimer: This guide seems very long and the wall of text just to figure out a single scene might seem very intimidating!
Hell, even the introduction as already gotten so awfully long.
But I promise this is only because I am taking very extreme measures to make you understand how it actually works.
Tuck began wearing that mask to prevent offensive linemen from grabbing his mask and aggravating a neck strain, though that the mask looked cool certainly expedited the change.
Tuck knew last summer that the look would catch on."Everybody is like, 'Can I get that facemask?
If you want to start your career in vine horse edits, motion interpolation is the way to go.
In video editing, we usually work with footage at a set framerate, for example a clip playing at 24 frames per second (fps).
This essentially will reduce the smoothness of the animation by a factor of 3.