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Simulating Whip Pans

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In this video tutorial, Carl Larsen shows you how to create a whip pan (swish pan) effect using Adobe After Effects built in tools.
After Effects CS3
Transitions
Tips'n Tricks

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Summary:
Moving and blending(dissolve) the layers into each other by expanding them with Motion Tile and use the motion blur switch to hide the tile-edges.
Author: Carl Larsen

Effects & Plugins

Motion Tile

(Min. Version: After Effects CS3, Category: Transitions, Type: Tips'n Tricks)
posted by peter17 on Jun 22, 2009

 

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YY_MorphShake (Pixel Bender)

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This one is meant as a alternative to the motion-tile method for creating camera shake.
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posted by MicGyver on Oct 07, 2010


 

 

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