YUV BLUR KEY HELPER a quick look at how to do the old school shake yuv blur trick inside of smoke if you have any comments or questions please leave one below to download the source footage CLICK HERE Posted In: home, tutorials
Another nice tutorial Joel, thanks!ReplyDelete
I have a question - This seems like a technique that is keying specific, but just in case I missed something, can you clarify if/how this helps with DSLR footage that doesn't need to be keyed? Or am I misunderstanding your comment on 8-bit footage from the 5d?
Hey Sandeep, yes you are correct it only applies to footage that needs to be keyed, my comment on 8 bit footage from a DSLR was referring to the sad fact that I sometimes will get footage to be keyed from the 5D, I might have gone through that bit a little quick :)ReplyDelete
Cool, thanks for clarifying.ReplyDelete
Check out the the chroma option in the new blur tool. If you change the colorspace from RGB to YUV, it opens up the options to blur Chroma+Luma, Luma, or Chroma only. If you select the Chroma Only I think you can take out the first chunk of nodes and just use a single blur. Unless I'm missing something of course!
I just tried what you said and you're right it does the exact same thing, I didn't realise they changed the blur node and I am used to doing it the way that i learnt in Shake, i guess one plus is you can see exactly what is going on behind the scenes when you do that i guess