twixtor effect - amv after effects tutorial
How to Use Twixtor in After Effects CS5
Make sure you have the latest version of Twixtor installed on After Effects.It's always good to be up-to-date on applications and what you've installed. This helps prevent errors and also gives you access to newly added features.
Place your video clip into the compositor.Make sure you have the right settings that suit your original clip. It's best if you make your video longer than the clip actually is (so it renders smoothly). For example, if you import a 10 second video, make the project duration 30 seconds.
Right Click > Time > Enable Time Remapping.This is a must. Time remapping essentially makes the pixels remap themselves - thus a smoother feel to the video so it's not pixelated and disgusting. Now we don't want that, do we?
Stretch the clip to its new duration.Go to the end of the clip and you should see a drag cursor that looks somewhat like this:"<->"which enables you to drag the clip.
Go to the point in the clip where you would like to start the slow motion effect.This is where the Twixtor will subsequently begin.
Grab the Twixtor Plug-in from your folder!Now this is where Twixtor steps in. You are you go to your"Effects & Presets"window and search"Twixtor."
Do you not see theEffects & Presetswindow? Perhaps you may have disabled it or you may be using a different workspace. To fix this, you can either visit your "Window" tab and enable Effects & Presets (or alternatively press together CTRL+5 / CMD+5).
Or you may change the workspace. Windows > Workspace > Select a workspace, for example:"Standard"or create your own.
Adjust the Twixtor to match your clip.To get the slow motion effect feel, you should:
- Change the input frame rate to your clips frame rate. In this tutorial, our clip's settings is 60FPS (ultimately 59.94).
- Change motion sensitivity to:100.
Go to"Speed"> Click the "Stopwatch" and press"U"on your keyboard twice.This will bring up the Twixtor FX Dropdown Panel under your clip.
Go to "Next Frame" in the Preview Panel.Once you've done that, go to the newly activated Twixtor FX Dropdown and set the Speed to "2" (or what ever speed you would like). <
Scroll to a point in the clip you would like Twixtor to end.Create a Keyframe by pressing the Diamond with Left & Right arrows surround it. After you've done that, go back to the Preview Panel and press the "Next Frame" button again before finally restoring the Speed from 2 back to Realtime (100).
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- Save your project every 5 - 20 minutes. It's better to be safe than sorry. For all you know, you could experience a power-cut during your intensive editing and all your fabulous work will be lost... somewhat.
- Be flexible. Don't just stick to the tutorial, do a bit of variation. Instead of 2 Second speed, try 10 and see how that looks, etc.
Video: How to use Twixtor in After Effects CS6
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