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    Default Quick Bullet Time Test

    This is my first bullet time test.
    Still need the bullet trails but I dont know how exactly.

    C&C is welcome.

    Link: YouTube - Bullet Time Test

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    It's not bad. But it's not what I understand as 'bullet time' as popularized by the matrix. I would call it an ultra slo-mo shot. Nice, nonetheless.

    As I understand it bullet-time is the technique where an ultra slo-mo is captured by multiple cameras on an arc around the subject (the audience's point-of-view therefore appears to move around the scene at a normal speed while events are slowed almost to zero.

    In the Matrix Trinity jump scene, they used an array of sequentially fired SLRs arrayed around Carrie-Anne Moss, as she jumped up (on a wire)

    Bullet trails. I'm sure I've seen an Andrew Kramer tutorial that touches on this, but I think it's all about using displacement maps.

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    Maybe if I render smoke in 3ds max or make paticles in AE.
    Then use the white as a displacement or something.

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    The technique described above is called 'time slicing' and I dont think there is a way to do this in post ahort of building an entire 3d world.

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    Talking Great

    It was very good. I liked how the bullet came towards the camera. And when you fired the gun. It looked quite"real" What program did you use to make the 3D bullet?
    Keep it up.
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    I made the bullet in 3DS MAX.
    Then exported it as .mov and keyed the black background out.
    Some little effects and Finished! =D

    Composed in After Effects.
    I will definately make a better one soon.
    I will have my new Canon HV20 in 3 weeks! =D

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    Default looks so real

    ohh that was looking quite real ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by VorteXNL View Post
    I made the bullet in 3DS MAX.
    Then exported it as .mov and keyed the black background out.
    Some little effects and Finished! =D

    Composed in After Effects.
    I will definately make a better one soon.
    I will have my new Canon HV20 in 3 weeks! =D
    I thought of a first glance you work with After Effect
    Great!
    Dj_Deep

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    Wow, nice, I like the way the camera moves when the bullet goes past, I guess you either did that when filming or edited that later? shouldn't have been too hard either way, but I like it.

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    I need something just like this, but for an arigun pellet rather than a bullet, can anyone guide me to a 'how to'? Or even bettter, can someone do it for me?

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