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    hey everybody,
    So I've seen this trick done in a handful of professional films and cannot figure out how to mimic it. I'm pretty sure it's not a physical camera trick because i watched the 'making of' part for this one scene that has this trick... and the camera just pans normally.... sooo the added 'shake' or whatever they are doing is in the video editing process:


    I was wondering if anyone knew how to do this? I have a link to an example of it (at the 1:27 minute mark it shows the normal camera shot.... and then at 1:34 it shows the final cut with the 'jiggles') ................... any ideas???
    Openfilm Videos Making of Radio


    gracias,
    -jon luke-

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    It's not shake.

    All thay have done is speed up a very complex pan with a bit of a velocity envalope and some motion blurr .

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    i feel like there was atleast perhaps a little bit of a jiggle involved in the speeding up process?

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    Flicker perhpas- looks like a few random famres out of sequence.

    As with all things it is much more eefective as a rule to do things in camera not in post.

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    ok so i made a test with just the speed alterations and a few blurs... but im not familiar with how to alter velocity (or ease into a speed change) so this is my 15 second result if you will)......




    did I kinda get it?

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    Adobe-wise, this is best done in After Effecets. in Premiere I simply suggest you keyframe some random positions.

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    Premiere Elements has some effects from New Blue
    http://www.newbluefx.com/motion-effects.html

    It includes effects like Active Camera and Earthquake.

    They have plug ins for Premiere Pro also.
    There are many more effects than just Motion
    http://www.newbluefx.com/
    http://muvipix.com Everything you wanted to know about Premiere Elements and more

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    Reasonably expensive for what they are. Here's a challenge for you Mr Mills - can you create the roll effect found on that page? That's the only one that doesn't look tack to me.

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    Looks easy enough but migth take some care to get right.

    Looks like a simple (??) displacement map applied to the clip but with some careful keyframing.

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