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    Hey!

    I was watching some sking stuff with my friend and came across this effect? What is called and is there any tutorial to make it?
    0:16-0:19


    Cheers!

    Ps: I didint know where put this topic, so I put it here. Sory about that. PEACE!

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    It's a straightforward "Push Left".
    It cleverly makes use of the fact that in the "B" roll there is a yellow sleeve or something in the foreground which moves left out of the frame, and the push left simply mimics that.
    Tim

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    Thanks Tim for that advice and sory that I didint explain it better. I meant the special affect when the guy jumps in the 0:16 and pictures behind him are frozen. I was asking that. Sorry again! My mistake.

    Oliver

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    i would also like to know how that is done Tim?
    i have SV platinum 10 (not pro) - is it possible with this?
    thanks
    alec

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oliver View Post
    Thanks Tim for that advice and sory that I didint explain it better. I meant the special affect when the guy jumps in the 0:16 and pictures behind him are frozen. I was asking that. Sorry again! My mistake.
    Ooops! I hadn't even spotted that!
    I've no idea what (if anything) it's called.
    I think it could be done in Vegas but wouldbe rather tedious.
    Fundamentally take a snapshot of the image in the first position.
    Open that image in a photo editor and mask around the snowboarder.
    Save the image with a transparent backround.
    Import this back into Vegas.
    Do this for the other positions as well.
    Now, with the images on separate tracks, set them so they appear at the right tiome.
    Finally, use track motion to sync the movement of the still images with the moving background.

    All pretty easy stuff except the final step which may be made easier by grouping all the images within a parent track and applying movement o that. Still tricky thouugh.

    I suspect this would be better achievedin After Effects, but as I don't own that I'm only speculation.
    Tim

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    Thanks you TimStannard! Really helpful!

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