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Thread: importing and modifying quicktime movies

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    If you go to egomedia.com and select menu and ego agents, you can see they imported and modified a movie to get the animation effect. How the heck can I do this with one of my clips. I want the cool shading effect they got. Was it done by hand?

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    keeping it alive

    Just keeping my thread alive.

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    if the editors from "Masters of Flash" wouldn't pull out the chapter by Egomedia from their book, you could probably learn that effect from that book.

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    blur effect was done in Photoshop and imported in Flash

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    Smile wow - I'm speaking to the legends themselves!

    You mean someone pulled you out of there book! That's stupid! You have one of the sweetest sites I've ever seen. Was that a qucktime import? Or did you take a few frames and mess with them in photoshop and then make an MC out of them. I really appreciate your help. After seeing your sight I was inspired to approach web design in a whole new way. You really are on the cutting edge!

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    The video was converted to black/white in Aftereffects.
    After that it was outputed as a sequence of PICTs and imported to Flash (frame by frame) where it was traced.

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    wow!!!!

    Oh, that makes a lot more sense! Is aftereffects a program? Sorry for sounding stupid. How many frames did you use on each one of the employees?

    Thanks!!!

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