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Old 09-14-2005, 05:39 PM   #1
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Old 09-14-2005, 05:46 PM   #2
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Wow, thats pretty good. How do you rekon they do it?
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Wow, thats pretty good. How do you rekon they do it?
you know i am into the audio visual thing and can normally look at any commercial and can tell if they are using a green screan or whatever but these commercials have me stumped
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Yea I think they do really careful cuts. The pictures are REAL. But when you see them put them over their head its not a picture at all just theh guy making the same face. I"m sure it takes alot of skill to do somthing like that. And I can even tell if tehy use a green screen and unless they got some INTESNE graphic artists then by golly it snot a greeen screen.
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from what i beleive they just take a picture then the freeze frame and take the picture out and redo it but its hard because two cameras do it and what happens is on the second one u can see the outline so u just line everything up.
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I thinking along those lines. But i don't deal with carmas so.
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thats awsomely nifty.


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While your at bigboys check out the ipeac challenge
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You don't need two cameras for that, just a good video editor.
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lol wow i wish i could do that but it normally rips
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