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  • Sun, Mar 1 2015 9:21 PM

    Subtle Camera Shake

    I have a shoot job that calls for a bit of shake in the camera like someone is holding it. However when I look at this affect done on a You tube video series I see the shake is the same on all the clips. I was wondering if this could be done in MC or with BCC filters automatically. 

    This is the video I was looking at:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zlK-R3elO7c&list=PL2bG30UsyEQgGwwdV9gQpvPamgyfnCHLy&index=15 

     

    I would think to scale up 5 to 10 percent and then apply some random rotates. 

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  • Sun, Mar 1 2015 9:43 PM In reply to

    Re: Subtle Camera Shake

    I usually select a handheld shot with little movement, apply a Stabilize to that, drag the Stabilize to a bin, then apply that to any shots that need a handheld applied. Makes for a more natural look than a bunch of keyframes.

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  • Sun, Mar 1 2015 11:00 PM In reply to

    Re: Subtle Camera Shake

    Would you use a BCC Optical Stablilizer to make a shot shaky? I was planning on shooting lock down on a tripod and then adding shake later. 

     

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  • Mon, Mar 2 2015 3:49 AM In reply to

    Re: Subtle Camera Shake

    Thanks for your ideas Mr. Burg but I did a search for Boris Red and found this forum which gave me some answers on how to do it also.

    http://forum.gaijin-eyes.com/forum2/index.php?topic=86.0

    You can see some examples here of how it worked out so far. 
    https://vimeo.com/120989092

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  • Mon, Mar 2 2015 6:47 AM In reply to

    Re: Subtle Camera Shake

    I use Avid's built-in stabilize effect (under Image). I'm sure there are many ways to achieve this. The method I suggest is just one that I like because it is fast, it doesn't require any 3rd party plugins, and it uses an actual human motion pattern rather than a computer-generated one.

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    Re: Subtle Camera Shake

    Job ter Burg:
    I use Avid's built-in stabilize effect (under Image)

    Job, I couldn't help but see the funny side.

    "Subtle Camera Shake" - "I use Avid's built-in stabilize effect"

    I know what you mean, but I found it funny Geeked

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  • Mon, Mar 2 2015 10:49 AM In reply to

    Re: Subtle Camera Shake

    Yep, that is precisely the beauty. You capture the camera momevent of one shot and apply it to another shot. Avid's tracker is quite OK.

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  • Mon, Mar 2 2015 2:27 PM In reply to

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    Re: Subtle Camera Shake

    That's VERY nice!

     

    Thanks for the tip

     

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