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Okay heres what you do. Download virtualdub (its free). and open up your video. go to Video<Filters<Add new. scrool down until you find motion blur. ps. virtual dub is wierd in one way. when u click the play button it plays the original footage, not the edited footage. so expand the scrunched up window to the right and go to File< preview output from start. or File<Export to save. hope i helped
You can do it in adobe after effects
Another way you can do it in VirtualDub is by going to
and downloading the "Frame Merger" and use that at its highest setting.
Feed your footage into Blender and use the "Vector Blur" compositing node to give it a motion blur. This works fast and gives great results; but isn't so great when the camera is moving.
Well, if you use imovie, you can just add a cross disolve effect every other picture at a high duration, then export it, import back into imovie as a .mov etc. and convert it, then change the speed. Only problem is if the camera moves a little it becomes blurry, but yeah. And there is always the onion skin effect in istopmotion.
Hope this helped
BKM, I think that this would be of great help in your future on the site. It keeps you from getting flamed and/or banned from the site.
imovie hd 6 has an effect called motion blur which is really great!
mod edit: you may have one smilie
You only need one smiley, mate.
okay sorry i am new at this and was trying to weird people out....
Don't worry about it. I made worse mistakes.
This thread is dead, hence I posted the post before the one you posted.
RealBrick, please stop yelling at people for bumping threads when they're posting valid information about a topic that many brickfilmers would be interested in. YOU'RE the one in the wrong here, not them.
Oh, and the word is "utter." "Udders" are what cows have.
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