In need of help ... again

Discussion in 'Your Projects' started by Atsuzen, Feb 19, 2005.

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    Atsuzen

    Atsuzen Super Member LPA Super Member

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    I'm so darn helpless because I'm always asking for help.


    Can anyone tell me how to create this effect?

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    Can I use ImageReady or do I have to use another program?
     
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    Tomi

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    ImageReady should work. ;)
     
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    Atsuzen

    Atsuzen Super Member LPA Super Member

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    But can you tell me HOW to do it? I've clicked every button available and still I can't do much.
     
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    winafred

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    sorry i dont know how to help you
     
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    Todd

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    Please do not make useless posts like this. If you can't answer the question, then don't waste everyone's time by posting. You're warned.
     
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    Chris

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    check some sites

    www.pixel2life.com
    www.good-tutorials.com


    Maybe there ;)
     
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    Stik

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    Something like that isn't too hard to do if you're somewhat familiar with ImageReady. From the looks of it, it's just a motion underneath a fading out effect. If you look, Joe is static the whole time, so it's just a constant fading in and out of that layer. Two other layers are involved, and they're just moving behind Joe's constant fading in and out. Chester's is an up and down motion, and the rest of the crew is a diagonal side to side motion. It shouldn't be too hard to do.
     

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