Problem shots / Jello

Discussion in 'CineStar FAQ - Tips and Tricks' started by RyG, Aug 8, 2012.

  1. RyG

    RyG New Member

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    Force Motion Blur in After Effects does a pretty good job of smoothing out high shutter speed
    jittery footage and even smooths out a little jello. It just adds motion blur to the parts of the image
    that are moving so things in the distance or the subject you're tracking are left alone.
    This GoPro footage is hurting pretty bad. . .

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    Make sure to have your frame blending boxes checked.


     
  2. Harvey Mann

    Harvey Mann New Member

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    Nice that seems to work really well, out of interest what mode are you filming in? 720-50?
    Thanks for sharing
     
  3. RyG

    RyG New Member

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    The GoPro was set to 1920 at 30fps.
     
  4. Tommy - KnightDesignDev

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    Are you using CS6 ?
    This is not as user friendly in CS5 or CS5.5

    Regards,

     
  5. RyG

    RyG New Member

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    I'm using CS 5.5. Let me know if I can help.
     

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