Re: Video effects (Mohinish )

Subject: Re: Video effects
From:    Mohinish  <mohinish.s@xxxxxxxx>
Date:    Tue, 27 Mar 2012 10:51:54 -0400

I have used a combination of the freeware Blender and iMovie HD to achieve this. The result is not professional quality I think, but that can be bettered by using a good quality green screen and controlled lighting. That's really the most important part, and in a lab setting that should be easier. If you like I can show you some examples of what you can achieve with this solution. nb: iMovie is only required to add the sound back in. If you can do it with some other software, then you don't need iMovie. Blender can create the video and create the final sound, but (as of yet) cannot embed the sound in the video. Mo On Mar 27, 2012, at 1:05 AM, Ken W. Grant wrote: > I'm looking for a way to film people reading words and sentences and then place them in > different background scenes, like a busy street with pedestrians and cars going by or a > cafeteria with a lot of activity. Does anyone know a good software program where these two or > more source films can be merged and flattened so that the filmed talkers appear to be part of > the background scene? It doesn't have to be perfect like Lucas or Spielberg, but I'd like it to > look somewhat realistic. > > Thanks in advance, > > Ken > > kenneth.grant@xxxxxxxx > www.avspeechlab,com Mohinish Shukla, Ph.D. Assistant Professor Dept. of Psychology 100 Morrissey Blvd UMass Boston, Boston, MA

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