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"Brazil at War" effect

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Guest timbob

Hey-o,

 

I was wondering if anyone knew the process/filter that Nando Costa used on his piece "Brazil at War"? Y'know, like suuuuuuuper blurry motion-blur. Unfortunately, I don't have a copy on my computer to post nor does he have it archived on hungryfordesign.com any more. Any help would be appreciated!

 

Thanks!

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Guest Sao_Bento
Hey-o,

 

I was wondering if anyone knew the process/filter that Nando Costa used on his piece "Brazil at War"? Y'know, like suuuuuuuper blurry motion-blur. Unfortunately, I don't have a copy on my computer to post nor does he have it archived on hungryfordesign.com any more. Any help would be appreciated!

 

Thanks!

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I couldn't find the movie you're referring to, but it sounds like either "wide time", "time blendFX", etc. or possibly a particle system. Do you have a link to the piece?

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Guest chriskelley

Yeah - I don't know the peice either, but for moblur on steroids, check out Wide Time. Can get some crazy nice effects with it otherwise too. Wide Time combined with Vector Blur is sexy.

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Guest igorschmigor

I have the animation but only about a third of it (interrupted download). It's a weird effect, not what i imagined. The footage they used is some old www.archive.org movie from the prelinger archives (http://www.archive.org/details/Brazilat1943).

Stills from the Nando animation can be seen at http://web.archive.org/web/20021017104008/...r=2002&month=07

but they don't show the effect unfortunately.

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Guest Sao_Bento
decay  .8

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Damn your giant brain, ESC - we were collectively being "funny".

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Guest superegophobia
I have the animation but only about a third of it (interrupted download). It's a weird effect, not what i imagined. The footage they used is some old www.archive.org movie from the prelinger archives (http://www.archive.org/details/Brazilat1943).

Stills from the Nando animation can be seen at http://web.archive.org/web/20021017104008/...r=2002&month=07

but they don't show the effect unfortunately.

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it's super simple, just one plugin: http://www.revisionfx.com/mblur.htm

crank the settings way up and that's exactly the look you get.

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Guest Rothermel
Bingo! That must be it.

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Nando updated his website, you can find the video there. www.nandocosta.com

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