Video nested in a perspective monitor at a street scene

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Video nested in a perspective monitor at a street scene

Post by lam giang » 19 Sep 2017, 17:33

Hi TVPaint buddies,

Sorry, I don't even know how to ask my question the right way. Here you go...I was wondering how people achieve a complex scene like New York TimeSquare with ads videos running in a perspective. I don't know how to nested Video in TVPaint.
Here is my thinking.
so I need to have a layout where I want the videos
then I need to have a running ad video on its own project
then, I use FX stack (Multi-plane? Key Framer?) to rotate the Video and match it in perspective?

Is there a more simple way or better to do it? Or I have to do it in After Effect to have more control? Thank you! :)
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Re: Video nested in a perspective monitor at a street scene

Post by slowtiger » 19 Sep 2017, 17:49

For a static video:
1. Create project, create a perspective rectangle as a reference
2. Import video, go to frame 1 of it
3. Select Warp tool in the Main Panel, distort video to your liking, hit Enter
4. Undo, select all frames of video, hit enter twice.

Or:
1. Create project, create a perspective rectangle as a reference, create empty layer as long as you need
2. Open video as another project
3. in first project, select FX > Keyframer
4. in Render tab, select source = other project
5. in Position tab, set the 3 Angle values, hit C
6. Select all frames of empy layer, apply.
This method will also work for a video in changing perspective.
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Re: Video nested in a perspective monitor at a street scene

Post by lam giang » 19 Sep 2017, 20:41

ah...first option is very simple. I am over complicated thing... :shock:
Thank you so much for your help!

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Re: Video nested in a perspective monitor at a street scene

Post by Animationriver » 20 Sep 2017, 15:39

Perhaps you will understand more about Fx Stack:


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Re: Video nested in a perspective monitor at a street scene

Post by lam giang » 20 Sep 2017, 17:45

@Animationriver

Hah, I saw many of your tutorials on Youtube! I will check them out later today, thank you so much for the help!

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Post by Animationriver » 20 Sep 2017, 17:56

lam giang wrote:
20 Sep 2017, 17:45
@Animationriver

Hah, I saw many of your tutorials on Youtube! I will check them out later today, thank you so much for the help!
)))) Oh! Thanks! My homage for you!

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Re: Video nested in a perspective monitor at a street scene

Post by lam giang » 20 Sep 2017, 20:06

yay! just saw your videos, I picked up some tricks like using the FX to do the head turn!

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