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In this tutorial, I will be showing you how to make the famous JUMPER effect from the movie JUMPER. It is really simple, ...
just follow these steps and impress everyone you know.
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Hey guys! It’s Justin with WEKNOWIT Productions back with another Sony Vegas tutorial. Today, finally I’m going to show you how to do the Jumper effect. If you’ve ever seen the movie Jumper, it will be like that. So open Sony Vegas to import your video clip. I’m just going to delete out the last part to where I turned off the camera. Sorry if this may take a while.
So there, you want to find the point where you jump, which is your first portal or whatever. So while you’re like mid air, I’m going to go right there, hit split, go to where you come back and what I did is I like to fell, see I jumped and if I hit split. Alright, now delete the middle clip and you want to have a blank area of where you’re recording. I didn’t decide to take a separate pictures but it was on the same spot locally. I’m just going to delete the audio real quick. And you want to make sure your pictures on the bottom or it will not work, make sure your picture on the bottom or it will not work.
Alright, so move that to the side and scroll in to your—this is your first clip I guess. Go to nicest zoom and backtrack four frames, hit split and zoom out a little bit. Go to Event Pan/Crop, check the mask, enter creation tool and at funny face. Mask around your person, make sure you don’t leave the TV on at the background as I did or it will mess up, not really but it will be just kind of weird.
So when you’re done masking, exit out then and as you see, I didn’t do very good. You can spend your time doing whatever, but then get your picture and pull it under, so there goes your person. So there we go. All right, so there we go. And what you want to do is right click, Video Event FX, Sony Gaussian Blur, add, OK. If you’re doing sideways, you want to take down the vertical range and pump up the horizontal. If you’re going back and forth, you want to do the vertical but for mine I’m doing a horizontal as you can see, like you can move it like really fast. I’m just going to do this about 530.
And then, you want to back trick four frames on your other clip. And you want to go to you want to go to Event Pan/Crop. It’s like mask and mask on your person. And I’m going to kind of fast here. You don’t want to go slower. But I’ve done this for the video, so it doesn’t really matter, there. Then, right click Video Event FX, Gaussian blur, add OK. Take down vertical, there you go.
You can leave some space between them if you want to just do the—hold on. We’ll disappear for a while and then comeback or you can like—put it close together if you’re in a like wide area. You can put this clip and this clip close together and we make the horizontally really big so it looks like you just teleport like really quick. I’m just going to move it a little bit, there we go.
So here is our finished clip. Sorry, it probably logs a little bit. Yeah, it looks a lot better. I’ll do it frame by frame, there we go. So it looks better when you’re rendered. So yeah, we can do like all sort of effects, which we can make a small here. This way, I just go to FILE, RENDER AS, yeah whatever. I usually save as .avi but you can do something else.
So this has been another Sony Vegas tutorial from WEKNOWIT Productions. Subscribe if you like this video. We’ll I want to see new tutorials in the future. Check out the clowning effect, the light saber effect, the night vision. Check out the energy bond, the teleporting. It’s really cool. It’s under one of the play list in my profile and on my channel. So thanks for watching.