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Motion 3 offers true film-quality output, GPU accelerated performance, and an astounding toolset. Learn how to use replicators ...
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Hey guys this is E mix 77 again and I am here to show you a little something else about motion. I am going to show you how to have some fun with replicators. So, first thing we want to do is I am bring in a movie. There is my movie. I am going to go over here to my inspectors tab and there are some properties I want to scale it down pretty small for what we are going to do. And if you play it, set my out point.
If you play it you will see it is a movie shocks. Swing it in. So now what we all going to do is go up here to the top and hit the replicate button. Okay, what we all going to do with that. Well, I am going to show you.
I am going to go over here to my, inspector and bring the columns down to about three and the rows down to about three. I want to drag this out, and now we have a nice cool wall of video. Notice how smooth all nine videos are playing. This is the power of motion guys. This is why I do not use extra effects that much because if you are a pretty good motion user you can just about do anything with motion to out meet after effects can duce more than motion but you have to be really advanced user to get that out of it, and the real time playback that motion has it just seals it for me enable to make effects and preview and change things that have no render.
The no render in here in motion is wonderful; that is why this is the power of motion that is why this is such a great program. As you can see all these videos are playing back smoothly. So what do you want to do with this? Let us pass it up a little bit, let us change the angle, and what do you think about that. And we will chain randomness here this will make this all the different. And it looks good, if you wanted to you could even have then all start and stop at a different frame.
And in others there is no magic number, you do not have to be three and three; you could be several, let us say you could bring it way up and get plenty and as you can see all of my videos are still playing smoothly while I adjust in real time. I can have behaviors, I can have effects and there is no rendering. Eventually if you put too much into it will bug down but this shows you the power of motion right here, you have many videos, I got playing and how smooth they are, but you can see this is basic principle behind replicators and that is how you do it, it is not much to it and next time we will talk about something else but this time this is all I want to show you this just how simple, how quick you could make some interesting effects with the replicator inside motion, great stuff. I will see you guys next time.