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SImple rig removal showing how shake is twice the compositor that AE is.
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Hey guys this is Eric from www.finalcutstudioschool.com, I am here to show that I have to do some rig-removal on and some compositing and shake. It is more for the advanced users so if you have never use shake, I would not recommend that you get into this but if you want to watch that is fine.
I have got two pictures here, one is an airplane in front of the blue screen and he wanted to know how to do some rig-removal so I will show him some basic rig-removal. And, I have a landscape here movie, look so, which has been resized to 720 x 480 and it has been resized to 401 x 247 to match the size of the airplane. We just to get it set up like that, now we have that on our airplane. So now, let us do some rig-removal on our airplane. We select our airplane note, go to our image tab and select the quick paint note.
Now, since we selected the quick paint note, as you see we had it on here. I am going down here to my controls and click my calling tool, right here. This will give you the calling tool just like in ANE or aperture, anything. I can control the size by control clicking and dragging. And, I can control the width and stuff by using the shift key. So, I am going to go in here and start removing some of these rigs, like this. I am going to make a real fast job out of it so just bare with me here. The paint tool in shake is 3x that of what ANE or any other paint tool. And, I will get into the reason why later, in future tutorials.
And, I am not going to fool of taking all the rig out, I am going to, as far as doing it inside the plane it definitely works the same way, this is going to take long enough as it is, it is just a basic example. Remove this rig here. Look so, there it is. Bringing that size down a little bit and you twirl this around so I can get in here pretty good.
Okay, now that basically takes care of that rig. I can go in here and kind of remove some of this in the plane, like that. I can even go in here real fine and try to get rid of some of this. So there we go, that is our basic rig removal. Now, what I am going to do is I want to key out my airplanes. I want to go to my key tab and add a key lock mode. Bam! This will add the key lock mode. I am going to go down here and put my colorless watch and drag. Bam! That does the key for me. I am not going to fine tune this too much because I just have not got time. So, I am going back to my mode view, put in my key lock perimeters.
I should, now here I can open up my fine controls. I am kind of jockey with them a little bit until I get to where I want. Get some of that spill out of there, the magenta tint. Now that we have that our basic rigs are removed. I want to select my resize mode, I want to go to the layer tab and I want to edit an over note. This will throw in an over note. So I am going to bring in a needle from my key line down to the first and put them over note. I am going to bring my resize from needle from landscape down and we have cheap composite.
Now, you would want to go in and do a better job of removing these rigs, I just done this real fast. So, now I can select my key lock note, going to my transform tab and add a pan note, look so, got my plate head at the beginning, take my airplane off the screen here. You will get the idea. Make sure that my key frame is turned on. I want to move to the end or move to about right. Let us see. Or changes screens about just right there, I am going to drag my pen over across the screen and now, I am going to play it, we have a basic composite, we are playing going across the screen.
Now, you tell me that is not a good composite for five minutes worth of work. That is basically how you do it in shake guys. I hope you have learned something, stay tune for more tutorials, and we will see you next time.