Video SFX With Blender3D

Inspired by various Vine special effects videos (most of them of very low quality), and especially Zach King’s work, I decided to use Blender3D to make my own very short (and low quality) special effects. These were meant to be short, from learning how to use the new video sequence editor and movie clip editor to rendered application. Blender 2.70 is already out, but I used 2.68a for both of these. Nothing fancy, but enjoy:



The motion tracking feature is by far my favorite. If I had a better quality camera, it would be even easier (much manual intervention was involved)



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