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    Hi good people of WDF, happy early Thanksgiving. In my efforts with a website that's been coming along, I wanted to do something different. Reason being is that there are numerous video's on anything on the internet. So, I put together this short 20 second video with some pictures I took over the summer. Not that it really matters but it's an After Effects and SoundBooth composition. Although this is not a "real" video as in video cameras and all that, I really enjoy working with video editors and hope you all like this work.

    Planet Earth Theme Video
    [video=vimeo]32263986[/video]

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisHPZ, post: 224933
    Hi good people of WDF, happy early Thanksgiving. In my efforts with a website that's been coming along, I wanted to do something different. Reason being is that there are numerous video's on anything on the internet. So, I put together this short 20 second video with some pictures I took over the summer. Not that it really matters but it's an After Effects and SoundBooth composition. Although this is not a "real" video as in video cameras and all that, I really enjoy working with video editors and hope you all like this work.

    Planet Earth Theme Video
    http://vimeo.com/32263986
    Interesting - what did you use for the graphics? Do you use After Effects to create the ball and the background or did you make them in something else and import them? I know absolutely nothing about After Effects, but I used to use a program called Bryce - I loved playing with the different effects...
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    I edited your post so that the video was embedded.
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    The sphere was made from a picture I took of a waterfall here in Ohio. It was then brought into Photoshop and I made a 3D sphere out of it. It was then imported into After Effects as a 3D Photoshop layer to allow for the animations. The other pictures were from various state parks in Ohio. The music actually comes from Adobe Sound Booth. Alpha Mare, if you've used Bryce in the past, that tells me that you have a high end computer. I've looked into it myself, and eventually I'll download it. But for the time being I'm too wrapped up with Adobe software. Now, if you have Photoshop CS4 or above, you should be able to use the 3D options available. To do what i did with the sphere image, open up a photo in Photoshop, and open up the 3D workspace. In the 3D panel, click on Create 3D Shape From Preset, and choose sphere. Then click on the create button. I don't know much about After Effects in comparison to other graphics applications either. But I have been getting more and more into it lately, and really enjoy what can be done. My thanks go out to you as well TheGame for embedding it here. It is much more convenient this way.
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