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video tutorial on how to make a lightsaber effect on your star wars or whatever movie. It's a nice effect, very easy to do on your pc, only download adobe after effects tip cheat microsoft MS
25 Jan 2007
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How to make Lightsaber Effects in Adobe After Effects.
25 Jun 2007
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Tye tygon tests the lightsaber effect with using adobe after effect!
19 Feb 2010
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me with a "light saber", done with Adobe Premiere and Adobe Photoshop
14 Dec 2006
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How to make amature LightSaber movies. BAD QUALITY SOUND!!!! beware.
20 Jul 2007
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me, with a lightsaber made with adobe after effects 7.0 pro
13 Dec 2008
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Just wanted to do a quick effect in adobe after effects. Towards the end I used keyframes and it screwed up.
22 Mar 2008
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Give you a glance of how Starwars lightsaber effect is done
1 Mar 2007
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This is a short compilation video for our school's video yearbook, using clips from our many non-uniform days and other occaisons. The clips had to be edited with lightsaber effects, sounds and music though, otherwise it just wouldn't be Star Wars.
30 Apr 2007
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We decided to try some cool video special effects, so we made this short StarWars style lightsaber fight. If you like that, maybe I'll explain how to create a lightsaber effect :)
5 Jul 2007
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Battle For Three was by far the hardest movie we've ever done. It took me about 3 weeks to do all the effects. It helped me to hone down my lightsaber effect skills as well as the Gun Flare. I hope you enjoy! Go to www.filmforfreaks**** for more information on how I did my effects!
7 Aug 2007
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This video shows you how to download and use free software to add realistic lightsaber effects to pictures and movies. If you haveany more questions cmment me at my channel. Thsi video works best in full screen. LS Maker can be downloaded here *******
3 Oct 2008
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This tutorial will guide you through the simple steps on how to make your Star Wars fan films excellent! Using Adobe After Effects CS3 (MAC Based) Any questions please E-mail me at my MACMAD13 youtube account. I don't always check my video comments.
2 Mar 2009
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RYAN WIEBER VS. MICHAEL "DORKMAN" SCOTT What began as a friendly rivalry between two effects artists explodes off TheForce.Net's FanFilms Forum and into the real world in a lightsaber battle royale. Originally created for the forum's lightsaber choreography competition, this fight to the death will decide once and for all who is truly most skilled with a saber. There can be only one. (I did not make this short film, stop asking me how I made the special effects. Its a mix of rotoscoping, photoshop and After Effects.) Visit their website at *******www.ryanvsdorkman**** for any and all info concerning how to make this video, how long it took, or to meet the real creators of the fanfilm. FAQs (from ryanvsdorkman****) How did you do those lightsaber effects? We used Adobe After Effects to rotoscope the prop blades and add glows to them. Essentially the same way ILM does it. After Effects was also used for a variety of other visual effects you see (or don't see) in RvD. How long did it take you to make this, and when did it come out? We choreographed and filmed over the course of three weekends, and spent about 4 months on the effects in our spare time, finishing March 1st, 2003. Did you guys have any martial arts or sword training when you made this? Neither of us had any formal training of any kind at the time of making RvD. Just watched a lot of movies. Where was this shot, and what is that thing in the background? RvD was filmed at Carco Electronics, who built flight simulators for the aerospace industry. The machine in the background is a satellite tracking positioner, the specifications of which were top secret. After the machine was finished being built, it was shipped off to an "undisclosed location". Where did you get the lightsaber props you guys are fighting with? The saber props were actually built for this. They were made in several parts using a lathe, mill, and other metalworking tools. Aluminum tubing (like you can find at your local hardware store) were used for the blades. What kind of camera did you film with? Canon GL-1 camcorder.
21 Dec 2008
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Requested by many "Youtubers" who saw my lightsaber effect tutorial, I put together over 5 minutes of high quality Star Wars sound effects. All the lightsaber sounds are from a program most people are familiar with who own a MACBOOK... MACsaber. Everything else is from numerous Star Wars video games. In this video: Lightsaber Sound Effects Laser blaster Sound Effects Jetpack Sound Effects Xwing/Tie Fighter Sound Effects Darth Vader Breathing (Normally and Hurt) Sith Lightning To download this video click on this link: *******www.vixy**** and copy+paste this video's URL, save it as a video file and extract the audio on your video editing program. To all you Fanfilm makers out there, I am glad I can help and good luck!
26 Dec 2008
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This is a LEGO stop motion movie I made for a LEGO star wars movie contest (Which I did not win). The blaster and lightsaber effects were done separately on Photoshop to each frame. I am currently working on Jedi Hunters II
7 Jan 2009
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