Originally posted by: Oldschooljedi
I did author your testclip to DVD and watched it on my widescreen-TV. This looks really great. I can't wait to see the script you used for this!
I'm glad you like it. I just realized that really fast motion stuff is too blurred though. I will keep working on it. In the mean time, I'm leaving the script as is, since it's the best so far without adversly affecting the quality in any way.
Originally posted by: boba feta
Were you not as vigorous with the stabilization script for that encode?
The last clip is actually the most vigorous that I've been, but since I'm applying the same script to the whole thing, some stabilization may be better in spots and not as good in others. I could do even better if I had different settings on each scene (less artifacting in some, better satabilization in others). I would like to get it the best I can for the whole movie first so that there are only a few select scenes that I need to change the settings.Originally posted by: Anti-Matter
The "A long time ago..." card is a piece of cake; you need only ONE source frame to faithfully reproduce it. The title sequence is a bit trickier, but can be reproduced quite accurately in AfterEffects provided that the font is really NewsGoth.
If you are interested in pursuing this, let me know.