Yeah right? So creepy.
The best thing to do right now is to activate motion smoothing again just to be sure.
Many were convinced that movies with sound (and later colour) was a distracting addon that ruined a movie. Until it was established of course.
Your arguments could also be used to critizised "Enter the void", which is undoubtably a very cinematic movie. It would probably stay that way if you would add a dimension and gave the viewer the possibility to turn his head.
I would argue that the way you watch a VR movie will probably not work in a cinema, thus it will not establish before there are enough VR Sets in private homes. The different way of reception will probably be what saves classic cinema. You cant turn to your friend and exchange reassuring looks when the scene is frightening, funny, breathtaking or just cheesy.
This looks very much like the film "hardcore" btw.
Yeah. Bugfixes. At work, i regularly encounter bugs doing the easiest things.
Once per week i google the problem and find a thread in the adobe support forum, usually five to three years old in which someone discribes the same issue.
Some unmotivated custommer support answers "thanks for filing the bug report" and when i arrive at the last three posts that are from the same year, they just say "i cant believe this isnt resolved yet" and thats what im thinking.
Its called glow!
Depending on the software. Davinci Resolve has an effect for that.
In Premiere, I would add an adjustment layer, blur it, add a luma curve to crush the blacks of the layer, so only the highlights bloom. Switch blending mode to screen and dial the opacity down until I am satisfied.
On your video I would probably take down the black a little beforehand, this way the effect will be more prominent. Also because i think it looks just a little bit too hazy overall.
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