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  1. #1 Had fun with the Mövi / stitched takes. 
    Here is some swedish food commercials we did a few weeks back. All shot with the mövi and Epic MX and Epic Dragon and a cooke pancro 24mm. Interiors MX sweden and exteriors LA Dragon, a strange mix yes I know and no, there was no real reasoning behind mixing the two and use one in one place and so on, just using what was at hand... :)

    Long version: https://vimeo.com/90850962



    and some more info / versions here: http://www.syndicate.se/felix-spring-2014/

    split screen:
    https://vimeo.com/92833944

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    Soooooo good. Great work!
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    mindblowingly good. The tractor transition was seamless. No clue how you did that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy Roberts View Post
    mindblowingly good. The tractor transition was seamless. No clue how you did that.
    Thanks, Jupp that one was quite a fiddle to get together, But in the end it sorted quite well, our 3D team had to take their camera merging tech to another level for that one... To explain shortly, it's all built upon one shaky mövi take of a toy tractor then it's another even more shaky take of a real sized huge tractor against bluescreen and a fixed back plate... then ofcourse another shaky take of the couple in the sofa and before that the computer... all 3d tracked and stich togehter... The office scene also has a back wall set extention as well as all windows.... will make a before and after / without 3d stabilizing etc in a little bit so stay tuned :)
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    Wow! Thats a crap load of work Bjorn! Very well done. I hope you guys were well compensated for it :)
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    Would love to see a post work breakdown on this!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewThompson View Post
    Would love to see a post work breakdown on this!
    it's rendering. :)
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    Very good, Bjorn.
    Love those seamless transitions using green/blue screen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Z View Post
    Very good, Bjorn.
    Love those seamless transitions using green/blue screen.
    there is one such. the rest is no croma.
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    Bjorn, How much did you have to post stabilize the Movi footage- not necessarily to make the transitions work but just for general smooth moves?
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