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Making a 3D image move in VisTitle

Faking a 3D image move with VisTitle

In this tutorial we use VisTitle, an animated titling program for Grass Valley EDIUS, Adobe Premiere Pro and Avid Media Composer, to animate a 3D move on a 2D image.  We prepared the image first by separating elements in to different layers so that we can "stagger" them in VisTitle to get a nice 3D effect.  The last two chapters contain details of how to prepare the image in either Adobe Photoshop or Paintshop Pro.

The fist video listed here is a playlist with all 5 chapters included.  Below you can see links to the individual chapters, so if you just want a quick refresher on one part of the tutorial it is easy to find.

You can read more about VisTitle on our website:http://www.dvc.uk.com/acatalog/Vistitle-3.html

A 3D image move in Vistitle Part 1

A short tutorial about turning a 2D image into a 3D one using VisTitle, a titling program for EDIUS, Premiere Pro and Avid Media Composer.

A 3D image move in Vistitle Part 2 - Moving the image in 3D

In the second part of our tutorial we do the most important part - set the image up in 3D and make a camera move around it.

A 3D image move in Vistitle Part 3 - Adding a "depth of field" blur

The animation is done, now we add a blur to try and improve the look.

A 3D image move in Vistitle Part 4 - Preparing the image in Photoshop

An essential part of this video is getting the image ready in the first place - separating the layers and filling in the gaps. Here we use Adobe Photoshop to achieve this.

A 3D image move part 5 - Preparing the image in Paint Shop Pro

In the final chapter of this tutorial we explain how to cut out the image and fill in the holes using Paint Shop Pro - for all of you who do not own Photoshop.

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