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Old 03-13-2018, 12:44 PM   #1
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Default Searching for a beter turning page...

Here is what I have... not happy, 2 levels of page and flying.

I just want the page turning and staying in the limit of the book

Thanks for help
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Old 03-13-2018, 01:46 PM   #2
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Here is what I have... not happy, 2 levels of page and flying.

I just want the page turning and staying in the limit of the book

Thanks for help
I have never done this in Edius, but have done similar things in other NLE software that offered more control of the page curl effects, and placing a cut to a still frame of the last frame at the termination of the curl to keep it from disappearing.

You may be able to do the same thing with a combination of Layouter/Transform and the Page Peel, but I would personally probably do this kind of thing in something that is more robust at special effects/compositing, like Boris Red, After Effects, Fusion, etc.
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Old 03-13-2018, 03:24 PM   #3
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I have never done this in Edius, but have done similar things in other NLE software that offered more control of the page curl effects, and placing a cut to a still frame of the last frame at the termination of the curl to keep it from disappearing.

You may be able to do the same thing with a combination of Layouter/Transform and the Page Peel, but I would personally probably do this kind of thing in something that is more robust at special effects/compositing, like Boris Red, After Effects, Fusion, etc.
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The simplest and probably the most timesaving way is:
"Do it yourself" - means: Film with the camera and turn the page(s) with your hands.
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If you use any of the GPU effects you can keyframe and hot the page at the position you like. You should also be able to hold in the 2d transition.
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Old 03-13-2018, 05:31 PM   #5
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Thanks for suggestions. The problem is turning pages needs the carnet... under window in a museum...

I will have a longer look in the GPU collection (many sub folders)

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use peel out, left up and choose video A for back of page turn
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use peel out, left up and choose video A for back of page turn
https://www.videoproductions.com.au/...e-peel-GPU.png
Thank you Anton, it is much, much beter... there are so many in the list, it's the good one. The page fly away but it's OK.

Do you think there is just a "turning page" that follows the angle of the middle of the carnet ?

Thanks again because I was my nose in the production in another part of these very long production and did not find time to "search end test".
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Do you think there is just a "turning page" that follows the angle of the middle of the carnet ?
This is why I suggested using Boris or After Effects. You can control every aspect of the effect, and make the turn stick to the spine of the book. It does take a lot of work to do this though, and you would probably have to isolate the page that you are turning from the rest of the image used as the background plate, so that it doesn't look like all the area surrounding the book is also turning.

The effects in Edius are pretty good for basic editorial work, but when you want special effects like this, something that is designed for that kind of work is better.
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The simplest and probably the most timesaving way is:
"Do it yourself" - means: Film with the camera and turn the page(s) with your hands.
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Agreed, practical is usually easier and faster, but sometimes not the desired look, if you don't want a hand in the shot for example.

Of course you could also do this and pull the shot through Boris or After Effects to rotoscope the hand out, but this negates the speed gained by the practical approach.
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Thanks for answering again....

Now between the 2 wich do you recommand for that "turning page".

Boris or After Effects. I suppose they are both "plug'in" for Edius...
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