Vii move the last brush size key from f22 to the end

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vii.Move the last Brush Size key from f=22 to the end of the animation F=30 12. Now we have 2 lines that start close to the camera, then move far away from camera. 13. Let’s colorize those lines: a.Effect manu > Color Correction . Tint b.Change white setting to Blue 14. Add Glow: a.Effect menu > Stylize > Glow b.Glow Radius = 70 c.Glow intensity = 0.9 15. By now you’ve learned how to do Swoop and Swoosh 16. We can do one more step because if you look at the strokes, they seem even across. 17. We want to pre-render this - Ctrl + m (win) or Cmd + m (Mac) a.Call it StrokesPreRender under Prerender folder b.Before rendering, adjust the timing of animation because we only have 1 second. i.Go to the end of animation at f=30 > press “n” key to auto trim workspace c.Back to render setting. Click on Best Settings. Now time is set to 1 second. d.For Lossless settings: i.Under Channels > select RGB + ALpha ii.Format = Quicktime iii.Format Options is Animation which is an uncompressed format.
iv.Under Post-Render Action, select Import. It will import the file automatically after render is done. e.Hit Render 18. After render is done, StorkesPre.mov is imported back into composition. 19. Turn off the Solid layer. 20. Bring in the StrokesPre into composition as a layer 21. Why did we prerender and import the video back in? Because we wanted to use an effect that can only be used on a video. That effect is Echo 22. Select StrokesPre layer > Effect> Time > Echo. Under settings: 23. Playback 24. Go ahead and tweak this even further (add motion blur, or more blur on the effects) 3-2 Create repeating light trails using Vegas Effect Vegas creates similar effect to the Swoosh and Swoop with strokes but with a lot more power. File: Session03_02_VegasSwoosh Steps 1.Select Layer-1 Vegas Solid which has a mask. 2.Effects menu > Generate > Vegas 3.In order to fake a 3D look, we can play with the Width. a.At Frame=0 set a keyframe for: i.Width = 2 ii.Rotation = 340 iii.We can still see the light tail on the right side. Set Start Opacity = 0 b.At F=24 (1 second) keyframe: i.Rotate = -12 c.F= 9 i. Width = 40
ii.Start Opacity = 1 4.After frame=24, the head of the light appears again from the screen left. To adjust: a.At F=24, Start Opacity = 0 b.F = 21 (or earlier), Start Opacity =100 c.Adjust Start Opacity to fade earlier until the light head disappears.

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