Demonstrates a series of different black and white cartoon sketch effects all generated via auto-rotoscoping a movie with a PASeq.

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Comment by Rondan on January 30, 2009 at 12:40pm
Was this done with a series of stills that were proceesed into a movie?

Or was this done by going frame by frame and editing manually?

Or other?

Is their currently (or in SA 4) a way to set up auto-rotoscoping in which you tell SA to use a different effect or PASeq every so many frames eg every 5 frames?

In other words: process the first five frames with Paseq 1 or effect 1 and then the next 5 frames with Paseq 2 or effect 2 and so on for say 100 frames.
Comment by Synthetik Software on January 30, 2009 at 12:57pm
Each style segment was created by processing the same source movie with a PASeq. There was a different PASeq for each of the styles shown. They rendered styles were then pasted back to back in Quicktime Player.

So there's no manual drawing involved here, it's all generated automatically.
Comment by Rondan on January 30, 2009 at 5:46pm
Thanks for the info.


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