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NextPreviousHomecan we do a perspective warp on an image?

Rorysee | a year ago | 4 comments | 488 views

i want to place an image angled on the x axis backward for building projection but then correct the perspective for an effect on a project..is there a way of warping the image = cantering the sides back square?

much appreciated
Rory




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Do you have an example picture or video of this effect?

michiel, a year ago




So from the front it would look squashed down but in reality it is leaning back so if i do a picture wipe it would brake up falling back z space

Rorysee, a year ago

Some ideas:

The perspective effect can be reduced by reducing the rotation of the right, leaning back, picture.

When the pictures are attached to the same container layer, the 3D effect can be reduced by setting the 3rd slider of the SIZE property to a smaller value. Use a fixed angle of 90 degrees for the leaning back picture.

The perspective effect can be set/animated with the FIELD OF VIEW property of the camera layer.

michiel, a year ago


thanks michiel

Rorysee, a year ago

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