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Wedding Trailer After Effects Template Project



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Price: $35


Download Template + Media $65
Includes Template +  Music 

Use this template to make a trailer of your wedding (or any other) photo session. Each photo composition consists of separate foreground and background layers which look like fantastic static 3D pictures shot by the animated cameras. Please note that preview photos are not included. In order to have the effect seen in the preview, you should know how to seperate the foreground images (like the people in the sample video) from the background images (the background scenery in the sample video) either by using masks or chroma keying.

Project Length: 50 seconds
AE Version: CS3 (CS4 and CS5 compatible)
Main Compositions: 1920*1080@25 and 29.97 FPS. Original and Optical Flares pre-rendered versions included.
Render Compositions: 1280*720, PAL, NTSC
Music: Music is not included and is available for purchase separately:

http://www.revostock.com/Stock-Music/20357/Circles.htm
Do not worry that original soundtrack is longer than the video, it will be automatically re-edited by AE when you import it and will perfectly match the video montage.

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Required Software & 3rd Party Plugins

This product is an Adobe After Effects project file. It REQUIRES Adobe After Effects version CS3.

3RD PARTY PLUGINS USED/REQUIRED:
  • VC Optical Flares (This plugin is pre-rendered and is not required.)

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suriano

Hi, I want to know if the files are normal files or croma key or luma keyfiles. Thank you. Giuseppe

Mar 04 2011 4:56 PM

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nowhere production

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Hi! All you need are ordinary photos of people (they may be without chroma/luma). But you will have to spend a little time cutting them out of background. You can do that in AE or in Photoshop if you're more proficient with it. Thanks! Igor

Mar 09 2011 1:10 AM

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bdkoff

Purchased This File

Do I have to do the separation in After Effects? I can do it in Photoshop and bring in 2 separate images right? Looking for a quick reply so I can purchase and get started. I am kind of new to AE but experienced at PS. Thanks, bdkoff

Feb 17 2011 11:10 PM

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nowhere production

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Hello, thanks for your interest! Yes, you can import 2 separate images (the foreground with alpha channel) and it will work perfectly. Best regards, Igor

Feb 17 2011 11:18 PM

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lcg861

Thanks!

Jan 24 2011 5:35 AM

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