ultislasher1 (el 31/05/13 a las 6:14 pm)
Ahh, that may be because of the fpsThey filmed it at an extremely big FPS, but you can still make it smooth by using Reelsmart Motion blur, don't actually buy it though if you're not doing it commercially, get it by other means :P
HappyMuskOx (el 31/05/13 a las 2:09 pm)
I know! But i have delay when i do it!! any help?
ultislasher1 (el 29/05/13 a las 10:10 pm)
It's an Adobe After Effects plugin called Twixtor :D
Régis Klauck (el 14/05/13 a las 8:34 pm)
Hamoudeish1 (el 04/05/13 a las 6:38 pm)
Hey guys look what I did with TWIXTOR, it's really awesome!!!/watch?v=KEg_Hv7irns&lc=ARDI9foF0E-mYVOPl0aPq5Zcvd3wB41JzmMtMGyrLPw
HappyMuskOx (el 14/04/13 a las 4:25 am)
HOW DID THEY DO IT WITHOUT LAGS IF YOU KNOW PLEASE ANSWER! IS IT BECAUSE OF FPS???????????
Ratjack (el 11/04/13 a las 8:33 am)
You are very welcome :D
IGMSItoX (el 11/04/13 a las 7:53 am)
Thanks for answer mate, I just bought t3i and I'm happy to achieve this type of shots using 60fps + twixtor, your comment was useful for me mate.Thanks.
Ratjack (el 11/04/13 a las 12:47 am)
You can achieve this kind of slow mo with even a Canon T3i. No need to splurge on the 7D unless you want to do sports photography. 60D would be better suited for video due to the rotating LCD. 60D and 7D have the same sensors and image quality. Same with the T3i which also has the articulating LCD screen.
TheMCPK (el 10/04/13 a las 4:18 pm)
Nice movie!!Check out my slo mo movie called "Slow motion movie 2000fps".Click on my profile name and check my movie that I have uploaded there.