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    I have a car driving by. I accelerated the shot by 300% in Premiere. It just looks choppy. Is there a way to make this look more realisting in AE using some sort of motion blurr effect?


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    I don't use after effects but sometimes you can get away with linear blur depending on the situation.

    I've used the ReelSmart motion blur plug in before in a different program and it does what it sais. It's available as a plugin for AE also.
    AE may already have something equivalent but I'd thought I'd share anyways.

    //edit video: oops. Let me PM you then.


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    Turn on the motion blur switch on the clip in the comp. Should be enough.
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    "Turn on the motion blur switch on the clip in the comp"

    What program are you talking about? AE or PREMIERE? And what do you mean by "comp"?


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    He's talking about AE and Comp is short in the vernacular for Composition.


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    Amadou, please do yourself a favor and go through the basic learning materials:
    http://adobe.ly/bjBT3P
    It will save a lot of frustration in the long run.


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    I just tried the Reel Smart motion blur. It looks great. How does the Red Giant motion blur in WARP 1.0 compare? What about the AE built in motion blur (which I can't figure out how to use)? Is it worth it to pay a hundred euros for the Reel Smart?


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    > What about the AE built in motion blur (which I can't figure out how to use)?
    Information about motion blur is here.


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    Yeah, I second the vote that you take some time out of your post-production schedule and try and learn some basics about the tool you keep asking basic fundamental questions about.
    Last edited by Chris Adler; 10-09-2012 at 02:08 PM.


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    Bring the clip into AE. Speed it up to desired time. Add Effect > Time > CC Force Motion Blur. Turn on Frame Blending and Motion Blur in the comp, and Frame Blending on the layer.


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