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Adobe MAX 2018 (Sneak Peek)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=186&v=dM-lX9c3Pqw

Looks interesting,

Kieron

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OMG!!!! Did Adobe just discover Zoomming and Panning for images???????????????? :wacko::blink::o

Gary

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19 hours ago, goddi said:

OMG!!!! Did Adobe just discover Zoomming and Panning for images???????????????? :wacko::blink::o

You should have a closer look  :rolleyes:

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Gary - no, they have added pseudo "perspective" to their process so they appear to have camera movement.  The problem is that they are hyping it as if it were magically transforming the still image into video. For some types of scenes it mimics what one would see were a video camera used and moved, but it falls far short in some of their samples, especially the ones which have water. Now if they could add rippling water it would be more believable.

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Lin

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Yea, but I just don't see the 'big deal'. Too much of it would make me sea-sick.:blink:

Gary

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Gary,

As with any "feature," whether or not one uses it and how often is an individual choice. Because it's there you don't have to use it. The essence is that it's a very sophisticated algorithm which looks at the totality of an image and decides how or if it can be made to appear as it might were a camera being panned, zoomed and moved. In that respect it's a significant achievement. Even features brought out years ago such as perspective cropping are mostly unused or not well understood by most PhotoShop users so this is just another tool for those who might like it.  

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Lin

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If you want to play around with 3D parallax you can upload a photo and create a depthmap (or use google photo LensBlur).

http://depthy.me/#/

Tom

 

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