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The Bourne Flashback: Creating a Flashback Look

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The Bourne Flashback: Creating a Flashback Look
A CreativeCOW After Effects Video Tutorial


CreativeCOW presents The Bourne Flashback: Creating a Flashback Look--Video Training by Aharon Rabinowitz

Aharon Rabinowitz Aharon Rabinowitz
New York, USA

©2008 Aharon Rabinowitz and Creativecow.net. All rights reserved.

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In this video tutorial, Creative Cow leader Aharon Rabinowitz shows you how to create the flashback look as seen in the film The Bourne Ultimatum with some extra touches and hints.





This tutorial is also available as a podcast. Click here to find it and many other AE podcasts.


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Aharon Rabinowitz knows how to make cool effects with After Effects. As the Creative Director of All Bets Are Off Productions in New York City, he also knows what you need to know to make the most of this very powerful program, to help you get the job done. Whether you're a working professional, or hope to become one, these 45 tutorials are for you.

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Re: The Bourne Flashback: Creating a Flashback Look
by Mark Keeler
Very cool effect, worked perfectly ;)
Bourne Flashback
by Mark Keeler
Great tutorial and wonderfully explained. And lots of uses for it too.
Flashback look
by zeinab Fawaz
could this be done using Final cut pro? if so is there any tutorial for it? thanks
The Bourne Flashback: Creating a Flashback Look
by Stephen Smith
What a great tutorial! Thanks for the laughs.
The Bourne Flashback: Creating a Flashback Look
by Steve Blacker
Great tutorial, thanks Aharon!
Hello Jim (regarding server slowdown issues)
by Ron Lindeboom
Regarding the delivery of Flash (and Quicktime) files, our four Quad-Opteron servers are on their own load-balanced hardware router and even that is not enough to keep up with the incredible number of people trying to download our tutorials. This morning, as I write this, there are about 500 people at once trying to download these files. We have had a 1Gigabit (GIG-E) Ethernet pipe. We also have another two servers being built to help take some more of the load. Unfortunately, we would have to be gazillionaires to be able to build a site that never runs into issues on delivering dynamic media files. So, since we are not, we do the best we can and hope that people will understand that sometimes they will get a delay when traffic is excessively heavy.

Best regards,

Ron Lindeboom
Director of Business Development, Creativecow.net
The Bourne Flashback: Creating a Flashback Look
by Jim Watkinson
Nice job on these.
Unfortunatley, though, the flash progressive download or stream or...progressive stream is tending to stutter quite a bit, do there's a lot of 'waiting' for the download. I'm not on a slow computer and my connection is not slow, so just a little feedback for you guys. Maybe you'd want to provide a quicktime option as well? I really want to see the rest of this video, but I fear it will take a while!


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