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Simple Morph
A CreativeCOW After Effects Video Tutorial


CreativeCOW presents Simple Morph--Video Training by Eran Stern

Eran Stern Eran Stern
Israel

©2008 Eran Stern and Creativecow.net. All rights reserved.

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In this video tutorial, Creative Cow leader Eran Stern will show you how to create a simple morph effect using time remapping and pixel motion.





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Eran is awesome!
by Juan Hernandez
I LOVE this tutorial. You presented so well to where just by hearing your explanations put smiles on my face. You are too kind to share this. Many thanks Eran, your soul is more colorful than the flower morphs demonstrated. Again, thanks for the contribution to the community. Your tuts are awesome!

-Juan
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by Glen Sumner
Thankyou for another great tutorial! I have used this a number of times to great Effect! But I am tring a bigger version of this with faces one slide isn't working!? I have tried copying a slide that does work over but to no use what could I do?
simple morph trapcode
by ian ritter
that is a really nice and easy effect. especially the final movie is realy lovely.
what part did the trapcode play in here?

thanks a lot eran
Last flower
by Jenna Susetio
Hey i tried to do this effect and the last flower for some reason is missing when i put the PSD file into my timeline any idea why?
Love
by Daniel Dahn
Have a beautiful day yourself! I may not have a medow of flowers for you, but i got my thanks to give! this made my day=D
Simple Morph
by James Mayo
Very Cool Man! Thanks!
Simple Morph
by John Livings

Thanks Eran, Very nice.
John
Simple Morph
by Eran Stern
Sure Alex, I agree this is not a perfect Morph effect, but its quick, fun and FREE, so I guess its worth a shot :)
I've mention in the tutorial that if you're after a professional morph effect you should look at the RE:Flex plugin from RE:Vision.
You can find more details here: http://www.revisionfx.com/products/reflex/
Thanks for your suggestion as well.
Simple Morph
by Alex Bruce
I had a look through i found this program. I suspect the results will be more visually correct.

Also i recommend that you adjust the hue of each flower so that they have the same color first. Change the colors back later, this should give you a better morph.

http://www.morpheussoftware.net/morpheus/
Simple Morph
by Alex Bruce
i'm sorry, this isn't a good technique. Adobe's pixel interpolation is not a tool for morphing two images, it's low quality and designed so that the image is only seen in a very short frame so that things overall make sense. gradual changes look bad. As seen in this video where the morph segments into boxes that seem to push out into the new image. this is good for interpolation, bad for a slow morph. I strongly suggest another technique. I'm looking for an alternate now.
Simple Morph
by Jeddel Juarez
Wow this is great and easy to do you are an amazing guy


Thanks Alot!!!
Simple Morph
by Travis Roop
Thanks Eran,

And I agree that adding color increases the happiness in the world! lol
Simple Morph
by Arvin Bautista
The effect didn't amount to that much when viewed individually but that last bit with the meadow was TRIPPY!


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