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That's what Vanishing Point in Photoshop is for, and a lot easier I might add. There is a tutorial somewhere on how to export VP from PS and import it to AE to get the same effect.
Yes thanks for noting that; click the tags for more resources on VP and camera projection.
@Kenneth RosenstrømYes you are right, you can make the vanishing point in pts then export the VPE file to Ae, but let me tell you.If you use Vanishing point , the movement will be very very limited and your object will be stretched away.Very bad !So I recommend you to use this rather than vanishing point.@Rich :thank you for adding my tut on your site, I appreciate it ! I still have another tip about "title animation", if you feel it's worth, you can share it to everybody, this is a tutorial,too:http://vimeo.com/11460731Im trying to make many tuts to build the trademark- ZenCreator.Thank you very much Rich!
Awesome , thanks very much
Nice tutorial!What's the music you used in the example slideshow?
If Zen doesn't show, you might go to his Vimeo page for website:http://www.zencreator.net/2010/05/camera-projection-technique/
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