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Topic # 86638 10-Jul-2011 23:25
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Hi friends,

Hope i have posted this in the correct place.

Seek advise.

I have seen TV adverts that would, for example, feature a man making movements that correspond with objects that appear and move on the screen. He could for example say, call 1234 whilst acting like typying on the screen and the numbers 1234 appear...

What software is used for such and how much would it cost ion average?

Thank you.

Looking forward to your response.

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  Reply # 491895 11-Jul-2011 10:08
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Adobe premier and premier elements elements can do the second one by getting creative with inserting a text layer over the video using fades and timing it right. The first may take something more powerful to insert an object over the video or to create a CGI background for an actor to move against.

Or it may be as simple as filming a background scene with the objects moving in it and using that as a green screen background for the actor to move against in premier. 
It depends what you want to achieve. 




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