In this video we’ll examine the options for creative camerawork without the Muvizu keyframing expansion pack.
This video will be of special interest to those using the free version of Muvizu as well as those using the Muvizu paid version without the keyframing expansion pack.
Even if you have the keyframing expansion pack you may want to explore more creative options for Muvizu camerawork.
As Cameras are created, they are numbered. Muvizu supports up to 9 cameras in a scene. The cameras are numbered by their position in the Cameras window. Deleting any camera will cause subsequent cameras to be renamed accordingly. You can delete a camera by selecting it, and pressing the delete key. You can edit a camera by right clicking on the cameras in the set view.
Field of View defines how wide the viewing angle of the camera is. It is the equivalent on a real-world camera of a zoom / wide angle control.
Motion blur simulates the apparent streaking of rapidly moving objects.
Depth of field is the distance between the nearest and farthest objects in a scene that appear to be in focus.
Bloom allows you to produce fringes of light extending from the borders of an object emulating glare off of an object. Adjusting the Bloom settings with contribute to the illusion of an extremely bright light.
The Color setting allows you to choose from several pre-set Base effects.
Overlay will give the camera an added effect such as making it appear like CCTV footage, or underwater footage.
Adjustment settings relate to Brightness, Color and Contrast of the scene.
We also explore camera cuts which are a great way to follow the action in your video scene. Muvizu allows up to 9 cameras to be used at one time. Camera cuts can be used in a way that almost simulates some functions of keyframing.