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editing software i used:

paint.net, winmorph, blender.

credits:

a collaboration between myself and astra888leddher:

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how to enable looping of videos on da:

right mouse click on the full screen video and a popup menu gives the option.

technically, this is how my video clips are intended to be viewed, as playing them just once through is not nearly as effective, or powerful. since the hypnotic effect relies on many repetitions. be warned though. you might lose track of time or experience other side effects.
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Smooothe Featured By Owner Oct 8, 2014  Hobbyist Filmographer
another really awesome one. cheers, mate!
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rattyredemption Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2014
thanks smooothe.
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RAMWOC87 Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Wow that was gorgeous.
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rattyredemption Featured By Owner May 29, 2014
thanks for the feedback.
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RAMWOC87 Featured By Owner May 29, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
You're welcome ^ ^
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doolhoofd Featured By Owner May 28, 2014
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rattyredemption Featured By Owner May 29, 2014
he he, i'm glad you're enjoying this one.

i'm currently working on some 3d versions of these (mapping the 2d morphs onto 3d deforming surfaces) and the results are rather mind bending, stay tuned, he he.
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crazyruthie Featured By Owner May 19, 2014   Traditional Artist
hi ratty! this is awesome! do you have trouble getting people to click on the thumb since it's a film and not something you can look at and glance away? and it must be even harder to get people to keep looking at it when they see how long it is? (long being a subjective length...i'm sure it didn't seem short when you were creating it!

it's beautiful and very trippy. can you explain a little more what the process is, or how it was a collabortion...what did you start with from him? 

blue pixel rat baby 
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rattyredemption Featured By Owner May 20, 2014
p.s i forgot to mention, paint.net was used to scale the stills to fit my morph editing project. and i used it to do some subtle manipulations like center some of the images, and push a few pixel around, which would then make animating them easier.

but most of the work was done in winmorph and blender, both of which are legally free to download. although do require a steep learning curve, for which there are video tutorials on youtube that can help us learn those editors.
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rattyredemption Featured By Owner May 20, 2014
hi ruthie,

all good questions my friend. and i hadn't previously thought that this video format might deter some users, or fail to attract others. maybe i could also convert some of these into animated .gif's i'll look into that.

did you know, that in full screen the da video player can be set to loop? ...that might not be something that most users are aware of?

so in this sense the above video, like most of mine, can be left playing for hours on end, if someone really wanted to watch them for that long, he he.

similar to the thelma collaboration, i started off with 4 still fractal renders from astra. then used a 2d facial morphing editor, similar to what was used to transform people's faces into werewolves etc in hollywood films. that created about 1,000 in between frames of animation, which i then edited together in blender's video sequence editor, and post processed the video in blender's node editor to add the color cycling.

here's the stills that astra let me work with:

fav.me/d7fmgh5

fav.me/d7awoul

fav.me/d6zgo7e

fav.me/d5xa4fq
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