Last week the family took one of the ferries from Seattle. I got some rather uneventful video of the Seattle skyline. Then while I was sitting I was inspired and added effects on multiple layers. Thanks to a tip I received from a fellow forum participant I created a iOS Shortcut that converts animated GIFs to Videos. I found the Animated GIFs floating on the net along with some sound effects.
Looks awesome and fun to create!
I didn’t expect “Seattle” to appear from behind the building, but I think I know how you did it. Was it 3 layers for that part?
Actually that part of the video was four layers. I really was on a ferry in Seattle Puget Sound heading towards Bainbridge Island and took the video of the other ferry on the water heading towards Seattle. There are multiple ferries and they pass each other as they go back and forth.
1. While in LumaFusion I exported a Snapshot of the video.
2. In Affinity Photo I imported the Snapshot. I created two layers, separating the ferry and skyline from the clouds and water. I exported those two layers as PNGs, and imported them into LumaFusion.
3. The skyline/water was on the base layer, the "SS Botney Bay" (I had just watch Star Trek) text on layer two, the "Seattle" text on layer three, and the ferry with skyline on layer four.
4. I then independently slide layer two and layer three out from behind layer four using key-framing.
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