So I was making this vintage film emulation effect in one of my projects and started thinking that only thing missing is the authentic camera shake. I made every other parts of the effect from scratch, but the camera shake effect wouldn't be easy thing to come up with just adding keyframes OR even with easing which I heard should be coming at some point to LF.
So I my idea is kind of simple, but actually pretty creative way to control everything: recording gyroscope movements to make the keyframes values for like the 'size and position' etc. It should be able to record all X Y Z / yaw / tilt etc. what ever values gyro is giving and you should be able to limit the data also. I wish I could make my speed ramps just by tilting my ipad on a table and record only one axis from the gyro. Sensitivity adjustment should probably be there to make it easier to control.
I know, other people are asking for something like warp stabilizer(hashtag me too ) and here I'm asking quite the opposite, but I know this could be really, REALLY BIG thing to have in LF too
I'm not saying it would work for everything and that every keyframe value created by recording gyros would look good, but we have the hardware, so why not use it?
Here you can see how linear the movement is, I would love to add some shakiness to it:
_________________ Amateur film maker, photographer and all-around engineer without a degree from Finland.
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