June 29th, 2012 at 12:56 pmAharon Rabinowitz says:Clancy - thanks. We get that a lot. And I can promise you, its a topic of discussion here. Not something we are ignoring.
June 15th, 2012 at 10:50 amClancy Morgan says:I love Looks, but i wish you could preview the clip or jump around in time inside the looks builder.
January 27th, 2012 at 6:26 amIgor says:Thanks for this tutorial. I just tried it, and this works great also under Sony Vegas Pro,you can add an animation too. If you add many keys the movement can be done exactly the same as in your tuorial with After Effects.
January 2nd, 2012 at 8:14 amMarian Ene says:It makes sense to have no fading when you apply 2 different looks. Seeing how a look is just a collection of internal filters, you'd need all filters applied on both keyframes and modify their values acoordingly: at first keyframe have all the filters that make up the TO look set to zero, and at 2nd keyframe set all the filters that make up thelook to zero.
Or, you could duplicate your layer, apply each look to a layer and fade between the layers. I'd use OpticalsMB Frames plugin, much better than just setting the transparency of one layer.