I don't follow. If you watched the tutorial, you should know what to do. The technique is the same regardless whether the characters are real people or virtual ones. Not sure what else you need to know. Of course you may have to do additional masking and such to cut out stuff, but that shouldn't be too difficult.
oh ok i wasnt so sure cause when I watched the beggining of the tutorial there was 2 guys so i thought i had to have 2 virtual me'
s ill just watch the whole tutorial thanks for your support
Wait, are you wanting the shot person to freeze while everything else keeps moving?
If so, does the virtual camera move in these shots?
> FPS sniping montage <
Frames per second?
I assume he means First-Person Shooter. A lot of young people are making videos of highlights of their group playing Call of Duty and other video games; Best Shot montages, etc.
i WANT TO shoot the person and that person just freezes while everything is continuing
Like in the trailer for Enemy At The Gates? Or for a longer period of time?
Is the camera moving? If not, it will be possible and relatively easy.
If the camera is moving, it will be a very long and difficult job for which I'm guessing you don't have the time or inclination.
If the camera is still, all you have to do is copy/clone the part of the ground beneath him from the frame where he gets shot so that it covers up the falling body and have a another copy with him masked out over top of it.
I'm not sure that's making sense. Basically, you want to cover up the falling body and leave the just-shot body frozen.
well have u played a First person game ? well basically I walk up to him I scope with a sniper I shoot him and while hes falling he freezes in mid air. tahts all. well the camerca will be moving cause right after killing him and gonna be walking forward