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Control time remapping with a gradient map

New Here ,
Nov 30, 2023 Nov 30, 2023

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Hi everyone, 

 

I want to recreate this effect. The solution I imagine would be to control the time remapping of each footage from a control map. However I have no idea if this is possible and if so how to do it. I thank you in advance.

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Nov 30, 2023 Nov 30, 2023

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Repeat the source image with Motion Tile, apply the Time Displacment effect, create whatever gradient you need in a pre-comp and quantize it with the Mosaic effect so it lines up with the other grid. The basics take 3 minutes to set up, the rest is just endless tweaking to get the right timing and look.

 

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Nov 30, 2023 Nov 30, 2023

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I'm working on something similar.

 

To each composition I added a color control with a sample image.

target = thisComp.layer("yourGradientComposition");
target.sampleImage(transform.position, radius = [.5, .5], true, time)

 

Then I added a slider to obtain a value (from 0 to 100) of that color.

var rgbColor = effect("Color Control")("Color");
var hsl = rgbToHsl(rgbColor);
var lightness = hsl[2];
lightness * 100 

 

At the end, in the composition of your animation you activate the time ramping and with a linear you adjust the transition, using the value of your slider, from black (0) to white (100)

var src=effect("value")("Slider");
var f = linear(src, 10, 100, 0, 60);
framesToTime(f)

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Dec 01, 2023 Dec 01, 2023

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I dit it and without any expressions. I used the "footage to emoji" principle with the extract effect but instead of import emoji with a certain color, each moment is represented by a certain moment of a 15 frames animation. I dont know if it's clear but it totaly works ! Thanks again for your help 🙂

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