Currently Being ModeratedJan 9, 2013 9:25 PM (in response to newuser2011fromhk)
Replicators also work great for this, if you have a large number of photos this can save you time doing layout and alllows for quick adjustments to the appearance.
- Setup your images as a movie or image sequence and import into Motion.
-Select the movie/image sequence and make it a replicator
For my example, I wanted random images that were 200x200, distributed in space. I imported a movie and made the following basic settings.
Check 3D in the replicator
Uncheck: Play Frames
Check Random frames.
At this point you will have a few random images. Now you can define the look.
-Increase to Number of Points to add more images
-Adjust the size parameters to spread the images out in space (XYZ).
-Click the Replicate seed button to randomize the cell locations.
-Click the Random seed button to randomize the images.
If you combine these settings with the other replicator settings you can quickly adjust the look. Below are a few variation I was able to create in less than a minute (depth of field added to give a sense of the space). At this point you could do as David pointed out and move the camera through the images, or move the replicator past the camera.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 10, 2013 7:02 AM (in response to newuser2011fromhk)
From GFXZen example... (more or less)
newuser, you need to prepare your images in a image sequence... images need to be named like this.
so on and so on.