Pick any background (avoid using INT. BLACK - DAY/NIGHT as it’s hard to find overlays in it)
Enlarge the overlay so its cover the full screen using Directing Helper - Overlay Helper - Scale
Copy the size (your X and Y value should be 0 0)
INT. BLUE - DAY with FORESTLOOP to 2.206 0 0 NOTE: Size may vary and depends on your overlay.
X and Y value
X axis - horizontal Y axis - vercital
I used 3-panel background and I lopped infinite times, going to zone 2 then 3 then jumping back to the zone 1. You can time your loop, I used 2.0 seconds, but you can make it faster or slower.
Here is the full code and overlay I used for this example:
INT. BLUE - DAY with FORESTLOOP to 2.206 0 0
&overlay FORESTLOOP shifts to -320 0 in zone 1 in 2.0 THEN overlay FORESTLOOP shifts to -640 0 in zone 1 in 2.0 THEN overlay FORESTLOOP shifts to 0 0 in zone 1 in 0 loop INFINITE times
What are the dimensions for a PNG file? Sorry I’m not sure how 1MB relates to resizing the background.
I’m using a photo resize program and it doesn’t give a choice of 1MB so I need the exact dimensions or if you have an idea of how to change the size to 1MB that will help as well
I’m kinda confused…
So, I have the inside of a car & I plan on using it as a overlay. But, I was wondering, how do I make it look like it’s moving from the outside, like how do I make a road move to make it look like the car is moving from the outside?