Engine´s Noise effect

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  04 April 2003
Engine´s Noise effect

Ok, lately i´ve been thinking on how to create that soft&transparant engine noise effect. I thought of using semi tranparant particles like sparks but i dont think theyll do it.
U know? That effect often seen in Final Fantasy the Spirits withing, when an engine is workin the turbines make this kinda of cool tranparent noise in the air also used on gunshots.
I need to learn how to do this in compositing. Please helpe me.

Also if i want to make something in the ground move and make trails on the sand as it passes by what must i do? I´ve heard about a sand blaster plugin but i dunno if thaTS WHAT i should use to create such effect.

Programs i use


but most of all what i really want to learn is that engine noise compositing effect cause that quite adds lots of realism into the scene.

  04 April 2003
here´s the effect i want(not the fire but the noise coming from it)

it seems someone wanted to do the same as i did, but in the end i dont understand how he manages to do it :(

  04 April 2003
>>I thought of using semi tranparant particles like sparks but i dont think theyll do it.

You want to do it this way. Render the particles in a separate pass and use them to displace the background image in the compositor.
  04 April 2003
There was once a tut on DvGarage.com on this very topic...using a couple of particle passes as displacement for your background plate.

Fix it in pre.
  04 April 2003
thanx guys...i´ll go look into it right now.
  04 April 2003
strange...i cant find the tut...i´ll have a better look on it l8 on... keep bringing in suggestions please...

also how was the same effect achieved in FFtsw? i really would like to know hoiw they managed to do it
  01 January 2006
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