Just found a good way of making a 90 minute time overlay for a soccer game.
After nearly an hour of googling, I found an After Effects expression I could use to make a text layer that counts up to ninety minutes in min:sec format.
Download the After Effects Project open it and export the pre-made counter to a Quicktime Animation video with alpha channel (millions of colors+). here ,
Import the movie to your desired software (in my case Telestream Wirecast)
The counter looks like this, but you can change the fonts as you like :
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Found this great After Effects tutorial on youtube today. It teaches you how to use motion tracking and stabilizing to keep the warped face in place, with minimal keyframing work =)
here to watch the tutorial i used.
This time-lapse was shot on a GoPro Hero camera. Somehow I think the image is quite blurry at some points, I can’t really point out where the focus point is, although the camera is set to center weighted average.. (I’ve cropped away the edges, because the wide-angle lens captured the surrounding windowstills.