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    Looking for resources for editable virtual sets

    Hello all,
    I am looking for good resources for editable virtual sets. I know that the TC1 that we have has some already, but can anyone point me to other companies or even individuals who can create some on a contract basis? This is not my area of expertise, but I do know that I am looking for a set that has 3 angles (front/wide, and left and right side).

    Any help is greatly appreciated.

    Mike

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    This guy. I believe that he's here on the forum as well.

    https://www.virtualsets.com/
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    https://vimeo.com/208469308

    i've bought from this site. very nice seller. (Mike Afford)

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    virtualstudiosets.com
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    does anyone know any other sites where you can buy virtual studios? with the ability to repaint and change in VSE?

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    who any at all reads this forum? or did they all die out like dinosaurs?

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    Here's another: https://virtualsetworks.com/newtek-t...et-editor.html

    There are a few people in the forums who do custom work, too, if that's of any interest.
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    Did you try Google? Did you try the other suggestions above? You could always get a 3D program like Lightwave 3D and create your own sets, render out the individual pieces and reassemble in Photoshop, adding the gradient layers and then bringing the Photoshop file into VSE and have at it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stream View Post
    Did you try Google? Did you try the other suggestions above? You could always get a 3D program like Lightwave 3D and create your own sets, render out the individual pieces and reassemble in Photoshop, adding the gradient layers and then bringing the Photoshop file into VSE and have at it.
    I tried to Google and found only two sites where you can buy really beautiful studios. And I can't draw, because I'm not a designer, and I don't want to waste time, I would like to buy ready-made ones. I bought out all the studios on this great site. https://virtualstudiosets.com/1/virtual-studio-sets/ I haven't found anything Better than this site yet. The price and design are great. I would like to find something similar

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