Posts Tagged ‘Nodes’
Blackmagic Design as acquired high-end compositing and effects app Eyeon Fusion, marking their entrance into another segment of film/video production.
Create a cleaner composite in Autodesk Smoke or Flame by adding a natural looking edge blur to your video footage. This video tutorial shows you how!
Check out this useful video tutorial that shows you how to copy tracking data across multiple nodes in DaVinci Resolve 9.
We’ve got more hot tips for Autodesk Smoke! In this post learn how to add a Smoke preset menu to other nodes, remove the OSX menu bar from Smoke and create custom power nodes in ConnectFX.
If you’re interested in getting started in node based compositing you’ll want to check out these FREE video tutorials for Nuke. All of the major nuke functions are covered, including rotoscoping, tracking and working in stereoscopic 3D.
Learn how to convert your 2D video into 3D in Autodesk Smoke! This video tutorial demonstrates a unique Smoke 2D to 3D workflow.
We show you how to get the most out of Smoke’s powerful Action node! Action is the heart of 3D compositing in Smoke – motion designers and video editors will definitely want to check this out!
New to Autodesk Smoke? Don’t miss this post, showing you how to use the Action node to speed up and get more flexibility when compositing in Smoke!
Discover 3 more Smoke nodes – Matte Edge, Motif, and MUX Nodes. In this post, we’ll show you how to use each of these Smoke nodes to improve your video editing and compositing projects.
Learn about Motion Blur and Motion Vectors in Autodesk Smoke – essential knowledge for any Smoke editor working with render passes from 3D applications.
Learn to program your own effects inside Autodesk Smoke using the Matchbox node. In this post, we show you how to script your own effects using this powerful ConnectFX node.
Discover some of Autodesk Smoke’s most powerful features – keying video footage. In this post, we explore how to use the professional keyers in Smoke to most successfully pull clean keys. Important for working with green/blue screen footage.