Posts Tagged ‘visual effects’
Learn Mocha! In this video tutorial you’ll discover how to utilize the powerful Mocha AE toolset for motion tracking in After Effects.
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.
Explore the different types of keyframes in Adobe Premiere Pro! In this post, we show you how to modify spatial and temporal keyframes – making your animations look more seamless and professional!
Create a visually impressive light painting effect in Adobe After Effects and Photoshop – no additional plugins required!
It’s easy to give your digital video a film look in Premiere Pro! In this tutorial we show you how to expriment with blending modes and opacity to make your video image pop!
This in-depth webinar showcases the powerful toolset of Mocha Pro – an industry leading application for tracking, rotoscoping and visual effects.
What announcements and products can we anticipate seeing at the 2013 NAB Show? In this post, we highlight some of the companies that will be at the big event, as well as possible announcements that could shake up the video production and post industry!
We break down the render time differences between working in a Smoke Timeline or using Smoke ConnectFX. Follow our tips and tricks to optimize and speed up your Smoke video editing and compositing.
Go behind the scenes of popular film and television programs in these compositing breakdown videos. See how advanced special effects were pulled off!
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!
Looking to expand your video editing toolkit? Check out these powerful plugins that can speed up your workflow and improve the look of your projects – all under $200!
The Corner Pin Effect in Premiere Pro is a quick way to composite signage in elements in your video frame. In this post we show you how to use this handy effect, as well as nest ‘pinned’ elements into your video footage.