Posts Tagged ‘Final’
Here’s my Final Demo Reel after my Fullsail Experience! With many more to come, I’m very happy with my First! Please visit www.nigel5000.com in the future for updates and more content! Also…I’d like to get 4 glasses of Apple Juice!
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Car Explosion – 3Ds Max, Fume FX and After Effects
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Virtual Set Compositing Tutorial for Final Cut Pro Made by www.cg4tv.com Free lessons for green screen video editing and tests are available at www.cg4tv.com
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Click “Show More” to read the step-by-step tutorial… Recently, I learned first hand that Super 8 film, while incredibly beautiful, is not incredibly dependable. So, rather than delve into a pool of misery, as I naturally resolved to do, I figured that it is worth while to learn how to apply aged film effects to video, and share it here with you. That way those of us who can’t afford to purchase film when we completely mess up our exposures and have to re-shoot everything will have an alternative to turn to…. From my own experimentation in Final Cut Pro 6, I have learned to create this effect in about 7 steps. It is important to apply the filters in the order they are presented; applying them in a different order will have different effects on the look of the video. So… 1. Select the clip in the Sequence and click Modify → Speed (or right click/control click the clip in the sequence to bring up the speed adjuster). Old cameras shot film at different frame rates. Super 8 cameras would shoot at 12, 18 and 24 frames per second, unlike some video cameras that shoot at 30 frames per second. Adjusting the speed so that it is a little slower, somewhere between 60% and 80%, will add authenticity to the overall look. 2. Video Filters → Blur → Gaussian Blur Play around with the various settings within Gaussian blur. The Blue Gaussian blur setting will have a totally different look than the Red Gaussian blur setting. I like to start off with about the radius at about 2 on …
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Analog to digital. Flatbed editing to Avid/1. SD to HD—and now to 3D. Final Cut Pro to Final Cut Studio and back to Final Cut Pro X. Where are we? Where have we come from? Where are we going? Throughout the history of film and video editing, there have been many watershed moments that have turned the industry on its head. Each has been met with uncertainty, but ultimately led way to the industry’s next paradigm shift. In this special Tekserve event, presented by Evan Schechtman of @radical.media and Outpost Digital, and co-sponsored by Manhattan Edit Workshop, we took a look at the history of digital video editing—with a particular focus on Apple’s Final Cut Pro X, and how this just-released software sets the foundation for the industry’s next big revolution. ——— Tekserve finesses advanced audio and video workflows, networks, and storage solutions. Tekserve provides unparalleled professional support, consulting, and installation services for the latest hardware and software. Tekserve’s Solutions Experts are ready to discuss the customized solutions they can tailor for your business to streamline its operations. Call or email today to schedule a consultation: firstname.lastname@example.org or 212 381-6363 www.tekserve.com 119 West 23rd Street, NYC
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This is NOT a complete project nor is this the final soundtrack that will be used and here for ONLY educational purposes! Put this together in a few hours… Painful hours… Crashes and etc. Wanted to show what type of different effects are possible in the FREE add-ons with Pinnacle Studio 14 Ultimate. Kinda cool but very difficult to work with (Adobe After Affects it is NOT). Had several crashes and tried one Particle effect that should of really taxed my cpu, but… NO… Not sure if the software really uses all the CPU processing it has available. I have a brand new SONY VPCF126FM laptop with a NVIDIDA video card and running on a intel i7 core processer. The 1080p/30 mpeg2 rendering ran for 9.5 hours and I finally had to stop the rendering. While it was rendering, my processor(s) was running very low. Ok, so I have LOTS of questions for Pinnacle but here are a few of the effects I put together for your viewing pleasure using this very inexpensive video non-linear software. Despite the work-arounds I am still impressed with this little program that I bought for 0.00 to just transfer some of my old family VHS or SVHS to digital. I will have more to share on this later. Thanks for watching
www.noiseindustries.com FxFactory is a visual effects architecture that powers hundreds of plug-ins for Final Cut Studio, Final Cut Express and Adobe After Effects. FxFactory provides a single set of tools that serve the needs of end-users and visual effects developers alike: An elegant application that lets users browse, purchase and register all FxFactory products installed on their system. Effects powered by FxFactory are available as native plug-ins in the most popular editing and compositing applications. The parameter configuration and features of each plug-in are identical in all supported hosts. Hundreds of commercial and free plug-ins already available, with new ones added monthly. Users can create their own plug-ins without writing a single line of code.