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How to Shoot Jail ScenesHey guys, hope this is okay! We're the Aputure Lighting team and have been working on a lot of educational tutorials lately on how to shoot on-location and in different settings. This week we did an episode at a Jail Set and did recreations of famous jail scenes. The idea is to break down quick and simple lighting setups and start getting the online creator community to think a little outside the box of 3-point lighting. Would love to hear what you think. Happy to answer any questions. And if you like the episode, we're always happy to take requests for episodes or other tutorials you'd like to see. - Nerris from the A-Team
Mocha Pro: Tattoo Removal Tutorial
ruanlotter posted a topic in CamerasIt’s really quite easy to remove markers or tattoos from skin. Have a look at my latest tutorial where I explain how to do this. Thanks for watching! Ruan TunnelvizionTV
Camera Projection and it’s many uses (Tutorial)
ruanlotter posted a topic in CamerasIn this Nuke Tutorial I explain how to do Camera Projection and how to use this amazing technique to create a clean plate or to remove unwanted things from your shots.
Tutorial: How To Auto Sync Sound in Premiere Pro
ruanlotter posted a topic in CamerasHeya! New quick tutorial - how to sync your audio quickly and easily in Premiere Pro! Thank you for watching! Ruan www.twitter.com/ruanlotter www.facebook.com/tunnelviziontv www.tunnelviziontv.net
FumeFX Basic Training
ruanlotter posted a topic in CamerasIn this tutorial I show you the basics of using the amazing plugin, FumeFX for 3dsmax! With FumeFX you can create realistic fire, smoke and explosions! Please consider subscribing so that I can continue making these tutorials for you! Thanks! Ruan
How to resources/blogs
Brett Stark posted a topic in CamerasHi - Sorry for the noobie questions... I see the guides on this site. I am a little unsure of them because I am interested in learning the real basics and not so attached to the camera itself...I actually just bought a rx100 to start out and will add something next yr. So, can anyone recommend any good blogs with really decent beginning/how to articles or an ebook or something or even kindle book etc that will get me into this film/video stuff? Or would you recommend say the GH2 and 50D guides on this site? thx Brett PS - Andrew - I am sure the guides are great:). Just checking if there is something even more intro I could get into first.
Tip: quick viewing of anamorphic footage in VLCSince I don't always want to fire up my videos in an editing program when I do some quick viewings of the shots, here's how to use VLC for viewing footage in different aspect ratios. On VLC in Windows it is easy: - go to Preferences -> All -> Video and you'll find a field where you can enter custom aspect ratios, separated by commas. Keep in mind that VLC only wants whole numbers without decimals, so to get 2.66:1 and 3.55:1 ratios, you would type in: 266:1,355:100 On VLC in Mac OS X: - There isn't unfortunately not anywhere to input this in the application interface, and I just spent some time figuring this out and I'm sharing the howto for you guys, since I couldn't find this information anywhere else on the net! 1) Locate the VLC preferences file: ~/Library/Preferences/org.videolan.vlc/vlcrc Note: ~ equals your home folder for your user, e.g. /Users/myusername. The preferences file is created the first time you run VLC, like Caleb mentions further down in this forum thread. You might want to make a copy of this file before you edit it, just in case... 2) Look for the line that says (lines marked with a # character in front are comments that are ignored by VLC): # Custom aspect ratios list (string) #custom-aspect-ratios= After that, just add a line that says: custom-aspect-ratios=266:100,300:100,355:100 Then you will get the custom aspect ratios 266:100, 300:100 and 355:100 (2.66:1, 3:1, 3.55:1) to choose from in the VLC interface (Video -> Aspect ratio in the menu). Again, keep in mind that VLC won't accept decimals like 2.35:1 for custom aspect ratios. They must be entered like 235:100.