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  1. Hi, I my last video i did a Star Trek transporter effect. It's pretty basic and i would like to create something like the transporter of the Franklin in Star Trek Beyond in my future videos. I would love to get feedback on my video quality and what would you add. Particulary the lighting is a area i need to work on. My video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_4QzdiSrFQU Franklin transporter: http://www.facebook.com/SaucetvAwesome/photos/a.1640382469598402.1073741830.1503065506663433/1640382479598401/?type=3&theater I know there are worlds between my transporter effect and the pro effect from Beyond, but i would like to be able to do it some day. Imagine all the techniques that go in a effect like this. I'm shooting on the GH4 whit the Panasonic Lumix G Leica DG Summilux 15mm f/1.7 ASPH Lens. Thanks for reading Tomaž
  2. Hello, For a review of Fantastic Beasts and where to find them i recreate the magical newspaper The Daily Prophet from Harry Potter. I would love to get your opinion on the effects.
  3. We wanted to try compositing basic 3D VFX in the background with GH4 4K video (inspired by videogames I used to write). I used 3DS Max to create a simple scene with an alpha channel and tried to composite everything in Premiere Pro CC. Unfortunately, PPro (and AE) have issues with the 3DSMax alpha channel (not a premultiplied color issue) and the low levels of the alpha channel appear to get clipped, cutting off subtle glows, etc., making correct compositing impossible. So I moved the background plate into 3DS Max and rendered the 3D elements directly on top. I had originally planned for a much more complex 3D scene, including having objects come out of the background and go around her head, but the time spent trying to work around the compositing issue took too much time.
  4. In 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.
  5. Want to get started with The Foundry’s Nuke? Want to take your VFX to the next level? In my first Nuke tutorial I show you how to create a muzzle flash effect very easily. The Foundry released a FREE non-commercial version of Nuke that you can download here: http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/nuke/non-commercial/ Thanks for watching and remember to subscribe if you want to get notified of new VFX tutorials every week! Cheerz, Ruan
  6. Have you ever wanted to do your own Visual Effects or maybe dream about working for a major VFX Studio in Hollywood? Well now you can learn all the basic skills to get you started! This course will give you the all building blocks that will allow you to start using Adobe After Effects, 3dsmax and also PFTrack to create your own amazing Visual Effects - Hollywood Style. You will also get to use the amazing V-Ray Renderer for 3dsmax which is used widely in the VFX industry as well as in the Gaming world! Click to enroll: https://www.udemy.com/introtovfx What you will learn: Autodesk 3dsmaxCreating GeometrySubdivision ModelingAnimation and KeyframesTexuring and the Material EditorThe Activeshade RendererThe V-ray RendererMassFX Physics EngineLighting and ShadowsThe Graph EditorImporting 3D ModelsHow to use Tracking Data from PFTrackRenderingAdobe After EffectsAfter Effects BasicsWorking with LayersApplying Effects to LayersMasks & RotoscopingCompositingAnimation and KeyframesColor GradingChroma KeyingTracking (2D and 3D)and much more!!PFTrackUser Track and Auto Track nodesSolving the CameraOrienting The SceneUsing Test ObjectsExporting Tracking Data to 3dsmaxand of-course much much more!After each chapter you will do a very exciting mini project with me, to ensure that you understand everything that was covered in that specific chapter before we move on to the next chapter. I will provide you with sample footage / graphics / 3d models and more, that we will use during this course. The total running time of this course is 4 Hours and 33 Minutes!!! Get ready to begin your career in VFX right NOW! All this for only $49 - Click to enroll: https://www.udemy.com/introtovfx
  7. Hey guys, Been following EOSHD for ages, and sometimes get to implement things I've learnt on here, at work (for a small DLSR based production company). I wanted to share a recent experience we had in the office when testing out the DitoGear OmniSlider which we saw the review for on the main EOSHD blog. We were playing around with the "repeat movement" programming we stumbled across a pretty cool technique - something we then went on to use on a paid client job! Check it out:
  8. In my latest VFX video Tutorial I will show you how to create a moving photo, or put a video inside a photo! This effect has many uses - maybe a moving painting hanging on a wall? A moving picture in a book? Anyways - Hope you all enjoy and please remember to Subscribe! :) Thank you! Ruan www.twitter.com/ruanlotter
  9. In my latest VFX video Tutorial I will show you how to create a moving photo, or put a video inside a photo! This effect has many uses - maybe a moving painting hanging on a wall? A moving picture in a book? Anyways - Hope you all enjoy and please remember to Subscribe! :) Thank you! Ruan www.twitter.com/ruanlotter
  10. Hi guys! I wanted to share with you this showreel I recently made for my production company and its site which I recently launched: http://www.tordostudio.com   -   https://www.facebook.com/TordoStudio   https://vimeo.com/70074349     Please tell me what you think of it! Cheers!
  11. http://vimeo.com/59920628   ...I did all the "digital opticals", the glows and FX related to how slick their skater helps make your footage, lol.  My specialty usually swings more towards the photo-real, natural phenomenon stuff but I love these sorts of old school, optical printer style effects that I grew up loving as a kid.     They've always been a challenge to do, well at least, digitally but now that After Effects has both a 32bit workflow with, more importantly, linear-light colorspace, they're far, far easier to accomplish effectively.   Anyway, the spot is fun.  They should be posting the second spot Paul and I did any time now, for their Cine Squid this time.
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