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May 1, 2012, 8:18 am
In the days of early motion picture making the art of "matte painting" was a process of actually painting with oils on a plate glass that was then shot in position in front of a scene on location or in the studio where the film would be exposed by the combined images through the camera's lens, creating an illusion that the actors int...
May 26, 2015, 4:23 pm
With TriCaster, you're free to share school news, sports events and other activities—quickly and easily. It's easy to learn and operate. One person or a small team. Broadcast or webcast the action. Stream live to the Web. Deliver to projector. Record for future viewing. Do it all. All at once. TriCaster gives you the freedom and the power to deliver your school's activities to family, friends and fans. Higher learning – it's more affordable than you think. And, if you order before Ju...
May 26, 2015, 12:35 pm
One of the most fun and challenging jobs you can work on is a multi-screen projection. The common way to tackle this in After Effects is to create one large composition that represents all of the screens put together, create your animation in that, and then break it into its individual projections when it comes time to render. However, many tackle the rendering phase wrong.
May 26, 2015, 9:27 am
The beauty of After Effects is that it's approachable for simple tasks and at the same time has a feature set capable of producing complex film quality effects. In the olden days we had to walk miles through snow to for Adobe After Effects tutorials, if there were any, but now there's tons of worthy free stuff. The biggest gotcha with this material for beginners might be the new previewing features expected in the 2015 version of After Effects CC. General sage advice is to "start at the b...
May 26, 2015, 4:51 am
Jeff Foster’s “The Green Screen Handbook, 2nd Edition” is subtitled, “Real-World Production Techniques”, and it’s described as “a comprehensive how-to manual that walks you through the many integral techniques required in preproduction, production, and postproduction to use green screen effectively.”
May 24, 2015, 9:03 am
In this lesson, Kevin P McAuliffe talks about the basics of Multicamera editing in Media Composer, how to set it up and how to make critical changes, when the producer/director is sitting right next to you!
If we want to get into editing or VFX we can see lists of films and tv shows to watch. But what about color correction, w...
Where do you think the editor must put most of efforts and knowledge?
What is the director you'd love to work with?
We sat down for a chat with Katrina De Leon who works for ProductionHUB, a site for film industry professionals to find work ...
This weeks post production news includes: Animal Logic, Screen Australia, Christie Digital, and more!
In this episode Gordon and Aaron sit down and continue their discussion about the film I Am Michael and his unique approach t ...
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