Digital Tutors - New Features in NUKE 8.0
English | .MP4 | Duration : 1h 3m | Level : Intermediate | Project Files Included | 670 mb
Software used : Nuke 8 | elearning
Educator - Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 with John Snape
WEB-Rip | MP4 | AVC1 @ 1 Mbit/s | 966x570 | AAC Stereo @ 128 Kbit/s 44 KHz | 15 Hours | 5.15 GB
Genre: Adobe Premiere Pro CS6 | Language: English
Commercial Editing Techniques with Final Cut Pro X | 944 MB
English | 1h 54m | AVC1 960x540 29.97 fps | AAC 160 Kbps 48 KHz
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate
Editing a concise and captivating, effects-driven commercial spot is a challenging and exciting endeavor. Every single moment counts. In this course Ashley Kennedy walks through the process of building a great 30-second spot, from assessing preproduction materials to delivery to the client. She examines the audience for the commercial, the timing and pacing of the rough cut, transitions and effects, and the final details like color correction that make your project look professional. Along the way, Ashley encounters and resolves creative and technical problems editors often face in the real world.
English | MP4 | 1280x720 | AVC 155 Kbps 25.000 fps | AAC 128 Kbps 44.1 khz | 14h 55mn | 3.30 GB
Genre: Video Training
Adobe Premiere Pro has fast become the number-one editing system for many editors around the world, and in the CS6 version, Adobe has added some new features that challenge expectations. These include a new special effects paradigm, advanced features previously seen only in Adobe After Effects, and a newly enhanced user interface. In this Learn by Video course (produced in partnership with our friends at Peachpit Press), expert editor and trainer Maxim Jago covers everything from the fundamentals of nonlinear editing all the way up to the most advanced new features. You’ll learn how to bring multiple media types into Premiere Pro, combine them to produce professional edits, apply effects, add titles, work with audio, and output to multiple formats, including DVD, Blu-ray and files.
In this course, Rich Harrington offers tips for creating a fast and efficient motion graphics workflow in the After Effects timeline—leaving you with more time for creativity. This installment of After Effects Guru reveals time-saving features for navigating to specific timecodes, adjusting keyframes, changing layer behavior and applying effects with switches, and using markers to annotate your projects.
Duration 1h 27m Level Beginner Project Files Included 15FPS MP4 760MB
In this series of tutorials we will go through an overview of Premiere Pro CS6 as well as CC, with a guided tour of the interface and the many tools within the program to edit video and audio in the creation of a final presentation. We discuss importing clips, creating titles, video and audio transitions, video and audio effects, editing together video from multiple camera sources, exporting our project to various media, and creating a DVD of our project in Adobe Encore. By the end of this tutorial you will have a solid familiarity with many of the tools in Premiere Pro so that you can begin creating your own polished and professional video presentations.
English | .MP4 | Video: AVC (.mp4) 960x540 15&30fps | Mar 08, 2013 l 2h 37m l Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch | 1.3 GB
Join independent film director and screenwriter Mark Tapio Kines as he walks you through the process of getting your screenplay idea out of your head and onto the printed page. Learn how to define your story's characters, obstacles, and scope; understand the importance of each of the three acts in a traditional narrative structure; and discover how to build tension and reveal key plot points. Lastly, Mark shows you how to format your screenplay to make it readable and well paced, and navigate the legalities of adapting an existing property, collaborating with a cowriter, or engaging in a work-for-hire contract.
Digital Tutors - Advanced Rotoscoping and Keying Techniques in mocha and NUKE
Duration : 1h 43m | Software : NUKE 6.3v6 mocha 2.5 | Project Files Included | 15FPS .MP4 | 841 MB
Professor Craig Leffel - GRD201 : The Craft of Color Grading
English| Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, mono (eng)
MP4| Video: h264, yuv420p, 1280x720, 24.00 fps(r) (eng)| 9.01 GB
Genre: Video Training
February 6, 2013 After Effects Motion graphics l 817 MB
It’s one thing to develop a skill, it’s another thing to know how to market and use it in a client relationship. VinhSon Nguyen shows you how with his latest series. Step by step, VinhSon will walk you through demonstrating your After Effects skills in a engaging demo reel and successfully ushering a client through a motion graphics project. Now that you’ve got the skills, get the business in this course.
Requirements: After Effects, VCP's Optical Flares and Trapcode Particular l Difficulty: Intermediate l Run Time: 68:27 min
In this tutorial I’ll be showing you how to create the stylized slow motion energy explosion that I used in my Agents of Evil 2: Supercharged short film. In the tutorial I’ll be using VCP’s Optical Flares for the lens flares and Trapcode Particular to make the energy particles and smoke trails. I’ll also be using VCP’s 3D Camera Projection Tutorial to do the camera move. I use a stock smoke clip that Corridor Digital gave out for free (it’s at the end of the video). We’ll go through the process of adding the lighting on the ground, animating the flares, creating the energy particles with smoke trails and making the shock waves.
In this tutorial, we will be making a water bubble that behaves as if it’s being levitated. We won’t be using any extra plugins – just the ones built into After Effects, mainly CC Sphere. The bubble will look and behave as if it is 3D, so it is great for incorporating into dynamic live action scenes. However, because of the way CC Sphere works, we will actually be ‘faking’ the 3D look using a very simple workaround.
Learning Adobe Premiere Pro CC Training Video
English | .MP4 | Duration: 18.25 hours - 128 tutorial videos | Date Released: 2013-06-03 | 3.6 GB
Genre : elearning
In this Adobe Premiere Pro CC training course, expert author Jeff Sengstack teaches you how to import video, edit it, add effects and transitions, and then export your video projects. You will learn the tools and techniques that Premiere Pro has to offer you, and how to apply them to everyday editing scenarios. Designed for the absolute beginner, no previous editing experience is required in order for you to get the most out of this Premier Pro CC tutorial.
Sony’s Vegas Pro 12 is the latest update to the extremely popular professional digital video editing software. In this VTC course, you will learn how to create a music video from video footage and audio files provided. As the course progresses, author and expert Mark Struthers will demonstrate the functions required for a music video project. He will illustrate various audio and video effects prior to looking at the Vegas Pro 12 Mixing Console. Focusing on certain sections of the music video, the course aims to teach you techniques and skills that you can use in practice on the provided work files and then on your own projects as your skill in Vegas improves.
Lower thirds, opening titles or ending credits, it’s more then just text, it has to fit in with your film project. And not only the font, but there is a lot we can do to design such titles. Going from 3D text, text animation, colors, motion tracking, etc. In this course you will a very creative part, but also a technical part to understand how we need to handle those titles.
In this After effects tutorial we’ll learn the basics of Rotoscoping using After Effects. Digital rotoscoping is the process of creating a mask or matte to isolate part of an image or video so you can change it or add it to a different background and is a very important part of the visual effects process. We’ll begin this tutorial by learning about the pen tool, which lets us draw shapes and masks. We’ll then dive deeper into the masking system in After Effects and learn some time saving workflows for checking your roto. We’ll then jump into the basic workflows of animating masks and how we can keep a consistent shape for a more appealing matte. We’ll end by outputting our mask into an image sequence that can be used in other applications.
This episode of After Effects Guru combines the powers of Adobe Photoshop, After Effects, and Illustrator to help you make polished logo animations for your clients. Learn how to use the Keyframe Assistant to build animations with multiple repeating elements, and animate with color, starting with grayscale values you’ll use to generate different hues. Ian Robinson also provides some project-saving advice for what happens when you don’t have access to the full-res version of a logo. Last, you’ll learn about the best formats for outputting animated logo bugs and animations that contain transparency.
In this After effects tutorial we’ll learn how to use the tracking, keying and masking features of After Effects to create a fast, robust rotoscope shape. By using each feature for their specific strength, we’ll be able to achieve production-quality results much faster than hand keying. We’ll begin the tutorial by learning the basics of using trackers to speed up the rotoscoping process by removing camera jitter, translation, rotation and scaling. We’ll then dive into our main project where we will use a combination of tracking, color keying and shape animation to create a clean mask for our foreground actor. We’ll learn how each of these different methods can be used to speed up our rotoscoping workflow.
Duration 2h 24m Level Advanced Project Files Included 15FPS MP4 1.59GB
In this series of tutorials we will composite a shimmering fractal reveal in After Effects utilizing assets generated in Maya.We will be matchmoving a live action plate and creating proxy geometry of the scene in Maya. We will then export the geometry as OBJ assets and assemble them in After Effects. We will animate a fractal pattern to act as a matte for our transition and apply that to our 3D geometry using the Element 3D plug-in. To create vibrant glows we will be using plugins such as Radium, Sapphire, and Starglow whilst taking advantage of linear color-space to achieve the best results possible.
level Intermediate l duration 2h 31m l released Nov 04, 2013 l 1.2 GB
Organization is key to a successful post-production workflow. This course picks up where the end of your shoot leaves off and before editing begins—when you need to import, organize, and log your footage. Jason Osder shows how to import all different types of assets, from stills to soundtracks, and how to sort and annotate your footage in Adobe Premiere Pro. Plus, learn a few tricks involving Bridge and Prelude (like batch renaming) that will cut your logging time in half.
level Appropriate for all l duration 59m 39s l released Oct 24, 2013 l 173 MB
Good lighting can transform any scene, regardless of your camera and location. Of any production expense, it's where you get the most value. Develop the skills you need to light any shooting situation in this course with audio and video professional Anthony Q. Artis. Anthony introduces you to a few extra pieces of gear that will make your job easier and then shows how to light indoor and outdoor spaces, supplement daylight, and work with what you've got, whether it's dimmer switches or lampshades.
Premiere Pro Guru: Outputs and Media Encoder with Jason Osder
English | .MP4 | aac, 48000 Hz, 2 channels, s16, 95 kb/s (eng) | Video: h264, yuv420p, 960x540 | 1.2 GB
Genre : elearning
Outputting video is one of the most important yet misunderstood parts of the creative process. If you work with Adobe Premiere Pro, you need to understand how to choose a format, convert frame rates, and work with Media Encoder, the engine that processes all your encoding. In this course Jason Osder explains it all. He also shows you how to access Media Encoder from inside Premiere Pro or as a stand-alone program, create an efficient export workflow, and encode for formats such as broadcast, DVD or Blu-ray, YouTube, and mobile devices. Plus, learn how to leverage Premiere Pro's automation features and speed up your workflow.
Up and Running with Optical Flares
English | .MP4 | H264 | 960x540 30fps 700Kbps | AAC 48KHz 128Kbps | 2h 37m | 1.2 GB
Genre : elearning
Lens flares are ubiquitous. They're in commercials and promos, TV shows, and feature films. And most of the time, those flares were created with the Optical Flares plugin for After Effects.
Duration: 1h 59m | Video: MPEG-4 Visual 640x480 (4:3) 30fps 708kbps | Audio: MP3 44.1kHz stereo 128kbps
Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner/Intermediate | Language: English