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In this tutorial, Trapcode creator Peder Norrby will show you how to use Motion Vectors with one of the new features in Particular 2.2 to create the effect of particles emitted from direction of motion in live action footage. Get Trapcode Particular 2 at: redgiantsoftware.com/products/all/trapcode-particular/ The plug-in Peder used to get Motion Vectors from the footage [...]
Reach out, Share and Demonstrate each other to grow and get better at what we love to do. I loved working on this project and want to share some of its insights on how I approached to color the elements. Go to: sandervandijk.tv/color and download the aep file to find out how. Step by step instructions on [...]
Author: Peder Norby from Trapcode Tutorial showing how to create a scene in Cinema 4D and export an OBJ and Cinema’s camera. And import all this in Adobe After Effects so the Cinema render perfectly matches Trapcode Form. Sorry for my poor C4D skillz! Note that you need Trapcode Form 2.0.2 to get the “Normalize” [...]
Author: Elliott.G.Montello This is Part 2 of my RE:Vision Effects Twixtor tutorial, the most advanced Twixtor Pro tutorial on the internet. If you haven’t already, it is recommended you check out part 1 first to understand the basics of Twixtor. Featuring an example from ‘Darrienia’ vimeo.com/32156942 a short film by Danny Cooke and myself, We shall be exploring [...]
Author: Elliott.G.Montello After much demand, I have released a tutorial explaining how I used RE:Vision Effects Twixtor to create the interpolated slow motion in the short film ‘Incendium’ by Danny Cooke and myself. vimeo.com/21919856 From the start, ‘Twixtorizing’ fire and water is an extremely hard thing to interpolate due to their unpredictability. However, I shall explain [...]
Author: Joren Kandel from The Pixel Lab In this supersized tutorial series, I’m going to go over the workflow to complete a 3D track using the new Foundry Camera Tracker in After Effects. In this first part we will go over the After Effects side of things. In the next tutorial we will head over into [...]