by Casey Faris, Ground Control If you’ve wanted to get into FUSION to do fancy things like make animated graphics, VFX, and compositing Casey Faris of Ground Control has a SUPER COOL guide for ya! This video goes over EVERYTHING you need to know about Fusion to get started! This is an ultimate crash course […]Read more "Getting Started with Fusion, FREE BASIC TRAINING"
BY ZACH RAMELAN, Premiumbeat Using a car as a portable stabilizer is incredibly useful. From simple setups to complex angles, cars are a great way to diversify your coverage on a budget in outdoor locations. The key thing to remember is that you don’t always need “film gear” to capture a cinematic shot. Most of the […]Read more "Video Tutorial: How to Use a Vehicle as a Dolly System"
by Todd Blankenship, Rocketstock Use After Effects tracking tools to create a HUD inspired by Spider-Man: Homecoming. Plus 12 free HUD elements from our Interface pack. In this tutorial, we’ll use some intermediate to advanced methods in After Effects (using the built-in tracking tools as well as elements from our new Interface HUD Pack) to quickly create this impressive special […]Read more "12 FREE Spider-Man-Inspired HUD Assets"
by fayIN Just found this plugin for use with Adobe After Effects by fayIN… and I gotta try it for FREE (version)! The ease of matchmoving Concentrate on the creation of the inserted content instead of adjusting & manually processing tracking planes. 1. Add track Simply mask your target area anywhere in the scene. […]Read more "Experience the ease of camera tracking and digital content integration, FREE"
October 6, 2015 by V Renée, nofilmschool Forget using expensive dolly tracks or handheld gimbals to pull off beautiful camera moves. You’ve got a car, right? Admittedly, using cars to get these shots is kind of an old school technique that indie filmmakers have been using for a long time, especially before handheld 3-axis gimbals […]Read more "Tutorial: Your Car is (Still) Your Best Friend for Capturing Smooth Tracking Shots"
September 17, 2012 by Creative Cow and Richard Harrington You’ve heard that most people use less than 10% of their brains? It’s true for your software too: people can often leave the most powerful features in every release untapped while they focus on features they already know. Adobe expert Richard Harrington takes a look at […]Read more "Adobe CS6 Secrets: Getting the Most from CS6 with Richard Harrington"
March 24, 2012 by Imagineer Systems Target Release Date: April 15, 2012 • Customers that purchases mocha AE or mocha Pro between March 15-April 15, 2012 will receive a free upgrade to version 3. • All customers on valid support & maintenance contracts will receive free upgrade to version 3. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you […]Read more "mocha 3 is Coming in April!"
January 5, 2012 by Imagineer Systems, Studio Monthly and Nino Del Padre This Incredibly Fast 64-bit Planar Tracker Will Help Any Facility Save Time Changing Elements in Even the Most Complicated Scenes The sleight of hand we, as video editors, have to accomplish on a daily basis gets a little maddening at times. It’s […]Read more "Review: Imagineer Systems Mocha Pro"
July 4, 2011 by Mocha This is an amazing video tutorial by Martin Brenand of Imagineer Systems. In it, he brilliantly shows you how to track an iPhone and export tracking and mask XML data to Final Cut Pro to finish. mocha AE makes it simple! Check it out…. Here’s the video on this cool ability: […]Read more "Using mocha AE for iPhone Screen Replacement and Tracking"
October 16, 2010 How to use various features to set optimal reference points and correct tracking drift in an rotospline Steve Wright, Studio Monthly Learn how to capture and export adjusted tracking data, use various features to set optimal reference points, and eliminate tracking drift in a rotospline in this advanced tutorial from master trainer […]Read more "Video: Learn Advanced Tracking Techniques in Imagineer Mocha"