By NFS Staff, nofilmschool.com The company behind HitFilm has updated CamTrackAR, an app that allows you to capture video and 3D track the data simultaneously using Apple’s AR technology. CamTrackAR allows anyone to create virtual productions on the iPhone or iPad, where users can import and previs 3D models in real-time. With version 2.0, the app has added new features, including […]Read more "FXHome’s Free Virtual Production App Now Has Chroma Key Filters"
by Maxim Jago, The Creativity Conference A global meeting of minds to explore the essence of creativity with the goal of inspiring and re-invigorating creativity for all Creatives from all over the world are invited to share ideas, experience new perspectives, and deepen their understanding of the creative process. The Creativity Conference is a FREE opportunity to challenge […]Read more "The Free Online Creativity Conference"
by GreenBuzz, Madison Edwards Shopping for a house just isn’t the same as shopping for your next Amazon purchase. The buying process is so complex, with many factors influencing your customer’s ultimate decision. Real Estate Agents have a challenge to market their product to careful and considerate buyers who aren’t likely to be easily influenced. That […]Read more "Current Video Trends In Real Estate"
by MotionVFX m*CamRig by MotionVFX allows you to easily create dynamic camera animation right inside Final Cut Pro X. mCamRig plugin is a must-have for every editor who wants to add some space to the project. Without hours of arduous keyframing you can now achieve a swift camera movement and present your footage from different […]Read more "m*CamRig: Free Virtual Camera Rig for FCPX"
February 11, 2011 by VideoMaker Magazine We’ve all seen impressive sound boards with a plethora of buttons, sliders and dials. But did you know your editing software might have a similar virtual mixing board? How do you mix the soundtrack for your video projects? There are several ways. You could normalize each track to some […]Read more "Using a Virtual Mixing Board"
February 28, 2010 This is a pretty interesting demo reel from VFX company Stargate Studios, showing how much green screen is used in TV, even for the simplest of scenes. Virtual backlots, full set green screens and special visual effects are just a part of what Stargate Studios does for many television shows, including Heros, […]Read more "Television – It’s All Lies! A Look at Stargate Studios"