Here are a few audio tutorials made for the motion picture! Learn to edit dialog better, loudness levels, and audio restoration.
With Vimeo’s announcement last week about their support of VR, we thought we would showcase a few tutorials that will help you create immersive VR content and show you what some content creators have made with these tools.
Learn how to export corner pin or CC power pin data from your fayIn insert, as well as how easy it is to add 3D objects to your scene with fayIn Gold, in this tutorial from fayteq.
Joren Kandel from the Pixel Lab recently found a “secret” book generator hidden inside of Cinema 4D that many people might not know is there. Watch his tutorial to learn where to find and how to use this rig.
Someone contacted us last week to ask about which VST plug-ins can be used in DaVinci Resolve. There are actually quite a few VST plug-ins that will work in Resolve. And did you know that AU plug-ins can also be used? Here’s more on what, why, and how.
In this tutorial Kevin P. McAuliffe shows you how to transform your crisp HD footage to a more gritty organic film look by subtly layering multiple effects from Boris Continuum 10.
This training series guides users through the basics of the powerful VFX tool, mocha Pro 5. Learn about Planar Motion Tracking, Advanced Roto & Masking Tools, Object Removal, Image & Camera Stabilizer, Screen Inserts & more.
Chris Schmidt from Greyscalegorilla teaches you the most important settings for soft body dynamics in Cinema 4D, so you can quickly and intuitively create whatever consistency you want on your objects.
It’s no secret that I am a space geek and I’m a big fan of hard science fiction, so I’m always attracted to tutorials that show how to create realistic space scenes. Here are a few that you may find useful for your next Space Opera! (Star Wars is a Space Opera if you’re wondering).
Today we’re going to share some tutorials and resources for making your cartoon characters come to life with Adobe Software including After Effects, Adobe Character Animator, and Adobe Illustrator.
Modeling is the most fun part of working in 3D, for me, anyway. Check out this fantastic 2 part tutorial about creating a low-poly lighthouse and it is a wonderful introduction to the Modeling Toolkit in Maya. If you’re just learning Maya, definitely check this one out!
Right now we have a great 3-day sale happening on X-Particles so we thought it would be a great time to give you a tutorial. This one was new yesterday and comes from Greyscalegorilla.
Feb 21, 2017 The Pixel Lab Industrial Pack 2
We haven’t done a Burning Question in a while and the topic of Soft Body Dynamics keeps coming up! It’s fun to play with! Here are a few tutorials that show different things that can be done with Soft Body Dynamics.
Pumping up the saturation or levels in your sky can add drama, mood, and beauty to your scene. Here are some resources that will help you improve your skies, or even replace them! Here are nine tutorials: five for Resolve and four for After Effects.
Learning hotkeys can make your work in Maya so much more efficient. I know my keyboard shortcuts fairly well in After Effects, but being new to Maya, I’m learning them and I’ve put several in my notebook. Here are a few good ones that I have learned and resources about Maya Hotkeys.
Part 2 of this multipart series on background removal covers Digital Anarchy’s Primatte Chromakey and how to use it with Photoshop for the best workflow possible.