Create Beautiful Volumetric Lighting in Davinci Resolve with Sapphire EdgeRays
Create photorealistic lighting effects with Blackmagic Davinci Resolve and Sapphire Edge Rays. For more cool lighting effects, Check out Boris FX Sapphire for Davinci Resolve, After Effects, Premiere Pro, and other hosts.
This quick Blackmagic Davinci Resolve tutorial from certified Adobe, Apple, and Avid trainer, Nick Harauz. He demonstrates how to use Sapphire EdgeRays to:
- adjust rays length
- produce rays under source
- bring down ray quality
- apply shimmer
- Renowned Hollywood Lens Flare Effects with Sapphire
Kevin McAuliffe shows you how to manipulate S_LensFlare inside Avid Media Composer, quickly and easily, with the Sapphire Lens Flare Designer. He explains how to edit individual elements or customize your very own flare from scratch.
- How to track Lens Flares automatically in Avid Media Composer
Nick Harauz of Creative 111 gives you the low down, using Mocha in Sapphire to avoid keyframing.
Sapphire is the most in demand, unequalled, work-horse plug-in suite for visual effects.
Sapphire 11 is a substantial upgrade and includes the integrating of the powerful, fast, Academy Award-winning Mocha planar tracking engine into Sapphire effects. Sapphire 11 also includes more than 50 new effect and transitions, designed with the Sapphire Builder. Autodesk Flame artists can take advantage of the unique S_Mocha spark plug-in, which allows mocha planar tracking data to be exported for use in other Flame compositing modules. Lastly, Sapphire 11 is lightning fast with new CPU and GPU performance improvements.
Flawlessly simulate natural and synthetic lights with the legendary Sapphire Lighting Unit.
Sapphire Units are only available as a perpetual license. Sapphire Units are multi-host. One license gives users access to all supported hosts on the same machine.
Posted by Michele Yamazaki