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Magic Glass Breaking Time Freeze

Magic Glass Breaking Time Freeze

October 4, 2011

Create a cool looking glass/window break. I’ll be talking through some basic compositing with Action Movie Essentials 2 and cover a little time remapping.

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How to make a Cinemagraph with Photoshop and After Effects

How to make a Cinemagraph with Photoshop and After Effects

September 27, 2011

An interesting technique where a portion of a still image is animated. Some are very cool, some are creepy! Animated GIFs live!!

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Color grading and finishing in Premiere Pro CS5.5

Color grading and finishing in Premiere Pro CS5.5

September 19, 2011

Speed up your color grading and finishing! This video tutorial teaches how to do primary, secondary and some pretty advanced color correction in Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5. You’ll learn how to create masks for color correction inside of Premiere Pro, and to tweak parts of the image without affecting others. You’ll learn how to use Jarle’s Grading Tools (a collection of useful presets) to speed up your own color grading workflow.

Also covered are some common finishing techniques like how to fix moiré, blown-out highlights, blue sky fix, sharpening, letterboxing, noise reduction, stabilizing and scaling/crop.

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Basic Head rotations using 3D Layers, Distortion Mesh & Expressions in After Effects

Basic Head rotations using 3D Layers, Distortion Mesh & Expressions in After Effects

September 14, 2011

Posted by Daniel Gies on Vimeo: “This is a really quick overview of one method to approach head rotations and Blink animations. It is not a definitive method, but if your character design suites the process it can be quite effective.

I just skim over the expressions and property linking so if you need a more detailed overview of linking sliders to layer attributes check out my earlier tutorial on Using Sliders.”

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Red Giant Quicktip #15: Trapcode Form City

Red Giant Quicktip #15: Trapcode Form City

June 27, 2011

In this Quicktip, Aharon Rabinowitz shows you how using Depth Maps to displace Trapcode Form particles can be used to create a 3D Point Cloud Representation of a city.  This tutorial was inspired by the brilliant Trapcode Form work of Jeremy Cox at Imaginary Forces, for the film “Terminator: Salvation.”

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