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How to Set Up AE for Network Rendering on Multiple Machines

How to Set Up AE for Network Rendering on Multiple Machines

July 22, 2013

“In this tutorial we’ll discuss how to setup a network for multi-machine rendering in After Effects and how we can take advantage of watch folders to help automate the process.” – Post by James Whiffin of Aetuts+

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Davinci Resolve Fundamentals (10 Videos)

Davinci Resolve Fundamentals (10 Videos)

July 16, 2013

We’ll kick off Tutorial Tuesday with a series by Bran Hvítabjörninn and AE Tuts+ on the Davinci Resolve.

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Getting Started with After Effects CC and CINEWARE

Getting Started with After Effects CC and CINEWARE

July 16, 2013

Mathias Mohl from Mamoworld shows how to create and animate a logo in CINEWARE and finish it in After Effects CC.

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Multicam Setup in Cinema 4D and Import Into AE CC

July 16, 2013

By Vic Garcia. Create a Chase Scene in C4D using Multiple Cameras, Stage Object and importing into After Effects CC using the Cineware plugin.

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custom burn map tutorial

Creating a Custom Burn Map

July 10, 2013

This short tutorial shows how to create a custom Burn Map, using Photoshop, and Nattress Film Burn Through transition from Nattress Film Transitions for Final Cut Pro, Motion and After Effects.

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Installing After Effects CC render engines with Adobe Creative Cloud

July 9, 2013

One of the changes in After Effects CC (12.0) regards when activation occurs, and this affects how you install render-only instances of the After Effects application, known as render engines. Todd Kopriva of Adobe goes into detail on the new process.

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Avid Screencast #29: Glow Transition

July 9, 2013

In this episode, they create a nice Glow transition using a Boris Continuum Complete Effect that ships with Media Composer.

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Final Cut Pro 7 BEST Transition Techniques

July 9, 2013

Top3DTuts shows 3 ways to make transitions between clips using Cross Dissolve, Fade-in and Fade-out in Final Cut Pro 7.

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Tutorial: Multicam for YouTube in Final Cut Pro X

July 8, 2013

We’ll start Tutorial Tuesday with something FCP X. Steve Martin of Ripple Training talks to Mark Spencer in MacBreak Studio: Episode 221 – Multi-Cam Videos for YouTubers.

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Creating Customized Quick Transitions in Avid Media Composer

July 8, 2013

Learn how to create custom transitions within Avid Media Composer. These transitions can then be accesseed through the Quick Transitions dialog box.

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mocha Pro Tutorial: 3D Camera Solver and Nuke Pt. 2

mocha Pro Tutorial: 3D Camera Solver and Nuke Pt. 2

July 8, 2013

Imagineer Product Manager, Martin Brennand created this 2 part series demonstrating how mocha Pro's 3D Camera Solve can be used to for 3D tracking to compliment the Nuke workflow.

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mocha Pro Tutorial: 3D Camera Solver and Nuke Pt. 1

mocha Pro Tutorial: 3D Camera Solver and Nuke Pt. 1

July 8, 2013

Imagineer Product Manager, Martin Brennand created this 2 part series demonstrating how mocha Pro's 3D Camera Solve can be used to for 3D tracking to compliment the Nuke workflow.

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How to create a trampoline in Cinema 4D

How to create a trampoline in Cinema 4D

July 3, 2013

In this tutorial we will be taking a look at “connect objects” as well as “point selection tags” with in Cinema 4D. These awesome tools will give us the ability to create a trampoline with dynamics.

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5 Handy Effects in Adobe After Effects You Should Know

5 Handy Effects in Adobe After Effects You Should Know

July 3, 2013

As we continue with Tutorial Tuesday at Toolfarm, here are 5 Useful effects that every AE artist can pull from their arsenal time and time again!

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Hollywood Movie Titles Series – The Great Gatsby

Hollywood Movie Titles Series – The Great Gatsby

July 3, 2013

We’re going to be looking at the animation style of “The Great Gatsby”. We’ll make this title style using Cinema 4d for the modeling of the logo and After Effects for the final composite. The real core of this tutorial is how to get the logo from a 2d drawing to a complex 3d model. Once you know the secrets of how to get the logo with all its molding, the remaining design of the background come naturally.

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