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Boris FX (140 Tutorials)

MochaBlend C4D Basics #3: Creating an object solve from a mocha perspective track

MochaBlend C4D Basics #3: Creating an object solve from a mocha perspective track

February 16, 2016

In this tutorial, you’ll learn how to use MochaBlend C4D to turn a perspective track in mocha into an object solve in C4D. You’ll learn the best way to track a plane in mocha for MochaBlend’s Perspective-Solver, and how to identify some common problems when working with the solver.

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MochaBlend C4D Basics #2: Creating 3D motion from a non-perspective mocha track

MochaBlend C4D Basics #2: Creating 3D motion from a non-perspective mocha track

February 16, 2016

In this tutorial, you’ll learn about creating 3D motion from a non-perspective track in mocha. We’ll be using MochaBlend C4D’s 2.5D solver to create the 3D motion. You’ll learn how to analyze the motion in your shot so you can both track it properly in mocha, and choose the correct solver in MochaBlend C4D.

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MochaBlend C4D Basics #1: Getting Started

MochaBlend C4D Basics #1: Getting Started

February 11, 2016

This introductory tutorial will explain MochaBlend C4D‘s panel, and some general concepts about the workflow inside Cinema 4D. You will learn how the integrated camera-rig works, and how to import some tracking data from mocha and display it on the camera-rig.

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Guiding Light with Boris Continuum Complete

Guiding Light with Boris Continuum Complete

February 3, 2016

Not the long-running CBS soap opera, but the Guiding Light in this tutorial refers to the use of BCC Rays Puffy to your create realistic light rays in a scene. Paul Ezzy shows you how in this Boris TV tutorial.

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Performance Replacement with mocha tracking & masking: Eye Replacement

Performance Replacement with mocha tracking & masking: Eye Replacement

January 12, 2016

Product Manager Martin Brennand shows you how to track and replace an actor’s eyes when they accidentally look at the camera Using After Effects and mocha AE

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Remove Objects with new BCC Remover & mocha powered PixelChooser

Remove Objects with new BCC Remover & mocha powered PixelChooser

December 8, 2015

In this new video tutorial, Mary Poplin shows you how to use the new BCC Remover plug-in to clone out an unwanted sign and the integrated mocha masking tools to roto-mask the foreground back on top.

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Imagineer Systems mocha Remove Module

Imagineer Systems mocha Remove Module

November 30, 2015

If you are looking to remove some pesky objects from your videos and just aren’t sure on how to do it, then these tutorials from Imagineer Systems should teach you a thing or two!

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Classic 8-Bit Video Game Effect

Classic 8-Bit Video Game Effect

November 16, 2015

Paul Ezzy shows you how to make this super cool animated 8-bit Pac-Man from scratch in Boris Continuum Complete inside Adobe After Effects.

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Retro Film Effects with BCC OFX

Retro Film Effects with BCC OFX

November 16, 2015

Learn how to recreate the look of a silent film using BCC Film Styles using BCC for OFX in DaVinci Resolve. Trainer Andrew Devis shows also explains when to apply a filter to a clip versus your timeline.

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U.F.Oh Yeah Film Short and The Making Of…

U.F.Oh Yeah Film Short and The Making Of…

November 12, 2015

Film Riot has created a clever short film entitled U.F.Oh Yeah, Directed and written by Ryan Connolly and starring Josh Connolly, the film is about a U.F.O. enthusiast and conspiracy theorist who has an encounter with extraterrestrials that doesn’t go quite as one might expect. After the film, learn about how some of the effects were made. There are a whole series of videos here and they’re fantastic!!

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In Depth: Repairing Damaged Pixels

In Depth: Repairing Damaged Pixels

November 12, 2015

Dead pixels, stuck pixels, bad pixel, burnt pixels, hot pixels… there are lots of types of damaged pixels and they’re annoying. Here are several ways you can repair them.

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In Depth: Transitions, Part 2: The Swish Pan

In Depth: Transitions, Part 2: The Swish Pan

November 12, 2015

The swish pan is known by many monikers: whip pan, roll pan, swipe pan, flick pan, zip pan, and whoosh are just a few. Get ready for some fun examples, instructions on how to create this cool transition, plug-ins to make the job fast and easy, and tips on improving your transitions.

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Webinar Replay: Advanced Tips & Techniques with mocha & AE

Webinar Replay: Advanced Tips & Techniques with mocha & AE

November 12, 2015

Join Ben Brownlee of Curious Turtle as he gives some great advice on using Imagineer mocha with After Effects. Ben really knows his mocha.

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Recreate the Sin City Look in After Effects

Recreate the Sin City Look in After Effects

November 12, 2015

Paul Ezzy shows you how to mimic the film noir, graphic novel stylized of Robert Rodriguez’s “Sin City: Dame To Kill” with Boris Continuum Complete 9 in Adobe AE.

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Image Restoration and Touch Up in After Effects Seminar

Image Restoration and Touch Up in After Effects Seminar

November 12, 2015

Here is the archived video of the event, in case you missed it, and more information on links mentioned in the session. 

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