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Compatiblity List: Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan

Compatiblity List: Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan

December 3, 2015

Here’s the latest information on software, plug-ins and El Capitan. We will be updating this page when we have new information. If you’re one of our vendors and your product is compatible, please let us know.

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Tutorial: How to Stick Objects onto a Conveyer Belt in Cinema 4D

Tutorial: How to Stick Objects onto a Conveyer Belt in Cinema 4D

December 1, 2015

EJ Hassenfratz shows us how he made the ‘sushi-go-round’ conveyer belt in Cinema 4D.

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Tutorial: Inflated Text in Cinema 4D

Tutorial: Inflated Text in Cinema 4D

December 1, 2015

Learn how to create a cool inflated text effects using the pressure parameter in C4D in this 2 part tutorial from Helloluxx.  And don’t miss MAXON’s Santa Sidegrade Sale!

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Tutorial: Avid Speedramp

Tutorial: Avid Speedramp

November 30, 2015

Walt Louie walks us through how to use the speed ramp and motion effect in Avid Media Composer.

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Burning Question: How do I create and work with super slow-motion footage?

Burning Question: How do I create and work with super slow-motion footage?

November 17, 2015

When I got my iPhone 5, one of the most intriguing features was the ability to shoot slow motion footage. It works quite well, but what if you want to go even slower? I’ve been collecting some tutorials for the past few months that go over details of super slow-mo.

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Tutorial: Motion Tracking 360 Footage in After Effects

Tutorial: Motion Tracking 360 Footage in After Effects

November 17, 2015

Mikey Borup explains how to camera track 360 degree footage using After Effects, Skybox and 3D Element.

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News: How to Create Heat Waves in After Effects

News: How to Create Heat Waves in After Effects

September 8, 2015

Learn how to create displaced heat waves in After Effects with this easy-to-learn technique.

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Tutorial: A Beginners Guide to 3D Printing

Tutorial: A Beginners Guide to 3D Printing

August 18, 2015

With all the buzz lately, especially at SIGGRAPH, about 3D printing, I thought a 3D printing tutorial would be appropriate for today.

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New: Stupid Raisins Story Pop 2

New: Stupid Raisins Story Pop 2

July 15, 2015

Stupid Raisins Story Pop has been updated to version 2; adding 48 new animations!

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Tutorial: Boris Continuum Complete Match Move in Sony Vegas Pro

Tutorial: Boris Continuum Complete Match Move in Sony Vegas Pro

June 24, 2015

John Rofrano explains how to use BCC’s Match Move plug-in for OFX in Sony Vegas Pro to match text to movement on screen.

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Tutorial: Greyscalegorilla 30 Tutorials in 30 Days!

Tutorial: Greyscalegorilla 30 Tutorials in 30 Days!

June 9, 2015

“To celebrate the beginning of 2015 and the seventh year of Greyscalegorilla, we are posting a new Cinema 4D tutorial every day in January. Bookmark our Free Cinema 4D Tutorials Page and head back every day in January to learn more C4D tips, tricks and techniques.” – Nick Campbell

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Follow Toolfarm on Pinterest!

Follow Toolfarm on Pinterest!

June 1, 2015

Are you on Pinterest? Are you looking for more freebies, more tutorials, or more inspiration? We’ve got you covered.

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Tutorial: Getting Started with GenArts Sapphire

Tutorial: Getting Started with GenArts Sapphire

May 5, 2015

New to Sapphire? Here are some tips for getting started.

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Tutorial: HitFilm Pro : Camera Projection In-Depth

Tutorial: HitFilm Pro : Camera Projection In-Depth

April 28, 2015

This tutorial series from HitFilm will give you an in-depth understanding of camera projection!

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Tutorial: Understanding render options in Adobe Premiere Pro

Tutorial: Understanding render options in Adobe Premiere Pro

April 7, 2015

“Adobe Premiere Pro’s export dialog features several rendering options that are not widely understood. All of them are switched off by default because they either degrade quality or increase rendering times, however they can all be useful in particular situations.” – Jon Chappell

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