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source connect tut

Introduction to Source-Connect

February 16, 2021

Watch this tutorial to learn about Source-Connect, the solution for cost-effective and flexible internet collaboration for the media industry. You will learn what it is, what it does and who it’s for.

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source elements remote collaboration tutorial

Documentary: Remote audio & video collaboration solution with Source Elements

February 16, 2021

Source Elements made a bumper in just 2 weeks in September 2020 in collaboration with multiple parties around the globe.  Collaborators included Vienna’s Synchron Stage orchestra, a voice actor in Melbourne, a composer in Chicago, a music director in Germany… plus edit, mix and approve across 7 countries.  Watch this video to see how it was done.

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Cinemagraph Particle Illusion

Create a Cinemagraph with After Effects & Particle Illusion

February 12, 2021

Create a cinemagraph by adding bubbles to a photo of a glass of bubbly using Particle Illusion + After Effects. Download Particle Illusion.

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keyshot light manager tutorial

Luxion KeyShot 10 – New Light Manager

February 10, 2021

In this tutorial, Creative Specialist Karim Merchant gives you a brief introduction to KeyShot 10’s Light Manager Feature.

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WandaVision

WandaVision Reality Glitch Transition | VFX tutorial

February 9, 2021

Create the reality-warping glitch effect from Wandavision with FXHOME HitFilm Pro and Express! Use it as a glitchy transition.

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VFX Side Quest Hashi 16 bit retro video game look

Creating A 16-Bit Retro Video Game Look,

February 9, 2021

Hashi shows you how to make your modern footage look like an old video game with After Effects, Universe, Magic Bullet Colorista. Super fun!

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xsend motion 3d photos tutorial

Automatic Duck XSend Motion 3D Photos Tutorial

February 8, 2021

Learn how to use XSend Motion to convert your FCPX timeline into a Motion project in just seconds so you can use Motion to add 3D effects to photos that is outside the scope of FCPX’s capabilities.

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Luca Visual FX GraphiText for FCPX

Luca Visual FX GraphiText for FCPX

February 5, 2021

Watch this tutorial to learn how to use Luca Visual GraphiText to create dynamic and complex transitions with ease in Final Cut Pro X.

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drive & xwheels tutorial

Heyne Drive! & xWHEELS: Simulation of a Tank

February 5, 2021

Learn how to animate a tank in Cinema 4D using the DRIVE car simulation plug-in and xWHEELS with this tutorial.

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In Depth: Particle Plugins for After Effects within your Budget

In Depth: Particle Plugins for After Effects within your Budget

February 4, 2021

Learn about creating particles in After Effects with plugins including Particle Illusion, Trapcode Particular, Rowbyte Plexus, and more!

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resolume basics tutorial

Resolume Arena & Avenue Basics #gettingstarted

February 4, 2021

This group of tutorials walk you through the basics of using Resolume and the essentials for running a show. Load your content, apply effects and play it on your projector.  Plus, you will also learn the terminology and workflow that is used throughout other Resolume tutorial.

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layermonkey tutorial

Ebberts + Zucker LayerMonkey Tutorial #gettingstarted

February 4, 2021

Learn how to use LayerMonkey for After Effects to arrange and animate your comp’s layers in time and space. It also creates a camera and generates a master control layer that makes timing and global adjustments a piece of cake.

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Stupid Raisins Panel Pop #gettingstarted

Stupid Raisins Panel Pop #gettingstarted

February 4, 2021

Watch this tutorial to learn how to create transitions that break your video into panels and animate them to reveal the incoming clip using Panel Pop from Stupid Raisins.

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Stupid Raisins Block Pop for FCP X

Stupid Raisins Block Pop for FCP X

February 4, 2021

Learn how to break up footage with customizable block transitions using Block Pop from Stupid Raisins, available now through FxFactory.

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Tokyo PiPinator for FCP X

Tokyo PiPinator for FCP X

February 4, 2021

An introduction to Tokyo PiPinator, an advanced but simple-to-use Picture-in-Picture effect designed exclusively for Final Cut Pro X that brings the power of menu-driven animation and a wealth of useful features to creating elegant and original composites – without the need for keyframing.

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