After Effects is a fantastic program when it comes to creating fun HUD designs. The simple shape editor and layer-based structure makes After Effects ideal for creating Iron Man-style graphics. Plus, new integrations with Cinema 4D make HUD design even more advanced in After Effects.” – Caleb Ward | RocketStock
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Fusion is the world’s most advanced compositing software for visual effects artists, broadcast and motion graphic designers and 3D animators. With over 25 years of development, Fusion has been used on over 1000 major Hollywood blockbuster feature films! Fusion features an easy and powerful node based interface so you can construct complex effects simply by connecting various types of processing together. That’s super easy and extremely fast! You get a massive range of features and effects included, so you can create exciting broadcast graphics, television commercials, dramatic title sequences and even major feature film visual effects!
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Thousands of Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters and hit television shows use Fusion to create their groundbreaking visual effects. Fusion has been used on feature films like Thor, The Amazing Spiderman 2, and The Hunger Games, as well as hit television shows like Orphan Black, Breaking Bad, Grimm, Adventure Time, Downton Abbey and the Emmy award winning Battlestar Galactica.
“A huge thanks goes out to all cineSync users who continually impress us with their breathtaking visual effects and attention to detail. You can take out a free 7 day trial and learn more about cineSync at cineSync.com
“See how Phil Tippett and the Tippett Studio team of animators, modelers, fabricators and compositors re-created the stop-motion Holochess set for The Force Awakens, down to the smallest detail!” – Tippett Studio
“Rushes were tasked with designing and creating all on-set UI screen graphics for SPECTRE. Over a 13 month period of working on the 24th Bond film, from pre-production through to post, in total Rushes created more than an hours’ worth of unique animations and motion graphic sequences that furnished over 300 screens, across 23 scenes in the film.” – Rushes
Portland, OR – January 12, 2016 – Red Giant Films today released “Go Bag,” a brand new short film written and directed by award-winning filmmaker Seth Worley. A high-paced action film packed with stunts, practical effects and CGI VFX, “Go Bag” tells the story of a spy who must fight for her life using only the contents of a stranger’s carry-on bag. Created by Red Giant Films, post production for “Go Bag” used every suite from Red Giant, including the Trapcode Suite 13 for muzzle flashes, sparks, smoke, debris, and the film’s cinematic end title sequence; the Keying Suite for green screen and compositing; and Magic Bullet Suite 12.1 for color correction.
“When warming up footage in post, many inexperienced colorists will take a wrong turn and wind up giving their footage a sepia look. Here’s how to avoid that issue entirely.
It’s surprisingly common to find poorly colored independent films that inadvertently feature sepia-like tones in many scenes. This is almost always a result of poor technique in the color suite — and can scream amateur to any audience with a trained eye.
More often than not, this issue is a result of pushing too much warmth into an image while color grading (in the shadows, mids, and highlights) and then desaturating the image afterwards — usually in an attempt to offset the overdone color work. This is a perfect recipe for a sepia look (if that’s what you’re going for) but a very poor approach to adding warmth to your image in a more general sense.
In order to achieve a more natural warm look in your shots (without completely draining your footage of any other tones or colors) these are the steps you need to take:” – Noam Kroll | Premium Beat
What is lurking within the city limits of Hemlock Grove? Werewolf transformations of course!
Netflix has released an all-new exclusive clip showcasing the behind-the-scenes of this fan-favorite moment of Season two! The clip features new Season two executive producer/showrunner Charles “Chic” Eglee as well as cast members Landon Liboiron and newcomer Madeline Brewer discussing how these special effects came to life!