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Category Archives: Tutorial
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Make stock footage your own by using After Effects to simulate night-vision goggles, sniper scopes, binoculars, and more. This free video tutorial from Video Copilot shows you how and includes project files.
Looking for new ideas about ways to jazz up your graphics? Shutterstock has an easy Photoshop tutorial that suggests a quick way to experiment and build a repeating pattern in Photoshop that incorporates photographic elements.
Greyscalegorilla's Nick Campbell shows you how to create a sound-controlled animation, without keyframes, using Cinema 4D's Sound Effector tool.
Here's an interesting collaborative tutorial/interview with Denver's Dave Dugdale, the creator of the site Learning DSLR Video and James Drake, owner of the Denver RED rental facility 5k Insight. Drake covers the similarities and differences between shooting video with a …
Preston Kanak walks you through his favorite equipment to use when shooting a time-lapse sequence on location. As Kanak says, "Shooting a time-lapse is not a science. There is no perfect formula to ensure you are successful every time. However, …
The folks at Mettle recently posted this nice tutorial from Nancy Eperjesy, president of Mettle's Software and Creative Services divisions, on how to use Mettle's ShapeShifter AE plug-in to create the animated 3D skull and knife logo appearing at the …
In a tutorial for AE Tuts+, Jorrit Schulte explains how to create full 3D reflections in After Effects, with falloff of transparency and blur, using either Trapcode Particular or its younger sibling, Form. The new lighting tools in Form 2 …
Autodesk has released a suite of tutorials for new users of Smoke, covering all the basics. Watch the first one here, which gives you a tour of the vastly changed interface, then watch the rest over at Area.
Graphic designer Simon Stutts breaks down his process for animating the roots and branches of a growing tree. Read the tutorial here.
In under ten minutes, Laforet Visuals' Jon Carr hits the high points of Adobe's new CS6 redo of the former Iridas color-correction tool.