This week on MacBreak Studio, I show Steve Martin from Ripple Training how you can create and reposition animation paths in both Motion and Final Cut Pro X.
Moving Motion Paths in Motion and Final Cut Pro X
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28 Days of Cinematography Insights
Day 13 - 28 Days of Cinematography Insights - Moving away from the look established in prepro once you get into production
After Effects Hidden Gems Weekly: Pixel Motion BlurWhen you shoot a fast-moving object with a longer shutter time (half of the frame’s duration is the typical “filmic” setting), you will get natural motion blur. However, if your shutter speed is too fast, or if you rendered a 3D scene with fast motion and no motion blur, objects will appear to jump from...
Shutter speed too fast when shooting? Render a 3D scene without motion blur? You can fix it in post in...sometimes.
Tornado H920: flying with a GH4Presented at the InterDrone 2015 but still under the “coming soon” banner, the Tornado H920 is the first in a new series from Yuneec, and also the platform for the new CG04 professional gimbal camera. Specifically developed for the Tornado H920 copter,...
Yuneec has a new aerial photography and videography platform designed with the professional in mind: the Tornado H920, able to carry a Panasonic Lumix GH4.
Performing swap edits in DaVinci Resolve 12On this week's Under 5 from Ripple Training, Alexis Van Hurkman shows us how to perform swap edits in the newly...
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Topaz ReMask 5: an easy way to mask hairUsing masks in images with hair, feathers or fur is always a cumbersome process. Topaz ReMask 5 does help to make the workflow easier, and there are even tricks not documented in the manual that help to get results faster. When I
Recently launched, Topaz ReMask 5 makes the use of masks more intuitive for users not familiar with the process. It even offers more than one way to create masks.
Screen replacement in Final Cut Pro X with TrackXThis week on MacBreak Studio, Steve Martin from Ripple Training shows us how he used
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Typhoon G multicopter: made for GoProThe newest member of the Typhoon family is designed to provide smooth and stable aerial footage for the GoPro camera in a package that delivers Yuneec’s standard of being ready, easy and safe for consumers everywhere. “We believe the Typhoon G will be...
Designed to be paired with a GoPro camera, the Typhoon G multicopter from Yuneec International is a ready-to-fly solution selling for $999.99.