Fusion for Editors: 5 Easy Fusion Techniques
October 10, 2017 @ 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM PDT
Don’t be intimidated by Fusion’s node-based compositing system. You can significantly expand your value as an editor with just a few simple recipes. Leverage the world-class visual effects package to do everything from perspective-tracked secondary color correction to blurring out identities and logos.
- Pixellating/blurring faces, eyes, or logos.
- Adding secondary color-correction to an object that’s shifting around in the scene.
- Creating a screen insert.
- Replacing a blown out sky.
- Painting out rigging (e.g. C-stands, boom mics etc.)
Damian Allen is well known in the visual effects industry as a leading technique and technology consultant. Most recently he has served as the Chief Technology Officer and Compositing Supervisor for 3DRevolution, a 2D-3D conversion studio for tentpole Hollywood features. Allen has authored three books on the subject of visual effects: The Encyclopedia of Visual Effects (ISBN-13: 978-0321303349), Apple ProTraining Series Motion (ISBN-13: 978-0321278265, ISBN-13: 978-0321509109) and the Shake Quick Reference Guide (ISBN-13: 978-0321382467). In addition to consulting, Allen has worked as a compositor on multiple Hollywood features and broadcast projects. He lectures around the world on visual effects compositing theory and practical application.
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