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  1. I n this guide, world-renowned visual effects expert Lee Lanier from the learning platform Lowepost will walk you through the most common tracking types available in modern compositing applications. No single tracking type works with all shots, and as a compositor it’s important to learn which tracker works the best in each situation. 1. Transform Tracking Transform Tracking is the simples tracker available in most applications and occurs in 2D. It's able to track the X (left/right) and Y (up/down) motion of a pattern over time. This type of tracking is often called Matchmovi
  2. A color grading monitor is the heart of any color grading suite, and there are many options on the market. A true reference monitor with precise color reproduction is a big investment, and we will guide you through the most common models used in post-production facilities around the world. Professional color grading monitors let you evaluate the image with extreme accuracy, which is required when you have to make guarantees about the delivery. They are reliable over time and ideally equipped with useful features that make your job easier, such as advanced real-time scopes, split-screen vi
  3. You need to download it from the site Kevin visits, we're not allowed to provide it from our own download link - https://www.arri.com/en/learn-help/learn-help-camera-system/camera-sample-footage
  4. Douglas Delaney works as a senior colorist at Technicolor in Los Angeles, and has color graded many of the most known features and drama series in the world. In his masterclass you are invited into his color suite to watch how built his grades, discuss color grade techniques, workflows and strategies that will help you become a better colorist. The course is about the art and craft of color grading and is not designed to teach the operations of a specific software. About the instructor Douglas Delaney is a world-renowned senior colorist working at Technicolor in Los Angeles. He has
  5. Learn the post-production workflow necessary to get the most out of your Red camera footage. Take advantage of the incredible dynamic range in the camera and achieve superior image quality only possible with the right post-production process. This training series is designed for beginners and no post-production experience is necessary. It’s perfect for everyone involved in production or post-production including DITs, Cinematographers, Editors and Colorists. You will also get acess to the Red footage used in this course, so that you can easily follow along. Download project files
  6. You have probably heard about the newcomer in the world of high-end cameras, the Z CAM? The high-quality professional camera has quickly become a real competitor to the more expensive cameras because of its up-to-8K resolution, high frame rates, modular design, and cinematic look. In this guide, we will show you how to build the Ultimate Z CAM rig! THE STARTING POINT When you buy the camera, it comes with a square camera body only and you will have to rig it out to fit your needs. The modular camera system can be customized to fit the needs of small run-and-gun productions, gimba
  7. In this course, instructor Nick Harauz will show you how to bring a Mixamo character into Cinema 4D and customize the animation. We'll look at decorating the character with Cinema 4D materials and then creating a grid floor pattern with the help of a free tool called JSplacement. We'll create an object buffer to have seperate control over our floor and man in After Effects. We'll then finalize our piece by adding HUD overlays and some simple shape animation in both 2D and 3D to finalize the layout. The assets used in this course are available for download. Download project files
  8. In this course, Nick Harauz will take you through using the Cloner Object inside of Cinema 4D to create a seamless Hexagon Floor and animated Hero Objects. After rendering our Cinema 4D project, we will bring this into After Effects and use 2D shapes, Replicators and Glow to add stylistic accents to the design. We will also explore using an After Effects Glow versus the Glow from Maxon One's VFX Suite. The assets used in this course are available for download. Download project files About the instructor Nick Harauz is a certified motion graphics instructor, and ha
  9. In this motion design course, we'll look at creating and distorting a stylized futuristic HUD Earth. We'll begin this course in Cinema 4D where we'll create the earth using an earth texture and atom array, we'll add additional elements to the bottom of our earth and render to After Effects where we'll stylize and add our distortion effects. The assets used in this course are available for download. Download project files About the instructor Nick Harauz is a certified motion graphics instructor, and has previously been a master trainer for Red Giant, Cineversity f
  10. In this motion design course, instructor Nick Harauz will take you through creating a HUD landscape with the help of Cinema 4D and After Effects. We'll start off by creating a loopable rotating landscape in Cinema 4D through a non-traditional method with Volumes. We'll then export our landscape as an AEC file and then stylize inside of After Effects using a variety of Effects. The assets used in this course are available for download. Download project files About the instructor Nick Harauz is a certified motion graphics instructor, and has previously been a master
  11. Y ou can achieve excellent results using just the software controls, but the fastest and most accurate way to color grade is with a color control surface. It’s the heart of any professional color grading suite, and here is why. CREATIVE ADVANTAGE Every aspect of the image can be adjusted with a control surface, including exposure, hue, saturation and secondaries. It has wheels, knobs, dials and buttons for everything and you can accurately fine tune any parameter. One of the most important benefits is that you can use both hands to adjust several controls simultaneously, instea
  12. Hi Carl. Thanks for letting us know. Not sure what happened but new files are uploaded. Sorry for the inconvenience.
  13. Learn the techniques that makes you master screen replacements, regardless of the difficulty level of the shot. Lee Lanier will walk you through different approaches on a several scree shots with different challenges such as, hidden corners, screens that are our of focus, motion blur issues, hands that are obscuring the screens, missing reflections in the screen and much more. Learn to solve the most complex shots inside of DaVinci Resolve Fusion. The footage and assets used in this course is available for download. Download project files About the instructor Lee La
  14. Hi Kamil. Thanks for reaching out about this, the old project files are uploaded on the link.