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Literature, Language & Linguistics - Tue, 03/10/2015 - 02:00
Ferriss, Lucy, 1954- author
Categories: New Materials

HitFilm 3 Pro Essential Training

Lynda.com - Mon, 03/09/2015 - 20:00
Authored By: Steve Grisetti

Released On: 3/10/2015

HitFilm Pro is an exciting video-effects program. It combines an intuitive compositing interface with a full-featured editing timeline and a huge library of presets and overlays that will have you creating professional-style CGI effects with a few simple clicks.

In this course Steve Grisetti shares the three ways HitFilm 3 Pro can be used: as a video editor, as a tool for adding 2D video effects to your movie, and as a compositing tool for creating amazing 3D and planar-tracking effects. Along the way, you'll look at how to draw from the program's exciting library of preset effects (including motion tracking and particle simulation), as well as how to build effects and animations from scratch. You'll use HitFilm to add muzzle blasts, rocket fire, phaser beams, and other explosive action effects to your movies. Steve also shows how to work with 3D models and incorporate them into videos—including simulating real-world depth and perspective with the free mocha HitFilm plugin.

Camera Animation with CINEMA 4D

Lynda.com - Mon, 03/09/2015 - 20:00
Authored By: Donovan Keith

Released On: 3/10/2015

Camera moves can elevate any project, from effects-laden video composites to simple static models. Here Donovan Keith shows how to adjust camera placement and motion in CINEMA 4D in order to increase the impact of your visual storytelling. Watch as he shows how to animate simple pans and push-ins with keyframes, build custom camera rigs, and mimic classic camera moves from film and television with the Camera Crane, Motion Camera, and Camera Morph objects. At the end of the course, you'll be able to pick the right movement for the shot, move cameras in a physically plausible way, and adjust the timing of your animation for maximum impact.

Designing Dynamic Blocks in AutoCAD

Lynda.com - Mon, 03/09/2015 - 20:00
Authored By: Scott Onstott

Released On: 3/10/2015

Build intelligence into your AutoCAD drawings with dynamic blocks. Dynamic blocks allow you to quickly change the shape, size, position, orientation, and visibility of objects in blocks according to parameters and constraints that you define ahead of time. In this course, author Scott Onstott shows step-by-step how to build everything from static blocks to complex dynamic blocks that include parameters, actions, and geometric and dimensional constraints with preset attributes driven by fields. Once you have built and refined dynamic blocks, you will learn several methods to share your masterpieces with colleagues.