(formally Digital Fusion) is Eyeon’s flagship motion graphics and video compositing package, used in a variety of films that are currently in. FUSION? TUTORIAL BEGINNERS INTRODUCTION – YouTube. Fusion Camera Projection Tutorial – YouTube Simple Camera, Motion Design, Projects. Page 1 of 2 – Desired Tutorials From Eyeon – posted in Fusion: The video and tutorial from Marcus on the speed of Fusion was great!!!.
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tutotials You can also navigate to a different video by selecting the menu icon in the top left of the player window. It isn’t done the other way round because you just can’t reach the quality and productivity in Fusion.
I know my request is a bit nebulous, but There’s often better stuff for free on YouTube or Vimeo though it’s more fragmented. Fusion keying tutorial in which the instructor stated it a good idea to colour grade the foreground image before pulling the key. Notice how he paints the textures to make them look flat? I’ve seen very few paid tutorials that haven’t made me facepalm less than 10 minutes in. I wanna buy stuff as well: It’s just a difficult request to “please make a video about x, y, z”.
If you have a clue about texturing, this will make you cringe. Turorials me This is not recommended for shared computers. Here’s a higher-poly sub-divided FBX sequence rendered totally in Fusion with the software renderer can select p if viewed on YouTube. Just having some variations on Marcus’ theme would be great. Generic tutorials should be done by good teachers. Because the people running it want to tutoriaos stuff.
I’m curious why it couldn’t be done that way or why it would be a bad thing? I guess I just don’t see why we bifurcate tasks between a 3D app and a compositor, when having more 3D app features in Fusion but certainly not modelingwould seem to be an advantage?
In fact, a lot of things tutoriale did in that video gave me ideas. He’s been more than generous with his time as it futorials. I would also love to have some glass and other ‘cool’ shaders.
The tutorials covered include the following topics in this order:. Another easy task would be to approach guys like the makers of “Mac and Cheese” see the other thread to show a quick setup and maybe share a comp with just a single frame of their main character.
Breakdowns should be done by good compositors. Community Forum Software by IP. If they don’t rely eyfon special plugins you can transfer those windshield replacement, laser eyes or “rocket hits building” effects tutorials to Fusion.
However, Marcus is no doubt busy earning a living, and probably doesn’t have the time to do an in depth tutorial – and In this tutorial from Jeff Krebs, we take a look at how to use a Volume Mask to isolate certain portions of your scene.
I can’t speak for anyone else, but being able to use reflections is very, very useful. Maybe even Marcus would benefit, if Eyeon eyfon up with some ideas he might like to incorporate into his work? But from that point on it will be treated as a filmed plate, so no relying on that fbx model in the process. You have been warned. Posted 10 September – Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next.
Just asking – there seems to be quite a bit in there which answers a lot of what you are asking for It would be great if the Fusion Gurus at Eyeon could create ‘real-world’ cool ‘proof of concept’ videos with lots of effects like that, cusion requiring 3rd party add-ons, with detailed instructions and comps on how to put it all together.
I rewinded twice because I thought I had misunderstood. Most online and DVD courses seem to be done by bad compositors who can’t teach or who teach completely incorrect and inefficient workflows.
Posted 07 September – But I have hatched a plan It’s not just about a few more rendering features. Share in the comments below! So, not only were beginners paying for that, but they were “learning” to do things completely the wrong way.
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