I’ve been getting back into some of the earlier Dr Who episodes of late and thought I’d like to learn to make the Time Vortex effect. Here’s one I found.
Discover how Taylor Warren, the post-production supervisor on the sci-fi thriller, used the Boris FX Suite to tackle invisible effects and create the subtle visual language of the edit. Taylor Warren is a post-production generalist who […]
Want to create a misty forrest, moody underwater scene or a dazzling sunrise or sunset? Well then Trapcode Shine is just for you.Trapcode Shine is a plugin for Premiere Oro that the makers say “brings […]
Red Giant’s Universe has a multitude of uses from transitions to simulating holograms, to bokeh effects to animations and glows and lights to text effects. In fact, you could use no other plugin than Universe […]
Two things happened overnight that on the surface are not connected but look a bit deeper and they are. First off, we had a very impressive thunderstorm and lightning display for over half an hour […]
I’ve been using Red Giant tools for years. Plugins like Trapcode, MagicBullet and Plural Eyes are staples that every serious filmmaker should have in my opinion. Even if you just get Red Giant Universe, you’ll […]
It would seem obvious then that you could simply slow down the frame rate on playback, yes? If you have footage at 30fps, if you play it back at 15fps it will be ½ the speed seems logical. And so it is.
Thor: Love and Thunder ⚡ hits theatres tomorrow! Discover how John Dickinson recreated the 3D type look from the trailer using Continuum’s Title Studio together with Sapphire and After Effects. Click these links to get […]
This Cheap Tricks episode focuses on bringing inanimate objects to life, and leaning on the tools to help you work fast. Learn Hashi’s step-by-step technique for animating statues, replacing background elements and improvising your way […]
Simply, it is a program that allows you to change the properties of an object over time top create a video clip. A property can be a shape, colour or size as demonstrated here, but it could equally be an image, a pixel, a mathematical expression – anything that can be applied to an “object” is effectively a property. And the possibilities are endless. […]