EQUILATERAL is coming…

The prize list is starting to grow!

Most video competitions rely on you submitting a video of some description, but EQUILATERAL wants to also let the unsung heroes be a part of the fun, with their very own chance to win.

So, no matter if you are a  shooter, editor or scriptwriter, we will have something just for you.

The total prize pool to be split among the three categories so far includes:

  • FULL 12 month subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud inc:
    • The entire collection of 20+ creative desktop and mobile apps including Photoshop CC, Illustrator CC, and Adobe XD CC
    • Includes 100GB of cloud storage, your own portfolio website, premium fonts, and social media tools
    • Up to 10TB of cloud storage available (Call for details)
    • Value AUD$800+ *
  • 3 copies of Final Draft Screenwriting software (Mac or PC) (USD$199 each value)
  • 1 copy NewBlue Titler Pro 6 (USD$499 value)
  • 1x – one year subscription to Boris fx Sapphire (USD$895 value)
  • 1x – one year subscription to Boris fx Continuum (USD$695 value)
  • 1x – one year subscription to Boris fx Mocha Pro (USD$495 value)
  • 1x – one year subscription to Boris fx Mocha VR (USD$495 value)
  • 1 RODE VideoMic Pro + (USD$299 value)
  • Seagate Backup Plus HUB 8TB!! (Value AUD$400 approx)

Total Value to date = $USD5000!

… and still growing!


(Thanks to AdobeNewBlue, RØDE and BORISfx and Final Draft so far!)
* Note at end of 12 months Adobe Creative Cloud subscription, it is WINNER’S responsibility to cancel the subscription if they no longer wish to continue, otherwise you will billed automatically on a monthly basis.

Tricked-Out Visuals InfiniteZoom + After Effects

You wouldn’t necessarily think there are any similarities between BBC America’s Dr. Who and ABC’s Modern Family. However, if you take a look at the opening credits, you’ll notice a similar trick — the use of an infinite loop. Dr. Who uses a spiraling clock and gears; Modern Family uses the old picture frame in a picture frame gag.

Spend a couple minutes with renowned motion graphics designer, John Dickinson (Motionworks), as he dives into Sapphire’s InfiniteZoom and learn how After Effects artists can combine shape layers with this mind-bending plug-in to quickly create beautiful infinite loops.