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How to Speed Up or Reverse a Clip in Premiere Pro

September 13, 2019, 13:02 PM

Once you learn how to speed up and reverse your footage in Premiere Pro, you can use these techniques for creative transitions and visual effects. I use these essential skills often in my own projects, like in this tutorial on creative ways to use whip pan transitions. In one example, I show how to create a fake knife throw and catch, with the blade landing only inches from the talent’s face. To make the illusion work, I combined two shots — one of my talent “throwing” the knife, the other of her “catching” the knife. Each shot uses a whip pan, which serves to mask the edit point and make it look like one continuous shot.

Pro Tools Expert Tip - Multi-Mono Plugins - See Al

September 11, 2019, 13:38 PM

The difference between multichannel and multi-mono plug-ins in Pro Tools isn’t very significant if you only work in stereo. However, as soon as you start working with more than 2 channels, you find the number of plug-ins available as multichannel plug-ins starts to tail off rapidly.

How to Make a 3D Laser Scan Effect With Stardust

September 8, 2019, 19:32 PM

Noble Kreative uses Stardust to create a neat-looking 3D Scan effect on a 3D object in After Effects. Stardust is merely killing it these days. Frequent updates and huge new added features grace the users

Paul Saconne Resolve 16.1

September 7, 2019, 10:48 AM

Paul Saccone returned to LACPUG to show off the just announced Resolve 16.1Beta including the much maligned "Boring Detector." Paul also showed off "things you might not know Resolve 16 can do." Hosted by Michael Horton. In Collaboration with Surf Theater Productions

Create a Realistic Hourglass in C4D and Octane

September 7, 2019, 10:47 AM

Michael de Meyer shows how to model and render a realistic hourglass in C4D. It’s fun as a 3D artist to take on a simple personal project to hone the skills. A great way is

How to Create a Breathing Color Distortion Effect

September 6, 2019, 12:54 PM

Ben Marriott shows how to make a neat and trippy color distortion effect in After Effects. Sometimes the most straightforward motion is all that you require to make a fantastic looking animated piece. Such is

Working With the Realfow Granular Solver in C4D

September 6, 2019, 12:54 PM

Simulation Therapy shows how to set up a granular solver in C4D to create a pile of sugar. When it comes to working with particles, there are many solvers available. Using the right solver for

How to Create a Compound to Transfer CPV Data

September 6, 2019, 09:04 AM

This tutorial shows how to create a compound that can transfer color per Vertex data from one mesh to another. Bifrost turns out to be much more than a VFX environment. You can create anything

How to Rig a Character in Maya Using Rigger

September 5, 2019, 12:38 PM

Qiq Tools posts a look at how easy it is to rig a character using Rigger for Maya. There are a lot of auto-rigging tools out there, but few are as complete as What is

Create a Mograph-like Looping Animation in Blender

September 5, 2019, 12:38 PM

Nathan Duck shows how instancing can get a neat looping mograph look to animation in Blender. Blender is known as an all-in-one package that allows users the ability to create in a variety of workflows.

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