Learn the Fundamentals of the Merge tool & the almighty Channel Booleans tool in Fusion Studio. Here is the Link to the tutorial and the whole series. VFX Compositing Techniques with Merge & Channel Booleans in Fusion Studio.
Here is the second part of last weeks tutorial. In this second part of lesson two, we will examine how to work with Fusion inside of DaVinci Resolve. I will show you different ways of making Fusion composites, some on the timeline, but also independent from the timeline. Also, you will learn how to have several versions on Fusion comps on a Timeline Clip for making variants or versions of yourRead More
In this tutorial series, we will talk about Blackmagic Fusion Studio and Blackmagic DaVinci Resolve (Fusion page) as a professional VFX Compositing package. We will dive into basic workflows and techniques to make your daily compositing work more effective and fun. We start this tutorial by discussing the differences between using Fusion inside of the free version of DaVinci Resolve to the paid version of Fusion Studio and DaVinci ResolveRead More
In todays lesson we will dive into the Camera-Tracking Workflow of a scene inside Blender 3.0 . You will learn about “good and bad trackers”, solving strategies, build a reconstruction scene and most important, how to get your solve error down. Hope you like it! Helge In this tutorial series, we will talk about Blender as a solution for 3D Camera and Object Tracking. Step by Step you will learnRead More
In this tutorial series, we will talk about Blender as a solution for 3D Camera and Object Tracking. Step by Step you will learn how to use Blender for preparing your footage in the Video Sequence Editor (VSE) and getting used to the Movie Clip Editor. Then we will cover the important fundamentals of 2D-Tracking in Blender and also some use-cases for directly using these data. Then we build uponRead More
My next free “Blender 3.0 for Production” tutorial is out.Let’s talk about plane-tracking, corner pining and the integration with the built-in compositor. Have fun!
Let’s look into the advanced settings of the Blender 2D-Tracking system.My next tutorial of my “Blender for Production” tutorial series is online. Have fun with it! YouTube:👉 https://www.youtube.com/pixeltrain3DVFXTrainings
This tutorial is an answer to a pixeltrain Patreon question: It shows the roundtrip of a stabilized shot from Blender’s Tracking system to NUKE (or any other Compositing package like Fusion or AfterEffects) and how to use Rotoscoping data from there back in Blender. If you want to join my Patreon community, you can find it here: https://www.patreon.com/pixeltrain3d These topics are covered in this tutorial: Writing out a stabilized shotRead More
Here’s the next lesson of our Blender 2D- & 3D-Tracking tutorials. After laying the fundamentals in the last tutorials we will now take a look into the first use of our tracking knowledge for making stabilizations. We use two examples for that and we also use the Blender Compositor. I hope you like it. 👉 YouTube: More tutorials of this series will follow shortly. Have a great holiday season 🌲Read More
Last week we started the new “Blender 3.0 for Production” series about 2D- & 3D Tracking in Blender. After preparing the footage and an overview of the Movie clip editor in the first two episodes we now dive into the fundamentals of 2D tracking. Many more episodes will follow 😉 Have fun! 😊 👉 YouTube: If you want to support these kinds of videos, you can become a pixeltrain PatreonRead More