Connect Layers - Rope, triangulation, spanning tree for After Effects This script connects the selected layers with segments or triangles created with shape layers. It was originally created to visualize Newton2 joints but as you will see, it can do much more. Rope Creates a single shape layer with a path connecting the selected layers (2D only). Spanning Tree Computes minimum spanning tree and draws each edge with a shape layer (2D and 3D support). Triangulation Triangulates the selected layers and draws each edge with a shape layer (2D and 3D support). Note that for functions that create shape keyframes (Triangulation with Filled Triangles turned on, and Rope), keyframing is done within the comp work area. Quick start guide Compatibility: For AE CS6 or later Current version: 1.08 – Initial release – May 2013 Note: And yes, everything in the promo video has been done in After Effects CS6.
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Plusieurs Tutoriels After Effects | MaRevueWeb Adobe After Effects est un logiciel d’animation fantastique qui permet d’ajouter des effets visuels à des vidéos ou d’animer d’autres compositions graphiques statiques conçues notamment dans Photoshop ou Illustrator. La vidéo est un aspect du multimédia avec lequel je n’ai pas eu beaucoup la chance de travailler, mais le logiciel After Effect est fait autant pour les débutants que pour les intermédiaires ou les avancés. Voici donc, pour la première fois sur MaRevueWeb, un article regroupant plus de 50 tutoriels After Effects afin de créer divers types d’animations. N’hésitez pas à partager vos créations vidéo avec nous dans la section commentaires! N.B. La collection suivante est parue précédemment dans un article sur le site web de Vandelaydesign.com Effet de désintégration Créer une animation d’un titre de science-fiction Enroulez une vidéo autour d’une colonne Effet Shatterize dans After Effects CS3 Un effet de compte à rebours dand le style de l’émission 24 Effet de révélation Blueprint
Hugin Tutorials English The new features in Hugin-2015.0.0 This tutorial gives an overview of the new features in Hugin-2015.0.0 The new user interface (2013) This tutorial gives a preview of the new Hugin user interface Hugin Overview This tutorial explains the different stages of the panorama stitching process and discusses the concepts involved. Stitching two photos together This tutorial covers the simplest usage of Hugin, just taking two handheld photographs and sticking them together into a single image. Stitching Multi-row photos together This tutorial covers a more complex application of Hugin, taking two rows of handheld photographs and stitching them together into a single image, using the automated Assistant. Simulating an architectural projection This tutorial covers a basic non-panoramic usage of Hugin; taking a handheld photograph and using vertical control-points to correct lens barrel distortion and remove perspective effects. Stitching photos from different lenses Stitching flat scanned images 日本語
Gridder Gridder arranges layers into a customizable grid in many ways - rectangle, 3d, circular or even spiral. You can animate the grid using keyframes, or custom expressions mode. Definitely missing in After Effects, this tool is somehow similar to Cinema 4D's Mograph cloner . Promo Gridder 1.5 Demo In this mode Gridder will fit all layers into a defined size grid (e.g. 5 by 6), all extra objects will be placed on top of others. These modes will set priority to columns or row respectively, so you will get exact number of them. Create circles and spirals easily The Gridder creates unique set of expressions for each mode to control and animate the grid, later on these expressions may be baked. How to install the script: Copy script file into the following folder: Windows: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe After Effects CS[x]\Support Files\Scripts\ScriptUI PanelsMac: /Applications/After Effects CS[x]/Scripts/ScriptUI Panels Then run the script from Window -> Gridder Gridder is now updated to 1.59 Grid overlay
Greatest Dubstep Artists of All Time - Top 10 | The Untz Date: Feb 11, 2013 (Monday) By: Jordan Calvano Compiling a list of the top dubstep artists of all time is not an easy task. It’s not just a “who’s who” of the last few years, or even a “Best of 2012” type list—it’s of all time. 10. Excision’s crucial contribution to dubstep consisted of providing three game-changing elements: heavy, heavy, and heavy. 9. London-based producer Caspa has been making an infectious dent on the world of dubstep for over seven years now, way back when George W. 8. The inexplicable rise by Zeds Dead (DC & Hooks) to ultimate supremacy seemed like it occurred over night, but in reality took at least a week. 7. If you’d asked a follower of Chinese astrology what 2012 was the year of, they would’ve said “the dragon.” 6. Skrillex invented dubstep, pioneered his own haircut, and was literally born in a pool of 808’s. Next
Cinema 4D Tutorials and Tools for Motion Graphic Designers Congratulations to Michael Rinnan for winning the Five Second Project for March. His entry had a great concept and was outfitted with excellent lighting, atmosphere, camera movements and sound design. We wanted to know a little bit more about Michael’s entry, so we asked him a few questions regarding his workflow and the process for creating his winning piece. Where do you work? What is your title? Tell us about what you do at your company. I am a 3D generalist at NFL films in Mt. How did you come up with your concept for the Bright Lights Five Second Project? For my concept, my goal was to come up with a quick story I could tell in 5 seconds. What was the most challenging thing about your project? The most challenging part of this project was honestly the lighting. Tell us a little about how you achieved the zolly (push-pull zoom) effect. To achieve the zolly, I initially mapped out the motion of the motorcycles with a spline and then dropped a camera onto that motion path.
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Creating linear panoramas with Hugin Introduction Not so long ago, passing through a railway station, I noticed a long wall covered in graffitti - not the ugly vandalism you see much too often, but well-done tags, one nicely sprayed next to the other and none of them stained by the amateurish works of envious would-be sprayers. What hit my eye in particular was one of these pictures, which was featuring my two favourite cartoon characters: Calvin and Hobbes! So, after having passed through that station several times and never being brave enough to jump out of the train, shoot a quick picture of the painting and get into the train again before it leaves, I decided one sunny weekend to just leave at that station on purpose and find my way back home by bike. That way, I did not only have enough time to make a nice picture of the Calvin and Hobbes graffitto, I had enough time to photograph the whole wall in fifty-one pictures! The Real World Before any work could be done at the computer, the photos had to be taken, of course.
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