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fxphd course: After Effects & Red Giant in Broadcast Design
FXPHD : AFX217 After Effects & Red Giant in Broadcast Design | 4.2 GB

Dive deep into the powerful world of motion graphics and visual effects with Harry Frank; a designer, animator and product guru for Red Giant. This course is based around the type of work any mograph designer might be called upon to build: the creation of packaging and IDs for a broadcast network. You will work towards creating dazzling visual effects and motion graphics in After Effects using the various tools available from Red Giant, including Trapcode Suite, Knoll Light Factory, Magic Bullet Looks and more
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fxphd course: Intermediate RealFlow

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fxphd course: Intermediate RealFlow
FXPHD : RFL204 Intermediate RealFlow | 8.2 GB

The release of RealFlow 2014 brought not only a new look, but also included numerous improvements including new viscosity controls in the Hybrido grid fluid solver. In addition, the release saw a dramatic reduction in price for node-locked versions of the software, opening it up to many new users.
newbie123 Category: ELearning

fxphd course: Immersive VR Compositing in Nuke
FXPHD : NUK234 Immersive VR Compositing in Nuke | 18.3GB

In this course you will learn about the exciting world of Immersive Entertainment. From LBE (Location Based Entertainment) venues to the emerging world of VR we will employ a combination of complex view dependent techniques to create imagery that is meant to be projected on a flat surface but look three dimensional and have parallax from the point of view of the observer. These techniques are used for multimedia rides at theme parks, building projections, and VR technologies.
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fxphd course: Practical Audio Techniques with Audition
FXPHD: AUD205 Practical Audio Techniques with Audition | 3.7 GB

Everyone wants good audio, but don't always know the steps to get there. This course takes a practical, hands on approach to audio post production. From dialog cleanup and noise removal to sound design and mixing. Working in Adobe Audition CS6, we work through specific project based scenarios to add practical tools for you to use on everyday projects.
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fxphd course: History of Visual Effects
FXPHD: VFX102 History of Visual Effects | 10.9 GB

In this unique fxphd course Matt Leonard takes you on a journey through the history of visual effects. Starting in 1867 and moving forward to today we look at how the industry got started, the key players and what techniques and tools they where using. We look at familiar names such as George Mlis, Ray Harryhausen, Dennis Murren and others as we cover their contribution to art and science of VFX.
newbie123 Category: ELearning

fxphd course: Nuke, Motion Control & Deep Compositing
FXPHD: NUK311 Nuke, Motion Control & Deep Compositing | 24.5GB

After a successful previsualization of our skateboarding spot in our MYA223: Previz for Commercials course, we now move into production for this advanced Nuke course. For principal photography, we will be working with Stiller Studios to create incredible high speed motion control photography.
newbie123 Category: ELearning

fxphd course: Hollywood Nuke Techniques for Indie Projects
FXPHD: NUK233 Hollywood Nuke Techniques for Indie Projects
10 Classes Project Files Included MP4

With independent productions for new media on the rise, well discuss what we can learn from bigger pipelines and how we can condense and use some of those techniques to enhance and speed up our smaller productions and budgeted pipelines. Were excited to be working with Corridor Digital, a highly successful YouTube content creator, with over 3.5 million subscribers and videos which regularly receive over 20 million views. Using Corridor Digitals footage, well find shortcuts in plotting out and creating effects and see how Nuke and its true 3D compositing environment can speed up out work and make it look top notch! Well also do a case study on how Corridor Digital shot their footage to be composited and brought to final.
newbie123 Category: ELearning

fxphd course: Maya Foundations: LookDev and Lighting
fxphd course: Maya Foundations: LookDev and Lighting

This Maya course is part of our Maya Foundations series and covers Look Development and Lighting. We look in-depth at these fundamental building blocks using a selection of software focused around Maya. Well look at both the technical and artistic aspects as we progress through the course, each component being real-world project focused.
newbie123 Category: ELearning

fxphd course: Advanced Digital Colour Theory
fxphd course: Advanced Digital Colour Theory
10 Classes Project Files Included MP4

Colour image coding is at the heart of digital imaging; it is a critical element of high-quality digital cinema and HD production. In this course we follow colour from its spectral form in front of the camera into acquisition where colour is reduced to 3 components, then through the post-production, grading, finishing, approval, mastering, distribution, and display/exhibition stages. We discuss the colour transforms and colourspaces used at all of these stages. We discuss colour aspects of subsampling and compression (H.264, as in Canon cameras, ProRes, as in Alexa, and JPEG2000, as used in DCPs).
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fxphd course: Advanced Color Theory and ACES Workflow
fxphd course: Advanced Color Theory and ACES Workflow
10 Classes Project Files Included MP4

For nearly 20 years, cinema production and post-production has been based upon the conceptual model of film acquisition: Even if digitally acquired, imagery was typically processed using the Cineon/DPX model technically, Cineon Printing Density (CPD) coding. That coding incorporates the technical parameters of film; in particular, the S-shaped tone response and the colour crosstalk of film are built-into the image encoding. Because CGI and VFX computations are best performed in linear-light, the CPD scheme has made CGI and VFX difficult.
newbie123 Category: ELearning
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