Stephen Schleicher runs through the new Motion Tracker in Cinema 4D R16, and shows how you can track 3D objects into your shot without the need of an additional application.
I’m working on something for podcasters, and those that want to podcast. I think it will be a good resource for everyone, and will pull back the curtain a bit on what we do on the Major Spoilers Podcast Network. But I need your help.
This tutorial walks the student through the creation of The Want List intro for the popular web series.
This is a live in-class tutorial/demonstration of how to use Mocha for AE to track the front of a trophy, and then replace it with a new faceplate for an interstitial for an awards program.
Stu has posted the following on his blogsite:
Peachpit has been in touch with Amazon, and although there’s more info yet to come, the one thing I can say is that the March ship dates are most assuredly bogus. Amazon has ordered the book (just now, aparently), and it is on its way to them. Give them a few days to futz them around in their warehouses and then they’ll be on their way to you.
So it is all Amazon.com’s fault?
New training DVD excellent for beginners
When I teach my video editing class, a lot of time is spent on the basics of how to use the tools in Final Cut Pro. While this is valuable, other topics, like editing theory, can get pushed to the side. A training DVD is a great way to get students familiar with the interface, how basic steps are performed, and it allows them to work at their own pace. DVCreators.net has recently released Final Cut Pro Foundations, which is the perfect training tool for beginners.
From creative to programming Total Training continues to diversify
Total Training for Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 is the latest in Total Trainings DVD training series focusing on web development. In this two DVD set, Andy Olsen walks the viewer through the development of ASP.NET web applications using C# and Visual Studio 2005.