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Digital Tutors – Creative Project Management in ftrack

Digital Tutors – Creative Project Management in ftrack

Digital Tutors – Creative Project Management in ftrack 26m 12s | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280×720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch | 2.6 GB Genre: eLearning | Language: English In this series we’ll learn the basics of ftrack by learning how to use its production tracking, asset management, review and team collaboration features. We’ll begin by getting familiar with the user interface and create a new project. Then we’ll assign tasks and learn how groups and teams can be structured in ftrack, as well as how to publish assets and review work with internal teams and clients. Finally we’ll learn how to schedule tasks and track time spent on them. By the end of this course you’ll be able to set up and manage your creative projects on the cloud and collaborate with your team.  

Digital-Tutors – Drawing Storyboards for the Entertainment Industry in Photoshop

Digital-Tutors – Drawing Storyboards for the Entertainment Industry in Photoshop

Digital-Tutors – Drawing Storyboards for the Entertainment Industry in Photoshop Size: 387MB | Duration: 2h 34m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280×720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how to set up a Photoshop document for a set of sequential images before creating thumbnails of our screenplay for director approval. We’ll learn some of the technical jargon used in the film industry related to different types of camera shots and how to set up our perspective for each of those angles. We’ll cover basic poses used most frequently in storyboarding: walking, standing and sitting as well as some action poses. We’ll take a storyboard frame through to it’s conclusion, finessing the drawing and adding some shading for mood and suggested lighting. By the end of the Photoshop training, you should have a clear understanding of how storyboards are created.

Digital-Tutors – Creating a Dynamic Wet Map Shader in Houdini

Digital-Tutors – Creating a Dynamic Wet Map Shader in Houdini

Digital-Tutors – Creating a Dynamic Wet Map Shader in Houdini Size: 256MB | Duration: 2h 20m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280×720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English In this Houdini tutorial, you’ll learn to realistically show wetness in your object shaders. To realistically simulate fluids (water, blood, paint, oil, etc), often a wet map is required to change the shading of an object where the fluid comes into contact with an object. These need to animate, not only while the fluid is active, but also afterwards to simulate drying. The usual solution, generating a wet map, or fixed set of images for a texture map has several drawbacks: fixed resolution, color depths, and difficulties applying across objects or to subsequent shots in the film. This Houdini training introduces a new method for simulating wet objects, a shader-based method that first generates a 3D cloud of animated wet points, then by creating a shader that will use this data to shade the wet or drying parts of the character that were…

Digital Tutors – Drawing Storyboards for the Entertainment Industry in Photoshop With Alex Stead

Digital Tutors – Drawing Storyboards for the Entertainment Industry in Photoshop With Alex Stead

Digital Tutors – Drawing Storyboards for the Entertainment Industry in Photoshop With Alex Stead 2h 34m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280×720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch | 944 MB Genre: eLearning | Language: English In this Photoshop tutorial, we’ll learn how to set up a Photoshop document for a set of sequential images before creating thumbnails of our screenplay for director approval. We’ll learn some of the technical jargon used in the film industry related to different types of camera shots and how to set up our perspective for each of those angles. We’ll cover basic poses used most frequently in storyboarding: walking, standing and sitting as well as some action poses. We’ll take a storyboard frame through to it’s conclusion, finessing the drawing and adding some shading for mood and suggested lighting. By the end of the Photoshop training, you should have a clear understanding of how storyboards are created.

Digital-Tutors – Designing Modern Forms for the Web

Digital-Tutors – Designing Modern Forms for the Web

Digital-Tutors – Designing Modern Forms for the Web Size: 371MB | Duration: 1h 44m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280×720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English In this web design tutorial, you’ll gain a solid understanding of how to implement modern HTML forms. We’ll first spend a few lessons exploring HTML5 form attributes and elements, while viewing these results in the browser. Then we’ll step into Adobe Photoshop to design a mockup of a modern form sequence. After that, we’ll spend several lessons making it a reality in the browser by focusing on HTML, responsive CSS, CSS animations and jQuery.  

Digital Tutors – Creating a Responsive and Flexible Slideshow in JavaScript

Digital Tutors – Creating a Responsive and Flexible Slideshow in JavaScript

Digital-Tutors – Creating a Responsive and Flexible Slideshow in javascript | 1.43GB | 2h 40m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280×720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English In this javascript tutorial we’ll learn how to build a flexible and dynamic slideshow. In this tutorial we’ll look at the steps required to build a slideshow from scratch. We’ll implement efficient programming techniques, get the maximum performance on all devices and tips and workarounds to deal with browser/device incompatibilities. By the end of this javascript training you’ll be able to build your own stunning slideshows with the help of javascript.

Digital-Tutors – Introduction to Trapcode Lux in After Effects

Digital-Tutors – Introduction to Trapcode Lux in After Effects

Digital-Tutors – Introduction to Trapcode Lux in After Effects Size: 119MB | Duration: 0h 34m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280×720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Beginner | Language: English In this After Effects tutorial you’ll learn how to use the Lux plugin from Trapcode. First you are going to color correcting this cloud footage for Lux. Then you’ll use Lux with a point light to create a sun and with spot lights to create rays. Finally we’ll use some techniques to integrate the artificial sun into the real sky. By the end of this After Effects training you’ll have a thorough knowledge of a very useful plugin that can make your shots look absolutely awesome.

Digital Tutors – Creating a Turn-Based Game in Unity and PlayMaker With Shane Whelan

Digital Tutors – Creating a Turn-Based Game in Unity and PlayMaker With Shane Whelan

Digital Tutors – Creating a Turn-Based Game in Unity and PlayMaker With Shane Whelan Size: 741MB | 3h 2m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280×720 15fps | Audio: AAC 32KHz 2ch Genre: eLearning | Level: Advanced | Language: English In this Playmaker for Unity 5 tutorial, you?ll become more familiar with a plugin that allows a developer to rapidly create gameplay, controls systems, rules, and AI using a system known as Finite State Machines. The course is aimed at people who are familiar with Unity’s visual editing tools already, but who may be looking for a system that allows them to create something interactive without writing code. By the end of this Unity and PlayMaker training, you’ll have the ability to make a number of Unity prefabs that can be used as part of a library to mock up new forms of gameplay quickly.