30 May Eyeon Software Digital Fusion is my collection of Digital Fusion tutorials to share with everyone. Offiial tutorials and training from Eyeon. Vito LaManna Shows How to Create Super-Realistic Soft Shadows in Fusion. Shadows are a simple thing to create in Fusion, yet if you want highly realistic. 14 Oct (formally Digital Fusion) is Eyeon’s flagship motion graphics and video compositing package, used in a variety of films that are currently in.

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That ttuorials can cost people their jobs. Offiial tutorials and training from Eyeon: You can always get help here if you’re stuck. I think there could be more as Marcus just showed us with reflections and glass.

Covering everything from motion graphics to film and broadcast compositing, here is my collection of Digital Fusion tutorials to share with everyone. For those who have a Matrox RT. Most online and DVD courses seem to be done by bad compositors who can’t teach or who teach completely incorrect and inefficient workflows.

They exist and cost money because that’s their purpose i. Because the people running it want to tutorals stuff. Michael, will pm you after our current show is done: For example, you might have a depth pass, a color pass, a specular pass, etc.

Note that I linked to wyeon one part of that “course” because it was covering exactly the same subject as the other video; there’s a lot of nonsense in gusion other parts as well ex. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. Just asking – there seems to be quite a bit in there which answers a lot of what you are asking for Using light, reflections, shaders, shapes, FBX, text, etc.

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I honestly would buy it if they made for Windows. FXGuide tutorials for Digital Fusion. Community Forum Software by IP.

13 Fusion Tutorials Every Motion Designer Should Watch

But I’ll provide the comps at each step so anybody can finish it as an exercise. More articles from this Author.

Posted 10 September – I rewinded twice because I thought I had misunderstood. I’ve seen very few paid tutorials that haven’t made me facepalm less than 10 minutes in. They have footage and even if you enrolled in a Nuke course to get it, you could profit a lot from trying to transfer the classes to Fusion. You have been warned. I wanna buy stuff as well: Posted 08 September titorials But I have hatched a plan Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next. If somebody wants to shade and render a submarine for this in 3dsmax or maya, feel free to contact me: If you want to learn Fusion from scratch, the best resource I can recommend right now is Digital Tutors.

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Generic tutorials should be done by good teachers. It’s just a difficult request to “please make a video about x, y, z”. Posted 09 September – Kert Gartner In this tutorial from Kert Gartnerwe take a look at the cinematic potential of Fusion. Here’s a higher-poly sub-divided FBX sequence rendered totally in Fusion with the software renderer can select p if viewed on YouTube.

I’m really hoping that a tutorial ‘pipeline’ can be created, where users can show some innovative techniques or ask how to accomplish a taskand then Eyeon can expand upon them, add in other new techniques or different ways of accomplishing the same thing – in a short ‘real-world’ tutorial with comps. Oh, my point wasn’t so much about the quantity, it was about the quality and whether or not they’re actually worth any money. You’re obviously way ahead of me in terms of Fusion and 3D graphics, but And they still are even though now it’s for free – which is still more than the “instruction” is worth.


After you watch the first video, the player below will automatically skip to the next video. Maybe even Marcus would benefit, if Eyeon came up with some ideas he might like to incorporate into his work?

Desired Tutorials From Eyeon

I would also love to have some glass and other ‘cool’ shaders. I’d like to make it a real-life situation by not going full CG I don’t have access to a 3D app anyways but using a filmed plate which means you’re stuck with what was shot on set and you’ll have to fix it in post – keying a miniature motion control shot of a submarine of course this will be a fake using an fbx and a green background.

It all takes a lot of time and effort Check out blender’s feature dyeon here: He’s been more than generous with his time as it is.

In this tutorial from Jeff Krebs, we take a look at how to use a Volume Mask to isolate certain portions of your scene. I know my request is a bit nebulous, but Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. And that would encourage others to show their ideas for tutorials, in the hopes of getting even more ideas for being creative in return – and being able to use more than a fusiom of Fusion’s power.

I yeeon this used to be a paid course Autodesk bought the rights and put it on YouTube.

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