I have finally started my long planned VFX vlog, where I will try to help you with common questions and problems that you might be having with After Effects, Cinema 4D, Adobe Premiere or 3dsMax.
When I decided to start this VFX vlog series, I had 2 goals in mind:
There are a lot of common problems that people encounter when working on film projects and especially when starting to learn Adobe After Effects and I will try to gather a few of them together in each vlog episode and answer them in person.
and many more will be covered
When making films and creating visual effects there are a lot of techniques, theories and skills that you can use to improve your workflow and produce better quality results.
I will talk about more general topics like
and others that I think are important to becoming a good film maker or visual effects artist.
I am no expert by any means, but I feel I've acquired a few fragments of knowledge that I'd love to share with all of you
I am planning the next VFX vlog so if you want your questions answered in person: leave them below!
Note that any tutorial requests will still go on my normal list as this vlog isn't going to be tutorials, but rather answer problems you have with the tutorials or in general with using After Effects, Premiere, Cinema 4D or 3dsMax
Hi, teacher am really having problems in exporting movies from after effect as mp4's or avi. thanks
Hi, what exactly is the problem you are having? Are you struggling with configuring the export for mp4 or avi or are you getting errors when trying to export in those formats?
In this video :
how did only the person make it appear like they are submerged in the ground, I can understand that a plane was inserted at the middle , my question is how did the part below the plane was made invisible? and I am using 3ds max. Thanks in advance
You need to assign a special material to the plane that you use to define the ground and ensure that it's 'Alpha Contribution' is set to -1. That way, anything that appears behind the plane will become invisible when you render it out