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Video Training FXPHD

Professor: Tim Clapham
Software Version: R14
Original Run Date: October 2012 & January 2013
Format: MP4
Resolution: 1440×900
File Size: 6.72 GB + 4.76 GB
Part 1 & Part 2

C4D103: Introduction to Cinema 4D R14, Part 1
Tim Clapham takes you through this introductory course for Cinema4D. Aimed specifically at new users to the application Tim will cover the fundamental techniques and principles for working with the software. Throughout the course, Tim will be using Cinema4D release 14, however users with alternative versions of the software should have no problem following along as most of the subjects covered are applicable to alternative versions. Read more…

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fxphd BKD227 Background Fundementals

Format: MP4
Resolution: 960×540
File Size: 3.31 GB
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This term’s background fundamentals is on Tech We Love: and we are starting by looking at Deep Compositing. The concept is closely aligned to that of Deep Shadows the hugely influential 2000 Pixar Siggraph paper by Tom Lokovic and Eric Veach. So much so that when we came to film some elements to help explain it this week – we used as the base of the shot a set of Siggraph Conference Proceedings. Read more…

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Video Training FXPHD

Professor: Matt Leonard
Software Version: v6.2
Original Run Date: May 2011
Format: MOV
Resolution: 1440×900
File Size: 6.77 GB
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Level I – Introduction (17 Hours 41 Mins) – Welcome to Level I, an Introduction to The Foundry’s NUKE, made specifically for trainers. With nearly eighteen hours of material we believe this is the most comprehensive training on NUKE available. The course is kept completely up-to-date as new versions of NUKE are released, and with access to the Professor via the forums this course is a must for anyone looking to become an accredited NUKE trainer. Read more…

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fxphd NUK902 NUKE for Trainers Level Two

Professor: Matt Leonard
Software Version: v6.2 & v6.3
Original Run Date: May 2011
Format: MOV
Resolution: 1440×900
File Size: 6.72 GB
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Level II – Intermediate (12 Hours 50 Mins Approx.) – Welcome to Level II, an intermediate course for The Foundry’s Nuke, made by trainers for trainers. With around 13 hours of material we believe this alongside Level I will equip you to teach Nuke to the highest standard. Like Level I the course is kept completely up-to-date as new versions of Nuke are released, and with access to the Professor via the forums this course is a must for anyone looking to become an accredited Nuke trainer. Read more…

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FXPHD - PNT205 - 3D Plants and Digital Environments

Professor: Eran Dinur
Software Version: SpeedTree 6
Original Run Date: January 2013
Format: MP4
Resolution: 1440×900
File Size: 3.94 GB
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Highly detailed animated 3D trees and plants can make a huge visual impact in digital environments and matte paintings, as seen in movies such as Avatar. Yet the complexity of trees and many plant species makes them notoriously difficult to recreate, and requires a move from traditional modeling techniques to unique procedural methods. Read more…

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Video Training FXPHD

Professor: Michael Auerswald
Software Version: R13
Original Run Date: July 2012
Format: MP4
Resolution: 1152×720
File Size: 1.05 GB
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In this course we will cover the various ways that Python has been integrated into Cinema 4D since the release of R12 and R13. Professor Michael Auerswald will look at its features from both an artist’s and a TD’s point of view, using hands-on examples Read more…

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Video Training FXPHD

Format: MP4
Resolution: 960×540
File Size: 5.54 GB
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The technology behind the America’s Cup live broadcast.- The Advances behind the newly released GoPro Hero 3- 35mm film workflow- on set protocol- Spherical Harmonics- LIDAR Scanners- Canon CN-E and Carl Zeiss Compact Primes- ILM Visual Effects Battleship supervisors. Read more…

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Video Training FXPHD

Professor: Craig Leffel
Original Run Date: October 2011
Format: MP4
Resolution: 1280×720
File Size: 8.75 GB
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Building upon our successful Craft of Editing series, The Craft of Color Grading looks to explore the world of the colorist and the craft of grading from an application-agnostic approach as much as possible. The lead prof who has helped develop the course is Chicago-based Craig Leffel, who has over 20 years of experience grading the top commercials finished in the city. He’ll be helped along the way with some of his friends who are some of the top colorists based in the United States. Read more…

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Video Training Nuke

Professor: Eran Dinur
Software Version: 6.3v7
Original Run Date: April 2012
Format: MP4 |Resolution: 1152×720
File Size: 1.60 GB
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In today’s industry, the boundaries between matte painting, compositing and 3D are fading out. Taught by VES award-winning artist Eran Dinur, this course stems from the belief that compositors should not only be able to seamlessly incorporate CG elements into photographic environments, but also have a real understanding of matte painting techniques as well as the ability to create 3D elements, particles and simulations. Read more…

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FXPHD — Fastforward — SpeedGrade CS6 Fundamentals
English| Audio: aac, 44100 Hz, mono (eng)
MP4| Video: h264, yuv420p, 1152×720, 25.00 fps(r) (eng)| 2.80GB
Genre: Video Training

SpeedGrade CS6 Fundamentals will quickly get you up to speed on how to more effectively use the new grading software from Adobe. Taught by Joost van der Hoeven, this all-new course contains over three and a half hours of training covering the fundamentals you need to know to get most out of this new release. It also contains almost 1GB of source material used in the classes so you can follow along with the instruction. Read more…

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