(formally Digital Fusion) is Eyeon’s flagship motion graphics and video compositing package, used in a variety of films that are currently in. FUSION? TUTORIAL BEGINNERS INTRODUCTION – YouTube. Fusion Camera Projection Tutorial – YouTube Simple Camera, Motion Design, Projects. Page 1 of 2 – Desired Tutorials From Eyeon – posted in Fusion: The video and tutorial from Marcus on the speed of Fusion was great!!!.
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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 fraction of Fusion’s power. Posted 09 September – Because the people gusion it want to buy stuff.
The tutorials covered include the following topics in this order:. That stuff can cost people their jobs. I rewinded twice because I thought I had misunderstood.
I think there could be more as Marcus just showed us with reflections and glass. I would also love to have some glass and other ‘cool’ shaders. I’ve seen very few paid tutorials that haven’t made me facepalm less than 10 minutes in. It would be great if the Fusion Gurus at Eyeon could create ‘real-world’ cool ‘proof of concept’ videos with lots of effects like that, without requiring 3rd party add-ons, with detailed instructions and comps on how to put it all together.
If you want to learn Fusion from scratch, the best resource I can recommend right now is Digital Tutors. Just having some variations on Marcus’ theme would be great. It isn’t done the other way round because you just can’t reach the quality and productivity in Fusion.
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.
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I can’t speak for anyone else, but being able to use reflections is very, very useful. But I have hatched a plan If eyeon would offer them a subscription for a tutodials they’d probably be more than happy to spend some days cleaning and prepping an example comp: 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.
This gives you further control when you jump into your compositing software eyyeon After Effects or Fusion. 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. Fusion keying tutorial in which the instructor stated it a good idea to colour grade the foreground image before pulling the key.
Just asking – there seems to be quite a bit in there which answers a lot of what you are asking for Another easy task would be to approach guys like the makers of “Mac and Cheese” see the other thread to show a quick setup and maybe share a comp with just a single frame of their main character.
Breakdowns should be done by good compositors.
The series covers everything you need to know to get started. I guess I just don’t see why we bifurcate tasks between a 3D app and a compositor, when having more 3D app features in Fusion but certainly not modelingwould seem to be an advantage? Using light, reflections, shaders, shapes, FBX, text, etc.
Generic tutorials should be done by good teachers. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next.
I’ve forgotten my password. However, Marcus is no doubt busy earning a living, and probably doesn’t have the time to do an in depth tutorial – and If you paint tutorisls objects with pre-lit photos, that results in “baked-in” light in the diffuse channel, and totally messes up the final render if the light happens to be in a different relative position than the one used in those photos.
I think this used to be a paid course Autodesk bought the rights and put it on YouTube. You have been warned.
While it tutirials cost money to subscribe, they currently have nine different courses that cover the basics of Fusion. There are certainly some great tutorials there. Share in the comments below!