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We're a team of Aussie filmmakers who make unique, fun & epic content. Chris tweets about filmmaking & post-production. We made & .
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FilmConvert Dec 6
Replying to @JagaatBhari
Not yet, we'll be releasing a Nitrate version for FCPX in March 2020
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Steve Yedlin 9h
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In this one, a forced perspective representation of the scene behind the camera disguises lighting equipment reflected in Blanc's eyeglasses. Thanks to Matt for all his great work: Matt's Mattes!
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Jim Geduldick 23h
Oculus Medium goes to
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LateNite Films Dec 6
Who knows? However I’ve never seen any tutorials, case studies or examples of people using Motion for even basic VFX. I know has, with the help of plugins. I’d LOVE to use Motion in place of the basic VFX we do in AE, but all our experiments have failed.
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LateNite Films Dec 6
And that’s why I say there’s little developer documentation. Apple has depreciated OpenGL and told everyone Metal2 is the future, but haven’t updated the FxPlug3 docs to reflect this. No Swift examples either - it’s all in Objective-C.
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LateNite Films Dec 6
The big difference is that Simon is normally making awesome motion graphics - normally text. Andrew does that too, but the stuff we love him for is VFX - explosions, head replacements, mixing practical effects with VFX, etc. We use AE as if it was Nuke or Flame.
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LateNite Films Dec 6
Last time I checked there weren’t even any Metal2 FxPlug3 examples?
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Kevin Parry Dec 6
Simple tabletop setup for when green/blue screen won’t do. First exposure is hero lighting, second is lit white background only. Gives me a silhouette pass to pull a key. 💡 👍
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LateNite Films Dec 6
I would GUESS that both Red Giant & Video Copilot sell far more Windows licenses than they do Mac’s. Also, there’s basically zero developer support and documentation for Motion whereas Adobe is very active and accessible.
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LateNite Films Dec 6
I’ve found Motion is pretty much unusable for even simple VFX - a few layers of green-screen, roto, etc. makes it slow and clunky. AE needs to render, but RAM cache is pretty good. mocha Pro’s integration with AE now is also so good. So many awesome plugins!
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LateNite Films Dec 6
Motion is great for Motion Graphics, but most FCPX users never open it because why bother when there’s MotionVFX? AE is awesome for VFX too - something Motion is not. People always say “you never have to render in Motion, it’s all realtime” - which isn’t exactly true.
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Girish Balakrishnan Dec 5
The “three-headed monster” that powered Flux software, the technology behind the of .
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Avid Dec 5
🎤 How holding your microphone affects your sound 📷 ▶️
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LateNite Films Dec 6
For those curious, I'm trying to solve:
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LateNite Films Dec 6
Any macOS developers out there with a 16-inch MacBook Pro that can help work out why this Demo App doesn't work? Just turns 16-inch Touch Bar blank/black. Works fine on 15-inch. Sadly I don't have a 16-inch to fault-find. or ?
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LateNite Films Dec 6
Replying to @phx787
Try deleting FCPX and reinstall from the App Store.
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LateNite Films Dec 6
Replying to @phx787
Make sure Mojave is up-to-date.
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LEGO Dec 5
It takes days to make something as magical as this ✨
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Vordio Dec 5
I've finally got retiming of compound clips working in translation.
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LateNite Films Dec 5
Awesome Article >> Making a short is hard, but here's how one team persevered.
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