(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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In fact, a lot of things he did in that video gave me ideas. Shadows should be a result of geometry, not texture. But I’ll provide the comps at each step so anybody can finish it as an exercise. So, not only were beginners paying for that, but they were “learning” to do things completely the wrong way. You can also navigate to a different video by selecting the menu icon in the top tutorails of the player window.

I’ve forgotten my password. Posted 10 September – There’s often better stuff for free on YouTube or Vimeo though it’s more fragmented. There are certainly some great tutorials there. Know of any other awesome Blackmagic Fusion tutorials? In this tutorial from Kert Gartnerwe take a look at the cinematic potential of Fusion.

But I have hatched a plan You can always get eeyeon here if you’re stuck. Just having some variations on Marcus’ theme would be great.

The tutorials covered include the following topics in this order:. Loading low-poly FBX models and shading them in Fusion isn’t quite how it’s done in real life.

It’s just a difficult request to “please make a video about x, y, z”. More articles from this Author. Community Forum Software by IP. The series covers everything you need to know to get started. New to Blackmagic Fusion? I can’t speak for anyone eteon, but being able to use reflections is very, very useful.


13 Fusion Tutorials Every Motion Designer Should Watch

Just asking – there seems to be quite a bit in there which answers a lot of what you are asking for The tutorials covered include the following topics in this order: Maybe even Marcus would benefit, if Eyeon came up with some ideas he might like to incorporate into his work? Because the people running it want to buy stuff. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have fusioh disabled. Several functions may not work.

In this tutorial from Jeff Krebs, we take a look at how to use a Volume Mask to isolate certain portions of your scene. Here’s an example done by a 3D artist: You currently have javascript disabled.

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. But from that point on it will be treated as a filmed plate, so no relying on that fbx model in the process. Fusion keying tutorial in which the instructor stated it a good idea to colour grade the foreground image before pulling the key.

Tutorials for Eyeon Fusion (Particles, Tracking, Keying, Match Moving)

If you paint 3D 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 fusin one used in those photos. It all takes a lot of time and effort You’re obviously way ahead of me in tutorrials of Fusion and 3D graphics, but Most online and DVD courses seem to be done by bad compositors who can’t teach or who teach completely incorrect and inefficient workflows.


Check out blender’s feature list here: Here’s a higher-poly sub-divided FBX sequence rendered totally in Fusion with the software renderer can select p if viewed on YouTube. Eyon 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.

Desired Tutorials From Eyeon

Using light, reflections, shaders, shapes, FBX, text, etc. 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.

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 tuttorials ‘real-world’ tutorial with comps. They exist and cost money because that’s their purpose i.

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