by DSLR Video Shooter, Caleb Pike
Caleb Pike shows you how to create beautiful re-timed slow motion shots using camera movement and some tricks in post via FCPX. In Premiere, this is called time remapping. Right click on the little colored fx logo in the corner of the clip in your timeline, select time remapping and then select speed. You can now add control points by holding control and clicking on the clip.
On this edition of Tips & Tricks, we will demonstrate how to pull off some very unique slider shots. These creative movements can help you tell a story, and enhance your production value.
by Dan Bernard Media, Wave Brigade
In this tutorial I show you how Casey Faris and I use post production techniques like color correction and sound design to make a very generic edit convey a certain emotion.
Make sure you check out Casey’s tutorial on how to do a similar effect with color correction! See: https://www.youtube.com/user/CaseyFaris777
Create cinemagraphs in Final Cut Pro!
Today we’re going to learn how to make a cinemagraph. A cinemagraph is basically a still picture, in which a minor and repeated movement occurs, giving the illusion of animation. This technique is very popular on Instagram, where adding a little bit of movement to your still photos can really make them stand out. Making cinemagraphs is a great way to bring your still images to life, and they can be as simple or as complex as you want them to be.
4 Free Parallax Transitions for Final Cut Pro X
Just drag and drop, render and play!
Beautiful, modern and super cool.
What is Included:
- 04 Parallax Transitions
- Tutorial included
- Quick and easy to use in Final Cut Pro X.
- Change duration (just click and drag).
- Change effects.
- Ready to use in 4K (16:9) projects.
- No third party plugins required.
- Quick and easy to install.
- FCPX 10.3 or later
- Motion 5 is not required
- Size: 7,04 MB (including video tutorial)
Click here to download.
Use After Effects tracking tools to create a HUD inspired by Spider-Man: Homecoming. Plus 12 free HUD elements from our Interface pack.
In this tutorial, we’ll use some intermediate to advanced methods in After Effects (using the built-in tracking tools as well as elements from our new Interface HUD Pack) to quickly create this impressive special effects shot inspired by the HUD in Spider-Man: Homecoming‘s new Tony Stark-sponsored spidey suit.
By Joshua Noel, Premium Beat
This Adobe After Effects tutorial shows you how to use RocketStock’s Free 4K Volumetric Light and Dust Overlays. Add depth to motion graphics and footage in seconds.
Every month, RocketStock gives away free After Effects templates, overlays, and video packs on their website. This month, RocketStock released 16 Free 4K Volumetric Light and Dust Overlays that you can use for motion graphics and video footage. The pack contains fourteen stunning light beams and two dust elements. If you want to quickly enhance your motion graphics titles, this pack allows you to add depth without a lot of effort.
In this tutorial, check out how to use these free assets to enhance your motion graphics. You’ll be able to take a static sequence and bring depth to your animation. In addition, I will also show you how to use them as overlays on footage, masking the light and dust elements around a light source.