Archives for October 2007

Fun with Gamma and Quicktime

Here’s a scenario being replayed at studios around the globe: The decision is made to upgrade to After Effects CS3. A big project comes in. All proceeds quite well until it’s time to render for final output, at which point files coming out of After Effects – particularly those being edited in Final Cut Pro [...]

30 October 2007 | after effects | 4 Comments

Filmmaking Central, Looks, & Me

The always lively David Basulto and I had a chat late last week about the upcoming book on his show Filmmaking Central – I draw out a couple of new additions to the book, including a great roto tip I received from a reader of the previous edition and incorporated into this book (I love [...]

29 October 2007 | after effects, new technology | No Comments

After Effects CS3 Studio Techniques: In The Can

I should by all rights be drinking champagne this evening, given that the final contents of the new book were all submitted first thing this morning. However, like so many creative projects, closure in this case feels quite anti-climactic and the only real closure comes from holding the printed copy in your hands. This “hands” [...]

15 October 2007 | after effects, news | 2 Comments

fxPhd.com: Gettin’ Better All The Time

I haven’t blogged about it extensively, but for the last 3 terms I’ve been offering online courses at fxphd.com and have found it to be a lively community of peers, and chock full of fantastic information about visual effects and high-end production. Although this term’s After Effects course will be a repeat of the first [...]

10 October 2007 | news, training | No Comments

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