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  1. Attached is the OBJECT BUFFER MAKER SCRIPT. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BwzRH1iZPQnsTlU1WlBsZ3BXQXc/view?usp=sharing It makes Object buffers for all selected objects in a scene, names them and adds them to the render settings with corresponding sequential object buffer information. This will save tons of time in your workflow. Developed by RUSS GAUTIER at Perception Studios NYC. TO USE IT: Just copy or merge the python object into whatever scene you want. Then select the objects you want to make buffers for. FINALLY click on the RED "X" next to the python object. It will IMMEDIATELY Turn Off After You Click It and will have MAKING COMPOSITING TAGS, OBJECT BUFFER IDs and MULTIPASS Outputs for all your selected objects. Enjoy!
  2. Are you a seasoned compositor with a strong creative eye and commitment to delivering high quality work? If so – let’s chat! You will be an integral part of the Compositing Team, working closely with VFX Supervisors and 2D Supervisors and spend your days: seamlessly integrating all layers or elements of a shot, including live-action and CG elements working on the most complex and demanding shots of a project taking on a sequence of shots to ensure continuity working on blue and green screen extractions consistently delivering excellent results with minimal supervision performing setup tasks for a mid-sized team You must: have a minimum of 7 years VFX industry experience experience using NUKE critical eye for detail an interest in photography and lighting an asset If this sounds like you, please submit your cover letter and resume to recruiters@spinvfx.com. Be sure to include “Senior Compositor” in the subject line.
  3. Happy New Year! A new year calls for a newly redesigned website and showreel. Enjoy! www.sethminnich.com
  4. Hello all, I'm very new here, and new to the community in general. I wanted to post my reel, to see what people thought, understand where I'm coming from, but also use it as a chance to introduce my self. I'll post it now, so and blab afterwards: A little about me: I studied film and video production in college, with every intention of being an editor, and down the line becoming a director. When I graduated, I had a rough time finding a job in the area I lived, and would spend half of my day sending out resumes, and the other half trying to learn something that would give me an edge: AE and C4D. I had used the programs in school, but there were no classes offered in the mograph world, nor animation(in the film department), so I had always been self taught. Fastforward, I've now been working about 3 years in the MoGraph industry for the same tiny studio, constantly trying to throw in freelance where I can to offset the tedium of the "tech explainer videos" I make daily. I would love any thoughts you have on how the reel is structured, the content of the reel, and to just to get to know people in this community. I just finished Binky's series on building a reel, and I already have a feeling mine breaks a couple rules (especially length). Speaking of length, I'll stop talking now. Cheers! -Alex
  5. Hey Mographers! I have a camera in C4D set to front projection. I can't get the external compositing tags to export correctlly. They are not even in the canvas let alone near their the item they need to be attached too. Anyone know what I'm missing here? Thanks, J.
  6. Hey Mograph, I posted a video today where I walk through some basic compositing tasks in both After Effects and Nuke. I'd like to first go on record as saying that both programs are amazing and pay my bills... but I do think Nuke is a better compositing tool. I explain why in the video. I'd love to know what you all think. joey After Effects vs Nuke for Compositing
  7. Hello everyone, my name is Paolo and I’m a 3D Motion Artist & Compositor based in Milan, but available for work in Italy and the rest of the world. I am a freelance with over 4 years experience working on adverts and TV channel identity, working both as compositor and 3d generalist. I usually work using Nuke and After Effects. I also use Maya, Photoshop, illustrator, Real Flow and PfTrack. I'm looking for new opportunities to work in London, and this is my new showreel! Please feel free to leave a comment or contact me at contact@paolosottocornola.com http://vimeo.com/104282502
  8. In this tutorial we'll learn how to projection map mountains that you create in Photoshop. We'll also venture into After Effects for a while to learn how to composite using the stuff you created in Cinema 4D. Of course, this is only an hour long tutorial. Once you learn the basics it's up to you to take the time and go the extra mile to realism. If you're interested in getting started with outdoor landscapes in Cinema 4D, this is for you. Pre-made assets for learning purposes only can be found at Brograph.com.
  9. “There’s a lot of wonderful possibilities for real-time visual compositing with Quartz Composer. Most existing QC learning resources though, tend to emphasise the generative graphics capabilities of QC. For those with a post-production, animation, motion graphics or VJ background – QC’s composition potential can be difficult to unleash.” Hoping to make the transition to Quartz Composer a bit easier for the above kinda folk - I’ve gone and made a page which documents how various animation + post production techniques and processes can be recreated inside QC… (eg Composite multiple video sources, Image Masking, Pre-framing video into compositions, Working With Layers from Photoshop, Nesting + Pre-composing in AE, Inverse Kinematics, camera paths.. etc). I’m planning to slowly add to this ‘Compositing with Quartz Composer‘ page over time.. with the hope that it’ll - help non-programmers with video compositing ideas, adapt to QC more easily help me wrap my head around QC better (the page features many questions…) encourage more experimentation with visual composition effects in QC (alongside the current popularity of using QC to generate graphics) Would love to hear from anyone with questions (about something that isn’t clear) – or suggestions ( how to clarify a concept better, or other animation concepts that could be included etc ). http://www.skynoise.net/quartz-composer/compositing-and-quartz-composer/
  10. “There’s a lot of wonderful possibilities for real-time visual compositing with Quartz Composer. Most existing QC learning resources though, tend to emphasise the generative graphics capabilities of QC. For those with a post-production, animation, motion graphics or VJ background – QC’s composition potential can be difficult to unleash.” Hoping to make the transition to Quartz Composer a bit easier for the above kinda folk - I’ve gone and made a page which documents how various animation + post production techniques and processes can be recreated inside QC… (eg Composite multiple video sources, Image Masking, Pre-framing video into compositions, Working With Layers from Photoshop, Nesting + Pre-composing in AE, Inverse Kinematics, camera paths.. etc). I’m planning to slowly add to this ‘Compositing with Quartz Composer‘ page over time.. with the hope that it’ll - help non-programmers with video compositing ideas, adapt to QC more easily help me wrap my head around QC better (the page features many questions…) encourage more experimentation with visual composition effects in QC (alongside the current popularity of using QC to generate graphics) Would love to hear from anyone with questions (about something that isn’t clear) – or suggestions ( how to clarify a concept better, or other animation concepts that could be included etc ). http://www.skynoise.net/quartz-composer/compositing-and-quartz-composer/
  11. Hey everyone. I'm a bit new on the freelancing scene, so I've updated my reel. Any feedback is greatly appreciated. Thanks! ap
  12. This is a music video I did with a couple friends a few years ago. I directed, animated/composited everything. Enjoy!
  13. Hello, If you have the time and don't mind throwing your email address in a pot to win some free booze then please help me out by voting for me in a competition. I've been nominated as a wildcard for an award by TimeOut for my creative work. I am an animator and art director and have made some sequences that you might recognise, this being my favourite. https://vimeo.com/34652952 So if you have a minute I would be very grateful if you could throw me a vote, especially if you remember and like that sequence. Here is a link to the voting page, find my name, (Lee Jacobs), click the button next to my name and then scroll to the bottom to register the vote. http://www.thehospit...00/nominees.php Huge thanks and apologies for the self promotional post! Thanks, Lee
  14. Hi again guys, I've just finished another quick little job for Staples Canada and thought I'd share... Feedback welcome as always. Peter Quinn
  15. hi there folks, my first post, so apologies if I'm missing any kind of etiquette here. I'm trying to work out th best tool to track a handheld 'wand' in 3d. The wand is partially wrapped in green tape (to make it contrasty for extraction/tracking). The objective is to replace the green section of the wand with an alien probe type object that will be built in 3d. All the 3d trackers I'm looking at talk a lot about match moving the camera so that objects can be inserted into the shot, but I just want to track the motion of the character raising the wand into shot and out again. Any ideas? I will try and attach a screenshot...
  16. hi there folks, my first post, so apologies if I'm missing any kind of etiquette here. I'm trying to work out th best tool to track a handheld 'wand' in 3d. The wand is partially wrapped in green tape (to make it contrasty for extraction/tracking). The objective is to replace the green section of the wand with an alien probe type object that will be built in 3d. All the 3d trackers I'm looking at talk a lot about match moving the camera so that objects can be inserted into the shot, but I just want to track the motion of the character raising the wand into shot and out again. Any ideas? I will try and attach a screenshot...
  17. emilypants

    2011 Reel

    Hello Mographers, About a month ago the department I was in dissolved & have since started to go freelance. I'm very very new to this freelancing business & so I made a new reel to promote myself. I'd LOVE it if you could give me some constructive criticism. I have thick skin, so please be honest. And of course, if you have any freelancing tips that would be great too Thank you in advance! http://emilyskaer.com/#2443911/Reel-2011
  18. Hi all, here's a promo I just completed work on for Finnish outfit Pepe Deluxé on Catskills, we shot it on greenscreen in my flat apart from the café intro/outro on location (heavily graded to try and mask the really noticeable absence of proper lighting...) Took a long time to get all the compositing done, you'll definitely spot one or two little badly tracked lights but apart from that I'm proud of it! This won't be online for long, I just wanted to get some community feedback. I hope you enjoy it! Sholto http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uGbAVGAhWog
  19. hi all, i've been out of this great site for a loong time... i have recently updated a music video section of my portfolio. its a selection of works form 5 years till present. Have a look!! Gustavo Fernando Torres thanks
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