Flame for Fusion Artists
Taught by Mihran Stepanyan
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- May 2018
- 6 hours 24 minutes
The classes also contains an overview of the latest features in both software, especially Flame’s new scopes and motion analyzes ass well as Fusion’s 3D camera and planar tracking. You will also find out how to use DaVinci’s timeline for sending your edited cut to Fusion, compose it and send it back to DaVinci.
There are also new interesting classes about action workflow in Flame. You will see how to use paint node to draw a reference painting and create 3D matte paint using it. In one of the classes, you will see how to do a 3D model using Flame, how to create interesting particle effects for motion graphics, some cleanup techniques, and much more.
Class 1: IntroductionShort overview of Flame, Fusion and DaVinci interfaces. Some workflow techniques.
Class 2: Workflow comparisonBetween Flame’s and DaVinci’s editorial capabilities.
Class 3: Send your editFrom DaVinci to Fusion for VFX works (DaVinci’s Fusion connect clip)
Class 4: New FeaturesPlus some clean up work.
Class 5: Using PaintFor creating a reference painting for 3D matte painting.
Class 6: 3D scene - Pt1Using 3D matte painting.
Class 7: 3D scene - Pt2Using 3D matte painting.
Class 8: Motion vectors mapTo create creative works.
Class 9: Planar and 3D Camera trackersComparison between Flame and Fusion.
Class 10: Create Depth ImageUsing motion analysis for motion graphics.
Class 11: Create 3D lamp bulb - Pt1Using Flame’s modeling, texturing and shading capabilities.
Class 12: Create 3D lamp bulb - Pt2Using Flame’s modeling, texturing and shading capabilities.
Class 13: Particle effectsCreating of some interesting motion graphics.