In this video I'm gonna make similar planet from scratch and I'll show a few technics wich I used for Trapcode Planet. I know, final result need better color correction and settings need much more tweaks, but I'll hope you'll get main idea.
Software: after effects (Trapcode form, trapcode particular, magic bullet looks)
Trapcode Planet vimeo.com/41519976
Also check out other tutorials on my web site philipppavlov.com/tutorials
P.S. If you make test based in this tut, please add link on this video tuts in your description. Thanks!
In this walkthrough tutorial I demonstrate how I used After Effects with GenArts Sapphire and Noise Industries FX Factory Pro to create a jumbotron-style look reminiscent of the trailer for the film Moneyball.
Download this AE source project: bit.ly/lGmm7i
Stylish, distorted logo sting. Quick logo reveler accompanied with beautiful distortion animations. Shattering into spikes, running across the screen with digital distortion squares and old-school TV noise that was quite common before digital era. Will work beautifully as short intro for your video, tutorials, podcasts, interview, program, video series etc.
I made this quick tutorial to show you how to prepare your renders in Cinema 4D for export into After Effects. I also go though the process of importing your render into After Effects and adding materials to your 3D scene.
After much demand, I have released a tutorial explaining how I used RE:Vision Effects Twixtor to create the interpolated slow motion in the short film 'Incendium' by Danny Cooke and myself.
From the start, 'Twixtorizing' fire and water is an extremely hard thing to interpolate due to their unpredictability. However, I shall explain the main principles of Twixtor which you can apply to any video, and how to tidy up any unwanted warping.
Before you start, for best results use a shutter speed that will match your final framerate to avoid blurry slow motion. Also, use the highest framerate setting on your camera possible e.g. 60p, 60i or if you are using a 5D Mark II use 30p; The more frames Twixtor gets to play with, the better!
Hope you enjoy :)
Part Two : vimeo.com/32155510
My favorite comment to date...
Ben Gordon : Very helpful tutorial..better than the official one. Cheers.