In May 2010, 3vis & Autodesk held the "Pimp My Pipeline" Canadian Product Launch Tour. This series of events that took place in Vancouver, Toronto and Montreal with the idea that customers can Plan. Imagine. Modernize. and Produce. - or P.I.M.P. their Pipeline with the Autodesk 2011 solutions. Discover all the ways the latest Autodesk® 2011 Digital Entertainment Creation (DEC) software opens up new opportunities for creativity in game development and television and film production — by enabling you to move beyond simple content creation and into cohesive production pipelines. You can now see all the presentations on line for Autodesk 2011 Solutions. In this particular video, Louis Marcoux, an Autodesk Product Specialist, demonstrates some of the latest features of Autodesk® 3ds Max® 2011 and Autodesk® MotionBuilder® 2011.
Note: The video switchs in English after the PowerPoint presentation ; 5min after it starts.
In this video tutorial we go over how to do a basic but accurate 3D Motion Track in Boujou. Some of the topics covered are, radial camera distortion compensation, tips for quality footage, exporting a track scene to Maya. This is a great introduction to Boujou and its interface and will let you integrate 3d objects and characters into live action footage easily.
Special Thanks to Tim for requesting this tutorial.
Software: Boujou, Maya
Instructor: Leo Covarrubias
On the site of a thousand years of violence, ACDC were pitted against Iron Man in a ground breaking architectural projection mapping project. The Great Keep at Rochester Castle awakened as a roar of photons burned away the cool night and the furious energy of Rock and Roll pummelled the front facade, filling every crack and fissure with light. This onslaught of the senses saw the castle confront its ultimate challenge: warping, morphing, spewing and collapsing before the audience's eyes. Let there be Rock!
Carnival rides at sunset at the Del Mar Fair in San Diego, CA on June 18, 2008.
The recompression done by Vimeo added a lot of motion artifacts and banding in the sky, please download and watch the original .mp4 version for best quality.
Canon HF10 in shutter priority mode at 1/250 second, highest quality setting, DM100 microphone in 120-degree setting. Transcoded from AVCHD to Cineform intermediate, output as 1280x720p30 MPEG-2, transcoded to 6 megabit h.264 with MPEG Streamclip.