1. Tutorial created by Jonathan Fowler from jonathan-fowler.com

    This tutorial gives step-by-step instructions on using Photoshop and Apple Motion to create the "The Kid Stays in the Picture" effect. The name of the effect is from the documentary film that extensively applies this motion graphic to still images. Essentially a still image is separated into layers which are moved along the z-axis. Movement is introduced via animation... adding depth and giving the impression of 3D to the still (the effect sometimes referred to as 2.5D).

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  2. I've made my first steps as professional Sound Guy on this Awesome DAW - Thank You Vesko Goranov, Jeff Bloom , Robert Miller, Mitch Raboy

    >>>Video starts at 20 seconds in

    # vimeo.com/32983371 Uploaded 956 Plays 3 Comments
  3. A demonstration of using the match-moving capabilities of Motion. http://www.motionsmarts.com

    # vimeo.com/1318243 Uploaded 25.4K Plays 14 Comments
  4. Mainly this video is a response to Mac Break weekly video about how "perfect" FCP X preserves the pitch. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AOrTkyzlYuU) I like the ripple training guys, but even in the video you can hear the horrible job FCP X does. So I did some head to head comparison. If your experience with Fcp x is different please let me know.

    The other reason for this video is play with particles, and see how well they encode. Mess around with chapter marks, and which encode looks the best on vimeo.

    # vimeo.com/53423697 Uploaded 1,204 Plays 3 Comments
  5. daVinci DEMO, 1987.

    # vimeo.com/49614045 Uploaded 57.3K Plays 5 Comments


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