1. Hosted by Marco Solorio of OneRiver Media, this video compares the Blackmagic Design Cinema Camera and the Canon 5D Mark III in several tests. This includes dynamic range, sharpness, pushing levels, banding, artifacts, rolling shutter, chromakeying, wide/telephoto lengths, DOF (depth of field), low light, macro blocking, contrast, and more.

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    Check out our follow-up video to this one:
    "Comparing the Cinema Camera: Part 2, The Impact of 12-bit RAW"
    vimeo.com/52269416

    After several DAYS of trying to upload this video to Vimeo, we've ultimately had to reduce the bit-rate compression down to 18mbps (Vimeo recommends 5mbps, ha!), which is down from our minimum quality level of 40mbps. This means the SOURCE file you can download will also inhibit some amount of compression blocking and smearing, even in the Cinema Camera footage, which doesn't originally exist in our ProRes master file. We've tried EVERYTHING, multiple types of uploads, different encoding methods, you name it.

    Although the downloadable source file is a little better than the streaming version, it still doesn't compare to the original ProRes source file which imposes no banding, compression artifacts, or chrominance sub-sampling (down from 4:4:4 to H.264's 4:2:0 space). Please keep this in mind when viewing.

    Unfortunately Vimeo only allows 100 downloads per day, so check back to download the 2GB file if the queue is filled. And remember to always watch in FULL 1080 HD or you will have added scaling and moiré issues on some of the tests than what is already been added by Vimeo and our horrid bit-rate restrictions.

    Thanks for watching. Hope this is as informative for you as it was for me making it.

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  2. A 2 part video explaining how to set up the "auto-swim" portion of a fish rig using expressions (specifically using the sin() function).
    Part 1 is the basics of what we're doing and how to start setting it up, Part 2 is adding some more advanced functionality for the rig.

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  3. A 2 part video explaining how to set up the "auto-swim" portion of a fish rig using expressions (specifically using the sin() function).
    Part 1 is the basics of what we're doing and how to start setting it up, Part 2 is adding some more advanced functionality for the rig.

    # vimeo.com/27448923 Uploaded 19.9K Plays 7 Comments
  4. This is a demonstration on how to use Autodesk Mudbox to sculpt a low resolution model from Maya (1 polygon) and save the resulting sculpture as a displacement map (at 4 subdivisions) and normal map (at 7 subdivisions) to use in Autodesk Maya. The displacement map is used to bring the single polygon to look like 256 polys and the normal map is used to bring it to the look of 16k polys.

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  5. This is a more complex use of curves using the boundary feature in Maya. I show examples of how you'd start a car hood vs creating a complicated hallway turn.

    Features covered in this video
    Boundary
    Rebuilding curves

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