1. Time Warp Project

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    from Uirá Lamour / Added

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    Personal project done in order to exercise some CG techniques and improve my portfolio. Done in 3Ds max, Vray, Rayfire, Zbrush, Pftrack, Nuke and AE. Hope you like! - Meu TCC, feito pra exercitar o 3D e agregar ao portfólio! Contact: http://uiralamour.com/ uira99@hotmail.com Song: The Strokes - You Only Live Once Time Warp Project on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VKMAYK5219k More info: http://www.3d4all.org/foruns/showthread.php?t=30196 http://forums.cgsociety.org/showthread.php?f=154&t=943636 soon!

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    • Camera Slider Tutorial - build it easy - a professional Cam slider / glider

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      from Friedhelm Fischer / Added

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      Hello, this is my Camera Slider Tutorial. It show you how easy it is to build up a professional slider. This DIY Slider is realy a PRO-SLIDER. Optional - you can build it up with some Mannfrotto video heads like the 701HDV and the 501HDV. The movie was shoot in HD with a Canon EOS 7D. More information about the tutorial, the costs, the stuff and where you can order it - on my website at http://www.friedhelm-fischer.de Best quality - when you download the WMV-File ;O) NOW NEW - US-STORE for the Camslider stuff at http://www.friedhelm-fischer.de/the-ff-tutorials/camera-slider-diy-tutorial

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      • Sensible Digital Cinema: The Arri Alexa

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        from Inspiration Rentals / Added

        73.9K Plays / / 70 Comments

        A surprisingly effective demonstration of the Direct To Edit feature on the Arri Alexa. http://www.inspirationstudios.com.au/ http://www.facebook.com/inspstudios/ http://www.twitter.com/insp_studios/

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        • A Day by the River

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          from Greg Wallis / Added

          1,179 Plays / / 45 Comments

          A day spent documenting some of the sights on the river Cam, in Cambridge. I've attempted to add a deliberate film look in post, with a subtle vignette and contrasty, slightly desaturated, colours for the most part. Filmed on my Canon HG10, edited in Sony Vegas, with music by Egberto Gismonti.

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          • Mission accomplished.

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            from PEIKA / Added

            340 Plays / / 41 Comments

            After several attempts to launch a camera on a rocket, the eagle has landed.

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            • Camscape

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              from Greg Wallis / Added

              562 Plays / / 36 Comments

              UPDATE: I've re-rendered it at 30fps and corrected a couple of errors. ============================= Previously unused footage from filming in Cambridge in 2008. Originally I was putting together a director's cut, but wasn't happy with what I had done, and felt that using unseen material was a better bet, so started afresh (albeit with just two shots from a previous film that I rather liked). The shots used have all been treated to individual mono colour grading in post, and this is the first film I've made where (apart from fade in/out at the beginning and end) there are straight cuts from one shot to the other without a single fade. This, I felt, added a little more gravitas to the documentary feeling of the film, but also enabled the timing of each shot to coincide accurately with points in the soundtrack to which it was assembled (Sandy Denny's "Who Knows Where The Time Goes" is such a classic song that felt a little unnerved using it, but I hope you like the result).

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              • Testing the DMC-GH1 with Hague Mini Motion-Cam Stabilizer

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                from Celeste / Added

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                My review on the Panasonic DMC-GH1 with Hague Mini Motion-Cam Stabilizer --- With my recent purchase of the Panasonic DMC-GH1, I realized it would be necessary to purchase some sort of steadicam since (1) shooting handheld in HD is impossible since every small movement would be amplified (2) trying to shoot steady footage would be even more difficult because of its SLR shape. So after doing some research, the Merlin steadicam is supposedly the best compact for lightweight cameras but it costs +$800! In a similar design with similar results but at a much lower cost, is the Hague Mini-Motion stabilizer; however, the product specifies its max weight is .8 kg (much lower than the Merlin) but can go up to 1.2 kg with the purchase of extra weights - and then, with the disclaimer, "Please note, camcorders over 0.8kg. should be used with care. If the handle is leaned over too far with a heavier camera mounted, there is a risk that the handle could come out of its socket." Well, the DMC-GH1 with the kit lens is .94 kg (940 grams) so I thought it probably would be okay since 1.2 kg is their max and they do have a return policy. Anyways, I purchased it from their UK site along with the quick-release adapter and extra weights. Got the order three days later (pretty fast) and attempted to set it up. It was so frustrating! It was heavy and swinging everywhere - and with it swiniging everywhere, the camera came out of the socket a couple times which is bad period. I had my camera with the strap so it was fine for the time being. I then referred to their setup video on their site which helped out a lot. And I also realized that having the quick release adapter wasn't helping my camera stay in the socket since it caused the camera to sit higher (causing the the center of balance to be higher) so I removed that. Now the camera felt more stable. I then removed the strap and the extra weights I purchased and stayed with the ones in the kit. Now, I was seeing results - the camera wasn't swinging around as much and it felt more comfortable all around. It's still a bit difficult to get the camera perfectly straight horizontally. Doing any slight adjustments can knock the entire balance off. I might need to add more weight. However, I'm surprised how easy the camera can come out of the socket. When exerting force to make it tilt too far on one side, the camera will easily pop out. With normal steadicam motion - this will be okay since the camera should always remained centered - but if you accidentally hit the camera hard on something, etc., the camera can easily come out. I'm thinking of purchasing a very lightweight tether just as a safety precaution. Hopefully, this will not affect the balance. Overall, I'm satisfied with the purchase since it can produce really great results. There's some difficulty to get it completely straight horizontally when both setting it up and walking but I wasn't expecting perfection and this is the first time trying it out - so I'll probably need more practice and maybe adjusting the weight. :) Thanks for looking

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                • CRYSTAL FIGHTERS "AT HOME" ((OFFICIAL VIDEO))

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                  from Crystal Fighters / Added

                  91K Plays / / 31 Comments

                  Directed by Ferry Gouw http://www.crystalfighters.com http://www.twitter.com/crystalfighters http://www.facebook.com/crystalfighters http://www.itunes.com/crystalfighters

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                  • VSCO Cam

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                    from VSCO / Added

                    431K Plays / / 28 Comments

                    Re-Introducing VSCO Cam™ - The Standard of Mobile Photography

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                    • Flycam Nano 550d test

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                      from CircleStudio / Added

                      11.9K Plays / / 25 Comments

                      Flycam nano with Canon 550d + battery grip with 18-55mm IS.

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