1. Dayton and Rocktown


    from Brandon Shepherd Added 772 2 4

    A couple classic moderates near Chattanooga.

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    • Crisis Solutions #255


      from EASYLAB Added 439 23 4

      Some say the crisis is over. We here at EASYLAB are not that sure, so… here are some suggestions on how to survive the best way possible to what’s coming our way! For the Next episode click here: https://vimeo.com/105141480 For the previous episode click here: https://vimeo.com/105138810 Visit us at: www.facebook.com/easylabing Layout and Animation: João Miguel Real Concept: Jerónimo Rocha Production: Frederico Serra Sound Design: Dizplay EASYLAB 2014

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      • Maya Animation Video Reference Tutorial With Errors


        from Jacob Patrick Added 773 5 4

        ADDITIONAL POINTERS>>>>> Below..... (This is Part 2 of 3, though parts 1 & 3 will never be uploaded) Notes from Part 1 Below, Part 3 would have been the animation at different steps to finished. WHEN SHOOTING VIDEO REFERENCE..... you want to wear clothes that have short sleeves & shorts so that you can see the body and what it's doing. Or Close Fitting clothes. Preferably brighter colors. If it's black then it can get lost when it's in front of it's self and harder to tell exactly what is happening. If there are lines on the clothing, this helps even more so that you can clearly see the angle and change of the different extremities. Also if possible, have a solid colored, bright background. Easier to see the silhouette. In the video, we could not find this. If Recording Audio.... won't want where windy or lots of traffic (or use external mic) Try to have good lighting (do in the day time) Try 3 point lighting Key, Fill, & Rim, if setting up indoors or by yourself. If Possible, use 2 video cameras at one time. Front View and Side View. If this is not possible. You'll want to record from a 3/4 view. From this angle you can see more and it is easier to derive what the body is doing. Try to get the whole body in the frame, or focus on just the action needed (if you know the camera angle of the shot you're animating this could be useful) Use a Tripod or stable surface if you can.... Camera shake can make it harder for you to see the nuances or the nice arcs the body makes. Only shoot video reference of what you can safely do. If your not the most athletic (that could add to your animation and make it unique) you may want to get a friend to preform. Or if you're not the best actor.... have someone else act it out. If it is too dangerous, that is what internet videos are for, find someone else who has done it. OR.... that is also what Digital Animation & keyframe is for, do animate what is not possible and to make it look believable. Possibly you can shoot just the portions that are doable and you have to fill in the blanks. Maybe a not as extreme version, and then you push it in the computer. We showed all the errors we in encounter because, How often is a Video Tutorial missing parts, or is so perfect that if you make a mistake, you're lost... This way you can see mistakes you might make, or others have made and a way to work around them.

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        • DrupalCon Denver, OG7


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          • podcast #43 DSLR Solutions Follow Focus Review


            from planetMitch Added 2,388 4 3

            DSLR Solutions announces a simple inexpensive DSLR follow focus ? a planet5D exclusive first look at this new HDSLR follow focus unit from dslrsolutions.net. We talked with Aric Spence yesterday and this could very well be a great product for those not wanting to buy a rails system to mount a follow focus. It has a very finished look as it is made of stainless steel and will look good in front of clients. It will require a firm tripod or mount because you are handling the lens more directly than a rig mounted FF. When asked, Aric did confirm it takes a bit of practice to get smooth results without shaking the camera, but as you can see in the samples below, it looks quite smooth. They are manufacturing this in the USA as well!

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            • Catalyst Connect Info


              from DEZYNE MED1A Added 33 0 3

              Mobilized Multi-Channel Communications Leveraging Personalized 1:1 Dialogue To Engage, Stimulate, Sustain and Connect. www.gll.com/catalyst

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              • Scrimpin' in the Kitchen


                from Rhoades Show Added 78 0 3

                Whether you want to save money for your children's education, reduce your carbon footprint, or you're just a tightwad...the environmentally friendly do-it-yourself money saving secrets show "Scrimpin'! with The Scrimper" has something for YOU!

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                • BAO Mask Brush Demo 1


                  from aescripts + aeplugins Added 998 20 3

                  http://aescripts.com/bao-mask-brush Apply custom brushes to mask paths in After Effects!

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                  • Adidas All Originals - winner edit


                    from Mariusz Jancarz Added 3,036 32 3

                    Zwycięski edit z konkursu adidasa. Winning edit from adidas contest. Jeździ/Rider: Łukasz Suski, Muzyka/Music: Psio Crew - Hajduk (cut) Like MVS on https://www.facebook.com/VS.MARJAN

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                    • The Digital Distillery Story.


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                      We are a team of filmmakers, architects, poets, web developers, composers and editors collaborating to transform ideas and products into visual stories. Let's talk solutions@thedigitaldistillery.com www.TheDigitalDistillery.com

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                      Tags are keywords that describe videos. For example, a video of your Hawaiian vacation might be tagged with "Hawaii," "beach," "surfing," and "sunburn."