1. Jelly Face


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    Short test combining two glitchy effects I'm developing, frame differencing and luma key. Video of Gamen and a video of me with food in my face. The code is written in Processing and controlled with a simple hand control that I built with Arduino, containing an 3-way accelerometer. When I tilt the hand control the amount of effect changes. Music by Vin Bloovd. This clip also appears under Artist of the Month for January 2010 at http://processing.org/exhibition, and was showcased at Kruthuset in Stockholm in 2009.

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    • In-depth Node Based Compositing Tutorial with Eyeon Fusion


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      http://vfxhaiku.com Compositing Love... | Every Single Node Explained | Details are the Key... In this 45 minute tutorial, we take a look at a final shot for the Open Cut 3.0 Challenge created with Fusion 5.3, and look at every tool involved in putting this shot together. Here's some links to topics and plugins that are refered to in this tutorial: • Open Cut 3 - http://opencut.org/ • Kert Gartner's Open Cut 3 Submission #1 - http://blog.isotropy.ca/2009/01/open-cut-30-challenge/ • Kert Gartner's Open Cut 3 Submission #2 - http://blog.isotropy.ca/2009/02/open-cut-30-challenge-shot-002/ • Free Krokodove Plugins for Fusion - http://www.krokodove.com/ • Vlam for Fusion - http://www.komkomdoorn.com/ • Frantic Film's (Prime Focus) Awake Fusion Plugins - http://software.primefocusworld.com/software/products/awake/overview/ If you have any questions, or feedback, please let me know in the comments! Thanks!

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      • Skin Flakes


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        Another piece of the Jelly Face series, outtakes from my NYX software tests

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        • Dealing with HDR and Magic Lantern - an approach on making things right


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          Damn, I made a little Soundtrack for the beginning and the end, but I forgot to make it into the render :/ A basic Tutorial on my approach on the HDR-Feature of the Magic Lantern-Firmware. Please understand this guide as a more technical one and excuse that I had to cut Examples and so on, but I only can upload 500mb/week here and 30min are already a bit too long for such a heavy Compression. Have a view at the Table of Contents and skip to the Parts which interest you: Introduction at Start "01: General preprocessing in the Footage" starting at 2:07 "02: Using Pixelmotion for Interpolation (AE internal)" starting at 6:55 "03: Using Kronos" starting at 10:58 "04: Composing the Shots (and why Luma-Key sucks)" starting at 16:35 "05: Preparing the Sequence for real HDR" starting at 18:48 "05: Inside Photomatix" starting at 22:01 (MAYBE I messed up the numbers - sorry! :) "06: Processing HDR in After Effects and Final Words" starting at 26:09 Check out this Tutorial on using GingerHDR from their Makers: http://vimeo.com/34590403 And in good Tradition I of course forgot to mention several things. Sorry for that! // When shooting HDR, one Clip will always get a higher ISO, which may result in heavy Noise (like a 3EV 400/3200). Reducing Noise with e.g. NEAT or the little Median-Trick can do a good job and result in even less Artifacts and an overall better Videoquality. You may want to watch this Tutorial on how to clean your Video up: http://vimeo.com/32846805 Visit the Usergroup and the Wiki: http://vimeo.com/groups/magiclantern http://magiclantern.wikia.com Important Links http://www.thefoundry.co.uk/products/kronos/ http://www.videocopilot.net/tutorials/trim_compose_script/ http://www.gingerhdr.com/ Please take your Time to review these, at least more then I did :) Follow me on Twitter! https://twitter.com/#!/CameraRick

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            Here's an in depth look at how I created a sun set scene from a flat and almost colorless image. For more info, check out my blog post: http://mattscottvisuals.com/blog/2013/2/3/setting-the-sun Thanks!

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            • Experimental ½ Hour - Episode XXVI: Lucky Dragons & Pod Blotz at TBA:11


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              Experimental ½ Hour http://experimentalhalfhour.com Produced by Eva Aguila & Brock Fansler LUCKY DRAGONS at TBA:11 Cameras Frances Fagen Jennifer Sowell Josh Kermiet On-location PCM Tech Joe Glode Remote PCM Tech & Consultant Jason Tait PICA Contacts Patrick Leonard - Communications Director Kristan Kennedy - Visual Art Curator Erin Boberg Doughton - Performing Arts Program Director Helmy Membreño - Accounting Beth Hutchins - Accounting Chris Rousseau - Stage Coordinator Rob Kodadek - Production Manager POD BLOTZ "Cylindrical Forces and Collider" Produced for TBA:11 through the facilities of Portland Community Media - Portland, Oregon - http://pcmtv.org Recorded and screened on Sept. 12, 2011 at The Works © 2011

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              • Silhouettes - His Morning Promenade


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                iPod commercial style music video to Slagsmålsklubben's "His Morning Promenade"

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                • How to luma key footage with Adobe After Effects


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                  http://www.webvideochefs.com What is a luma key? The Luma Keyer filter pulls a key from an image or clip based on a selected range of image lightness.

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                  • EUC on E.S.P. TV #15 (excerpt)


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                    Excerpt from EUC's performance on E.S.P. TV #15 Taped in front of a live studio audience at Present Company, Brooklyn NY. March 16, 2012. Live video mixing and manipulation by Scott Kiernan, Ethan Miller, Victoria Keddie and Roberto Lange Cameras by Josh Steinbauer, Matt Bonner, Rachelle Rahme Live Sound by Daren Ho Production Assistance by Lee Lichtsinn and Nichole Caruso www.esptvnyc.com

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                    • Luma Key and Masking Techniques in VDMX


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                      For more information and sample project visit: http://vdmx.vidvox.net/tutorials/masking-techniques-for-layer-composition

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