1. 4K Footage Workflow // Panasonic GH4

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    from Sean Daigle / Added

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    UPDATE: Please see my new Video Workflow Efficiency tutorial series here --> https://vimeo.com/album/3130030 I've learned a lot since I posted this video, and most of the process I use here is now old news. Don't waste your time! =)

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    • Blue Shower

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      The Blue Shower This censored version will conform to Vimeo guidelines

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      • Stabilize, Track & 3D with After Effects CC and Cinema 4D Lite

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        Learn how to bring the power of Cinema 4D into your After Effects projects! In this tutorial, we'll cover a basic AE to C4D workflow, including how to prep your footage in After Effects by stabilizing and tracking. See the corresponding blog post and video transcription here: http://bit.ly/C4D-AE Royalty Free Music by http://www.Premiumbeat.com

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        • Panning and Zooming In After Effects

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          A basic tutorial on how to do virtual panning and zooming in your videos within Adobe After Effects. The video is especially for all the time lapsers out there. Note: This is a re-upload. I am merging accounts.

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          • Who's Lenny?

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            Produced by Hurricane Media on behalf of Bristol City Council -------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------- DOP: Sarah Edwards Edited by: Daniel Higginson Directed and produced by: John Lanyon and Jon Mowat Hurricane Media UK Ltd Thanks to Lobster pictures, Moving picture hire and 'See no Evil' Bristol -------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------------------------------------------------------------- A documentary short looking at 'See No Evil and the rise of the global street art movement. Europe's largest street art installation transformed Nelson Street in Central Bristol into a massive outdoor art gallery. The documentary features interviews with some of the 72 artists involved including Inkie, Tats Cru, El Mac, Nick Walker, Shoe, Xenz, China Mike and Paris. Over the course of a week the artists used over 13,400 cans of spray paint to create huge murals, up to 10 storey's high. The film also explores how street art has a natural home in Bristol and explains the cities long and colorful graffiti history. Organised by Inkie, Team Love and Weapon of Choice with the support of Bristol City Council and Nelson Street's building owners. Bristol celebrated the project with an NYC style block party and three 'Hear No Evil' events in the disused Westgate building on Nelson Street. The film adopts a number of filming techniques, including time lapse photography, cable dollys and polecams to capture the transformation taking place. Most of the footage was shot on Canon 5D. The film was produced by Hurricane Media with the support of Bristol City Council to serve as a lasting legacy to the project. http://www.hurricanemedia.co.uk

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            • Transitioning 2: FCP Workflow in Adobe Premiere Pro

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              As we transition from Final Cut Pro to another NLE, I'm running a series of tests to determine which NLE will best suit our needs. One concern is whether any of the workflow that we've developed through the years in Final Cut Pro will translate to another NLE. As in the part 1 of Transitioning, we're looking at Adobe Premiere Pro. Do we have to re-train ourselves completely or develop an entirely new workflow to use Premiere? I take a look at the basic layout of the two applications and some of the basic features used in FCP to see how they translate over. This is not a tutorial, but more of a walkthrough to help those of you who are considering whether to stay with Final Cut Pro or transition to something else. UPDATE: I accidentally edited out one small section of interest. Premiere Pro includes the ability to switch the Keyboard Shortcuts to match those of Avid Media Composer and Final Cut Pro. Nice touch for those switching from either. Host: Walter Biscardi, Jr. Biscardi Creative Media biscardicreative.com

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              • Video Tutorial: Soft Clipping in DaVinci Resolve

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                Limit the extreme registers of highlight or shadow detail using the Soft Clipping feature in DaVinci Resolve. More details in the corresponding blog post here: http://bit.ly/1nzlJbV Need music for you video projects? Give us a listen! http://bit.ly/pb-music

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                • Primeworks Multimedia Editing and Motion Graphics Reel 2011

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                  from Stephen Shevchuk / Added

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                  Updated December 24, 2011. Some projects missing due to NDA. Editing and Motion Graphics Reel for Primeworks Multimedia. Editor: Stephen Shevchuk (www.Primeworks.ca) Software: Final Cut Pro, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Illustrator Goal: Showcase content edited by Primeworks Multimedia in an effective and interesting way. For more information, please visit us at www.Primeworks.ca Follow us on Twitter at #PrimeworksMedia

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                  • Interpol - Evil | Typography

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                    from timo wentink / Added

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                    Typography animation of Interpol's Evil. First work in After Effects, also my first typographic animation. Created for a Digital Video Editing course on school.

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                    • After Effects Tutorial: Kitschy Lo-Fi Mouth Animation

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                      Create the lo-fi mouth animation popularized by Monty Python, and more recently, JibJab. Using only the tools within After Effects (and some simple expressions) you can create a mouth that auto-animates to audio. Corresponding blog post and more info here: http://bit.ly/1b9Zkgu Need royalty free music and/or sound effects for your media projects? Visit http://www.Premiumbeat.com

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