Blogs by Autodeskers
Now that Autodesk Composite is FREE, I thought I would take a moment to show users the proper way to set up the disk-based caching for the best performance possible. In this example, I forego using a SSD or RAID0 in favor of a Fusion ioFX card for caching and playback.
This is what it looks like inside the booth.
On March 26 - Join Autodesk for an exclusive VIP preview screening of The LEGO® Movie in 3D with an introduction by the award-winning, digital studio behind the movie - Animal Logic.
It used to be Soft FX but now we have the FX Bar with buffet of new creative options and functionality.
How the #AutodeskExperts became a part of the moviemaking process on the Oscar-nominated short The Voorman Problem
In this tutorial I go over Maya's Render Layers and Render Passes. I also show how to put them all back together in Maya composite.
A new 2 part video series showing how to blur or pixelate faces, logos and anything else you don't want people to see in your shots.
A tip on interoperability between Flame & Lustre - The Flame Premium suite. Utilizing multiple mattes in a Lustre timeline.
Use the interactive vectorscope in the Colour Warper to balance the black and white levels on an image. Great for fixing unbalanced shots and more!
Bill Ennis and Quinn Richardson restart the "Flame Premium can do that" blog in 2014....