In the first of our mocha Pro tutorials from Jasen Hattams, you’ll learn how to smartly clone yourself or your subject within a scene.
A popular effect for beginners, Jasen takes this one to the next level and utilizes the power of mocha to enable overlapping and interaction between his two selves.
We’ve teamed up with the very talented Evan Abrams to bring you a special video!
Get to grips with the extremely powerful mocha Pro in this detailed tutorial showing you the top 5 things you can do with it in After Effects or your favorite editing software.
Learn how to:
- Add objects and text into scenes
- Remove objects from your footage
- Mask and track organic shapes
- Replace screen contents
- Insert 3D elements into your footage
In this final episode of our series with Jasen Hattams, discover how to make use of Continuum’s Title Studio inside Avid Media Composer.
Learn how to create, animate and style 3D text to your liking.
The second part to our Continuum 11 tips series is here! Follow along with Jasen Hattams as he runs through more tips for using Boris Continuum within Avid Media Composer.
In this episode learn how to add realistic sparks behind a moving object using the BCC Particle System. Watch part 1 here
Part 3 coming soon!
Join Jasen Hattams in part 1 of this series as he runs through a number of tips for using Boris Continuum within Avid Media Composer.
In this episode he showcases how to use the Color Correction unit and also how to utilize mocha to easily and accurately track specific moving objects in a scene.
Stay tuned for part 2 and part 3 coming this month!
Join us with Scott Newman as we break down all the most popular titling plugins and tools available for your video and motion graphics projects. Scroll down to get our awesome FREE templates.
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Our newest video with Scott Newman demonstrates the process of shooting and editing a slow motion sequence showing bullet shells being ejected from an automatic weapon. A variety of tools and techniques are used to achieve this cinematic realistic look. Find out how by watching below!
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You can now watch part 1 of the full tutorial to create this effect below: