Meet the man behind a familiar voice! Join us for a live discussion with renowned Tutorial Master and Video Producer Editor. We’ll talk about the skills needed to succeed in today’s market as a Video Producer Editor, and the role
Charles Yeager (yeagerfilm.com) shows how to create a 360/VR Virtual Dolly in Post with 360° footage using Mantra VR and Premiere Pro. This is a really powerful effect, similar to a Ken Burns effect with images, but used
Charles Yeager (yeagerfilm.com) shows how to create an Overcapture-style video in Adobe After Effects CC 2018 with an extreme wide angle POV for 16:9 final format. He takes it further with Mantra VR, which lets you create stylized
Chapter 3.9: We see how to use SkyBox Studio V2 in After Effects for basic object removal from 360 footage.
Part of: Master Series: Cinematic 360/VR Production with SkyBox Suite. where you can find links to download free project
Chapter 3.4: We learn how to use Post Effects in Premiere Pro.
Go to: Master Series: Cinematic 360/VR Production with SkyBox Suite where you can find links to download free project files and assets to follow along.
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Chapter 3.3: We learn more about why seamless transitions are necessary for 360/VR editing and how to use SkyBox 360/VR Transitions in Premiere Pro.
Go to: Master Series: Cinematic 360/VR Production with SkyBox Suite where you can find links to
The first of it’s kind, the 360/VR Master Series teaches you all about 360° post-production workflow, with free project files and assets so you can follow along.
Learn all about 360 production in Adobe After Effects and Premiere Pro with
Download free 360 footage and royalty free stock videos, to follow along in our 360/VR Master Series of tutorials. Use the same assets that instructor Nick Harauz utilizes, learning all the basics, from object removal, stabilisation adding text and graphic,
Chapter 1.5: In order to capture 360 video, multiple cameras are involved. These cameras then need to be synched and stitched before editing. In this video, we’ll go through GoPro’s Kolor software and stitch together some footage from the Go