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Particle Party
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CreativeCOW presents Particle Party- Video training from Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith

Stephen Smith
Lone Peak Productions, Inc.
Salt Lake City, Utah, USA

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Particles can save you a lot of time and are worth understanding how to utilize them. In this Motion video tutorial you will understand the fundamentals of particles. You will know the difference between an emitter and a cell. Plus you will learn how to modify and manipulate particles with behaviors and more.

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In this DVD, respected COW leader Stephen Smith gives users a comprehensive look at Motion, part of the Final Cut Studio Suite. He explores the cameras, lights, behaviors, time remapping, particles, shapes and masks. Also included are in-depth looks at paint, as well as advanced motion tracking.












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