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Boris FX
Using Boris Red 4 Library Browser Effect to Create Broadcast-Worthy News Stories

Using Boris Red 4 Library Browser Effect to Create Broadcast-Worthy News Stories

This tutorial by John Lafauce demonstrates how to apply and customize a new, pre-made lower third graphic from Boris extensive selection of Keyframe Library Effects.

Tutorial
John Lafauce Jr.
Boris FX
Exploring Boris Reds new Motion Path filter

Exploring Boris Reds new Motion Path filter

This tutorial by John Lafauce demonstrates how to easily animate and fly a computer generated navy jet using the Boris Red 4.0 Motion Path filter.

Tutorial
John Lafauce Jr.
AVID
Keeping Corner Pin Compositing inside Avid with the help of Boris Continuum Complete AVX 4

Keeping Corner Pin Compositing inside Avid with the help of Boris Continuum Complete AVX 4

This all-encompassing tutorial from CreativeCOW contributing editor, John Lafauce introduces you to the new Corner Pin filter in version 4.0 of Boris Continuum Complete AVX (BCC AVX4). Several of Corner Pin's powerful features will be demonstrated, and other BCC AVX filters will be used to help create an integrated, realistic composite. This compositing primer will place emphasis on workflow and techniques.

Tutorial
John Lafauce Jr.
Apple Shake
How to become a Feature Film Compositor by John Lafauce Jr.

How to become a Feature Film Compositor by John Lafauce Jr.

Have you ever wanted to contribute to building a twenty thousand man army in "Troy", make a mouse fly a plane in "Stuart Little 2", or launch a doomed luxury liner in "Titanic?" You can achieve visual feats you never dreamed possible and accomplish them all through the magic of compositing. Read this article written by John Lafauce Jr., and see... How to become a feature film compositor. A note just to clarify: this article is about high-end 2d/3d compositing for long form media such as films, where the goal is to make the work seamless, integrated and "invisible". Not to be confused with compositing for motion graphics, where the objective is to make the object or design stand out and be "visible" to the viewer.

Tutorial, Feature
John Lafauce Jr.
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