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cmiVFX Releases New Stereoscopic C4D Training Video

Short Description - Stereoscopic In this video, we will be learning how to create stereoscopic content. To begin we will be going through a deep background of terminology and important rules you need to know in order to achieve pleasing stereo. Then jumping inside of C4D we will familiarize ourselves with the stereoscopic settings available to us and learn how to take advantage of them. We will explore how DOF affects a stereoscopic shot and how to use DOF and convergence together as focusing tools. Using a massive domino animation we will setup the stereoscopic settings for 9 cameras and learn about stereo in the context of movement. Finally, we will learn how to push beyond the limitations of stereo by using multiple camera rigs for individual objects in an animation. After rendering, we will composite the separate depth passes to make a scene that creatively uses the 3rd dimension, unique to stereoscopic films. NOTICE TO VIEWERS: This video is for everyone interested in Stereoscopic workflows in general. It should be considered THE GUIDE for those of you trying to understand it to the very core. This video should be watched by EVERYONE in the CG or VFX side of our industry. (Programmers would only watch this for fun) Here at cmiVFX we maintain a current training library for the latest versions of popular software titles. When it comes to high end CG and VFX training, there is only once choice... cmiVFX! Don't forget about the cmiSubscription plan! Get one today. cmiVFX launched the most affordable subscription plan in Visual FX Training History for only $299 USD, and if you were a subscriber, this New Training Release would already be in your account. This video is also available a-la-cart in our brand new HTML5 player system. |||||||||||||||||||||| Stereoscopic C4D ||||||||||||||||||||||
Length: 00:56


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