Blender for After Effects
Blender is a one of the most powerful, fast, effective 3D tools available. And it’s open source! This means that you could be adding real, professional 3D to your visuals today! The only thing that you need is to learn how to use it. I teach a 2-day class on how to use Blender in the field of Motion Graphics and Movie production. As far as I know, this is the only class of this kind. “Blender for After Effects” aims to get you up to speed in using Blender in your After Effects pipeline in the shortest time possible. I will not re-hash material that you can find easily in books and tutorials. This is a hands-on, total immersion class that targets the needs of the motion graphics artist. Why spend thousand of dollars for other 3D programs when Blender can do the job as well and often better? Save the cash, learn how to use Blender and expand your toolbox to include real 3D models and animations today!
Class details: (Date and exact location to be determined)
Location: San Francisco/Santa Clara
Duration: 2 days
Date: coming soon (November) Click here to be alerted automatically when the date and location will be announced
For each person attending, Pret-a-3D will make a donation to the Blender Foundation to help with future development of Blender
- Pipeline Integration
- Multi-pass rendering and compositing
- Cloth simulation
- Fluid simulation
- 3D Text
- Virtual sets
- 3D Re-lighting in AE
- Camera matching
- The Blender UI
- 3D modeling
What you’ll need to bring: a laptop with Blender pre-installed. See www.blender.org for versions of Blender for Mac OS, Linux and Windows.
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About Paolo Ciccone
Paolo is an international trainer and speaker with decades of experience. Since the early days of the IBM PC he has taught a variety of topics including “C++/Windows Programming ” , “Paradox SQL-Link” , and a series of “Linux in the Enterprise” seminars held in Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Oslo, Helsinki, and Brussels.
In 1994 Paolo joined Borland in Scotts Valley, California, as a software engineer. Since then Paolo has taught seminars during the Borland Developer’s Conferences in Philadelphia, Long Beach and San Diego, covering such topics as Linux kernel customization, parallel processing and porting of the Java Virtual Machine to Linux. In 1999 he demonstrated the first Linux build of JBuilder to an audience of 3000 developers.