Join Brian Morse for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding your light, part of 3D Tracking and Fusion Compositing.
- [Instructor] Okay, so let's add our light.…I'd like to add a spotlight and have it face straight down,…so that the top of the walls are dark,…and the bottom of the walls are lighter.…So let's add in the spotlight.…And let's put that into our 3D scene.…
And then let's position that spotlight.…And I want to rotate it straight down, so let's go over…and under the X rotation,…let's go a negative 90.…And now let's bring the cone angle up.…
And let's turn on the lights in our viewer.…Okay, so the first thing I can see…is that this side wall here…is facing the wrong way,…so we've got to flip that around.…Let's go over to the transform,…and rotate it an X 180 degrees.…
So now we can take a look through the final render…to see what we're getting.…Okay, so there's a couple things.…First thing is we need to disable the shed.…The next thing we want to do is,…we need to add a matte into our 3D render.…So let's grab our matte that we rendered out,…and add it into the mask channel.…
We need to change the alpha in this matte…to red,…
- Exporting cameras to Maya and Fusion
- Importing models
- Setting up scenes for compositing
- Setting your color space
- Using 3D in Fusion to add a change
- Connecting all of your shots
- Rendering final composites
Skill Level Advanced
VFX Techniques: Compositing an Explosion with Fusion 7with Lee Lanier2h 55m Intermediate
SynthEyes Essential Training (2015)with Brian Morse2h 34m Beginner
1. Exporting Your Cameras to Maya and Fusion
Exporting from SynthEyes6m 32s
2. Working in Maya
3. Compositing in Fusion
4. Using 3D in Fusion to Add a Change
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