Join Brian Morse for an in-depth discussion in this video Final composite, part of 3D Tracking and Fusion Compositing.
- [Instructor] Okay so let's look at…all three scenes together…to check for consistency.…And camera two up there.…And let's bring in camera three.…So I like the way that camera three is looking,…but camera two,…I'd like to darken this up a little bit.…Let's look at camera four.…
And camera four the same thing,…it'd be nice to darken that up a little bit.…So, with camera two and four in the viewers,…let's go up to our light,…and we can make some adjustments on both at the same time.…Yeah, so something like that, that looks really good.…
And let's just check camera three to make sure…any changes to that don't look bad.…Okay, so that looks really good.…Another thing that's sort of bothering me…is the reflections in the window.…Be nice to give those a little bit of a blur.…So I'm gunna put up camera two.…And under the reflection, let's add a blur.…
Actually, just a blur of one is probably enough.…So let's copy that blur,…and add it to the reflection of the other two shots.…And then just check those shots.…Kay, that's looking good.…
- 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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