Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Using Aurora, part of Sapphire for Video Editors.
- [Instructor] In this movie, we're going to take a look…at S_Aurora, in order to add…some aurora borealis into our scene.…I don't know if that would show up in Toronto, Canada,…but if it did, I would definitely be there to shoot it.…I'm a big fan of chasing the northern lights.…We've made a couple of changes since the last movie,…we're here in the Chapter 7_4 sequence,…and I've actually added another layer,…duplicated the original layer here…on the bottom with the clouds,…and just placed it on top at a lower opacity…in order to blend in the moon…a little bit better to the scene,…and of course brought down the size of the moon overall.…
Now, to add the aurora borealis,…let's actually go to the New Item menu…and head over to adding another Adjustment Layer,…which will match the size of our sequence.…And I'll drag that adjustment layer to the V4 track,…press the backslash key, and then trim that layer…to be the length of the clips in my sequence.…Let's rename the adjustment layer here,…Aurora, just so that we can keep track…
- Getting started with Sapphire
- Essential parameters
- Working with presets
- Adding transitions
- Creating photo-realistic lens flares
- Adding backgrounds and textures
- Building custom effects
- Working with Mocha
Skill Level Intermediate
Premiere Pro Guru: LUTs and Look Fileswith Richard Harrington1h 30m Intermediate
After Effects Guru: Plugins You Should Knowwith Nick Harauz4h 46m Intermediate
1. Up and Running with Sapphire
2. Using Sapphire Transitions
3. It's All about the Lighting
4. Blur, Beauty, Stylize, and Distort
5. Backgrounds and Textures
6. Unleashing Sapphire
7. Nighttime Adventures and VFX
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