Video was created using Adobe After Effects and Adobe Illustrator.
Background created in After Effects. Feel free to use it however you wish. The background is 2:49 long.
If you are interested in any of my other projects, click the ‘free stuff’ link on top of the website, or check our my VideoHive.net portfolio.
If you would like to background in a different color, you can run it through After Effects, drop Hue/Saturation effect on it and rotate the ‘color wheel’. You can also change it with any video editing program that enables color correction.
Was assigned to create all the graphical assets for a new/remake webshow ‘Hot Off The Net: LA Edition’ for BiteSize Networks. The content of the show is focused on entertainment so everything has to be ‘fast’.
The Intro was created using first After Effects to create the background plate. That graphic was imported in to Cinema 4D where the logo was added, animated and the lighting was setup. The background was also created using the same steps. Lower thirds, side box, ticker and transitions were all made using Illustrator and After Effects.
The editing was done in Final Cut Pro and the plugin used for chromakey was DVMatte Pro.
I have had an issue with an animation in Cinema4D where the text would come in off the screen and land in front of a ‘wall’. The lights in the scene are all coming from objects behind the camera (using illumination on material).
The shadows appeared on the back wall before there was even any object in front of it. It appeared as if the shadows were burnt on it. Below is the screenshot of what the shadows looked like and the settings I had used.
After playing around with the settings to the point of almost giving up and taking a different route, I had changed the Global Illumination settings from GI Mode: IR + QMC (Camera Animation) to IR + QMC (Still Image). This made the rendering longer but the shadows appeared correctly in each frame.
Worked on a new video together with Dorian Douglass for Betts Recruiting.
This one is about what NOT to say in an interview!
Worked on a motion infographic about social media in my spare time. Used Adobe Illustrator and Adobe After Effects. To speed up the work, I have helped myself with ‘icons’ from The Noun Project.