Well, the day has finally come. Captain Pakaday and her Ahoyager crew have launched their mission. It’s continuing objective… to, I don’t know, do space stuff or something. Check out this first episode and share if you like it!
Have you ever wanted to adjust your audio so it sounds like it’s coming from a television or intercom? How about muffing the audio so it appears to be coming from another room? With a highpass and lowpass filter, you can easily make these changes to create a simple yet convincing effect.
Following a similar trend with Mr. Binek’s Class and Bubba, Ahoyager is going to see a revival on May 7th, 2013. Like those two series, Ahoyager is a new take on the concept and doesn’t relate in anyway to its previous iterations I am very excited to launch this new series as I feel it resembles [...]
In Adobe Premiere, you have the ability to add video effects and filters to your productions. This can be great for color correction, blurring, sharpening, chroma keying and more. This tutorial will show you how it’s done.
With Flash CS6, and a small Adobe extension, you have the ability to convert Flash files to HTML5 for greater stability and reach. This lesson takes you through how to download the extension, set it up and export a file. HTML5 Extension: http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/flash-to-html5.html
This week, I continue to upload new tutorials on Premiere, this time focusing in on some simple effects you can do to alter the look of your clips. This involves sizing, positioning, changing the opacity and speeding up or slowing down the clip. Check it out if you’re interested!
This week I have decided to start branching into a new area with my video tutorial releases. I believe it’s important to teach the inner workings of Premiere, mainly because of how close it relates to the whole animation process. While their are other videos editors out there, Premiere is the one I primarily use [...]
This month I will be hosting four free webinars on Flash and animation. These webinars are done through eProf, so two way communication via webcam, microphone and text is possible. To sign up for any of these classes, simply click on a desired link on the right or go to my tutoring website. Here is the [...]
If you are using the same points, you have the ability to interpolate, or automatically animate between two different sub-layers within a Switch Layer. It’s a simple matter of checking a box and duplicating a layer. This tutorial shows you the steps. <iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”http://www.youtube.com/embed/-H6ZqeIeizE” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>
With the bone tools in Anime Studio, we can apply attributes that cause the bones to react to different movements. This can be useful for springy objects, hair, feathers and so on. With this option we can also adjust the Torque, Spring and Damping values to further fine tune the effect.
This month you will have the chance to attend three webinars for free. These webinars include returning favorites: Adobe Flash VS Anime Studio, ActionScript 3.0 Basics and Polishing Up Your Flash Cartoons. Each of these classes start at 11 AM MST on March 7th, 21st and 28th. More details can be found in the video [...]
I have teamed up with Jim Mills and Smith Micro to create a new promo showcasing the best of Anime Studio. We need talented Anime Studio artists to submit two to three, five to ten second video clips of their best work. This promo will be going on the Smith Micro channel, which receives quite [...]