It may be true that After Effects is the more popular software for creating eye candies and blending CGI and reality. But it's also true that different studios use other softwares for creating their works. This time we will take a look at node based software called Eyeon Fusion. In this first tutorial I'll present Fusion's workflow and some of its basic tools. You will learn how to import footage, connect nodes, set up their parameters and create some simple animations.
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