3ds Max: Cinematography for Visualization

3ds Max: Cinematography for Visualization

3ds Max: Cinematography for Visualization is an Advanced level course on 3D + Animation, compiled by an expert, Aaron F. Ross. This course is an essential pillar for an individual who needs to sharpen his/her 3D + Animation skills. It provides you a strong understanding on 3D + Animation, Architecture, Animation, CAD, Photography, Video, Rendering, Visual Effects, 3ds Max, 3D + Animation, Architecture, Animation, CAD, Photography, Video, Rendering, Visual Effects and 3ds Max.

Free Download - 3ds Max: Cinematography for Visualization
Author Aaron F. Ross
Publish Date 1/13/2017
Skill Advanced
Duration 2h 24m
Topic 3D + Animation
Video Tutorials 34
Last Update N/A

3ds Max offers a full suite of powerful 3D camera features for design visualization, animation, and visual effects. This course covers core topics in camera rigging, animation, and special effects such as motion blur and depth of field. You’ll apply the principles of live-action cinematography using the tools of 3D computer animation. Along the way, you’ll learn best practices, both technical and aesthetic, in virtual cinematography. These techniques save time and effort by streamlining the camera animation process. The goal of this course is to help you more quickly and easily achieve professional results from the 3ds Max camera tools.

Topics include:

  • Improving productivity in the viewports
  • Customizing display and camera options
  • Rigging a camera for animation
  • Controlling and keyframing rotations
  • Prioritizing pan, tilt, and roll axis order
  • Keyframing camera movement such as pan and dolly
  • Keyframing compound camera movement
  • Animating a camera crane or jib arm
  • Animating a walk-through with Path Constraint
  • Projecting an isometric view
  • Defining motion blur parameters
  • Blurring by distance with depth of field

3ds Max: Cinematography for Visualization : Video Lessons

  • Welcome1m
  • Using the exercise files4m 34s
  • Hiding the ViewCube1m 43s
  • Saving a solid background template scene3m 31s
  • Restoring camera framing with Undo2m 20s
  • Setting Field of View2m 14s
  • Navigating in Walkthrough mode5m
  • Isolating surfaces with Viewport Clipping3m 50s
  • Analyzing a Camera frame with 2D Pan and Zoom3m 9s
  • Displaying Cameras larger in the view3m 20s
  • Manipulating Physical Target Distance3m 23s
  • Choosing Safe Frames options5m 9s
  • Offsetting the frame with Lens Shift3m 51s
  • Locking transforms in the Hierarchy panel1m 57s
  • Recognizing camera animation issues5m 43s
  • Rotation in the Gimbal coordinate system4m 1s
  • Choosing rotation order3m 2s
  • Rigging a camera for animation7m 4s
  • Keyframing a truck or tracking shot3m 41s
  • Keyframing pan rotation5m 46s
  • Keyframing a camera dolly4m 29s
  • Keyframing a zoom with Field of View4m 4s
  • Keyframing a track-pan3m 49s
  • Keyframing a pedestal-tilt3m 39s
  • Rigging and animating a crane shot8m 4s
  • Rigging for a Path walkthrough5m 14s
  • Animating a walkthrough on a path5m 53s
  • Keying rotations on a path4m 48s
  • Animating on an arc5m 51s
  • Rendering isometric views7m 37s
  • Defining physical sensor size3m 55s
  • Rendering motion blur5m 16s
  • Rendering bokeh with Depth of Field6m 21s
  • Next steps1m 2s

Recommended video tutorials from YouTube.

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  • http://www.lynda.com/3ds-Max-tutorials/3ds-Max-Cinematography-Visualization/505169-2.html?utm_medium=ldc-partner&utm_source=SSPRC&utm_content= ...

  • DateTime : 2017-01-17 20:29:57
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  • ARCHITECTURAL "CINEMAGRAPH" TUTORIAL - Add animation to your still visuals
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  • Source : Arqui9 Visualisation
  • Interrogation Room 3DS max Cinematography
  • My own 3DS cinematography project for college. CSN.

  • DateTime : 2017-05-15 10:32:25
  • Source : SB-PLAYS
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