Pre-Viz Movie Production using iClone & Kinect Mocap

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David Reynolds

Realm Pictures is about fusion, about combining two concepts to give birth to a new stronger one.

Their goal is to combine the resourcefulness of Independent Film with the impeccably high production values of Hollywood cinema. To combine the mystical tradition of British storytelling with the newest in digital and solid state technologies. In doing so they hope to choose a new path of strength, integrity and excellence.

In their production, they have chosen to use the iClone 3D Animation software for pre-visualization prior to the actual shooting of the film, along with character motion capture for their scenes.

Digital Video Company Animates Priceless Paintings for Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum with CrazyTalk

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I am Pedro Alvera from La Peonza Digital, a digital video company fitted in Madrid, Spain.

During one of our most recent projects, we’ve done 15 video-guides pieces for visitors of the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, which is one of the most visited fine-arts museum in Europe!

In our project, we used CrazyTalk Animator (CTA) for the whole process which included creating characters of the paintings to make them come alive. We also used animation templates with lip-syncing in both Spanish and English language.

Young Animator WINS the 2015 iClone Game Character Animation Contest

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Alvin Snerling

Hi my name is Alvin Snerling, and I live in St. Louis MO. I have been using iClone for about a year and a few months now. I also use MotionBuilder and sometimes Blender to make animations effects

I refer to myself more as a Machinima artist than an animator, and I am working on my next project which currently I don’t have a name for, but it is going to be a tribute to Monty Oum who inspired me. Just be on the lookout for it when it drops!

Popular YouTuber does Gaming, Comedy, Tutorials with Real-time Software

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Ron Gonzalez (Sparckman)

Hi, I’m Ron Gonzalez and I seem to be living two lives, in one life I’m a part-time college instructor – I teach graphic arts, web development and animation, I’m married, I have two kids, I pay my taxes and I help older ladies to cross the road.

And the other life – I am an indie game developer where I go by the Alias hacker Sparckman, underground-cyber bot super hero, with one objective and that is to free indie game developers from evil coding by using new generation tools to build quicker, faster, better apps, and games.

Music Record Company turned into Massive YouTube Sensation with CrazyTalk

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Pablo Escalona

Lunacreciente is a company dedicated to the production of audiovisual children’s content with more than 10 years in the music industry, and 5 years and 2 Million subscribers on YouTube!

They are a young company comprised of very talented people forged in the area of music, administration, production, editing and postproduction of, audio and video content determined to deliver the best possible programming to the general public.

Self-taught Computer Artist & Hobbyist discovers iClone

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Kevin Seidle (AnimateMyArt)

I got into art as a child, but I was not very good at any art in general. Until one day, when I discovered computer graphics and 3D animation – that changed everything for me.

I dabbled for some years and got better over time. Today, I love to create with any software I can get my hands on. I eventually discovered iClone and fell in love with it.  Learn why…

 

10 Things you need to Know about VR Content Creation – A Beginner’s Guide to Virtual Reality

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Jason J. Brown

Jason is a 3D artist who produces digital content such as animated graphics for television and video projections for musical theater companies. He also produces workshops for kids specializing in shooting, editing, and greenscreen.

Software used: Reallusion iClone 6.5 for Windows, Cyberlink PowerDirector for Windows, Fulldive VR player for Android, GoPro VR player for Windows

INTRODUCTION

After 100 years of cinema, we are transitioning from watching a film to being present inside one. Very exciting times indeed!  This cognitive leap from 2D to 360VR is so drastic that we must now start calling these new films “experiences” and we must also consider the viewer’s role early in the production process.

Creating immersive 360-degree videos requires a different sense of timing and spatial positioning.  This tutorial will focus only on the challenges of creating content for viewing with VR goggles, such as those based on the Google Cardboard standard. (Note: When this tutorial refers to the “viewer”, it means the person who is wearing the goggles and watching your content.)