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How could I teach myself Video Effects and things?

Question by Jordan Kinder: How could I teach myself Video Effects and things?
I’m creating a documentary and would love to have video animation. How could I teach myself this? Any products available for beginners?

Best answer:

Answer by Merry muthaf**kin chrismas And have a f**ked up ny
good Question
plz tell me if you get a good answer am 1 2 and trying to do the same thing

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Nice Video Animation photos

Some cool video animation images:

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Image by burtonwood + holmes
Translations is a collaborative work by Tom Burtonwood and Jacob C. Hammes. It has been selected for the inaugural Art Loop Open an art competition in Chicago. Translations is exhibited in the lobby of the Hard Rock Hotel located at 230 N. Michigan. Members of the public are invited to view the piece from October 15th – 29th and vote on it. Translations was first presented at Three Walls as part of their “Chasing Two Rabbits” program in Winter 2010.

Art Loop Open: www.artloopopen.com/artists/tom-burtonwood-jacob-c-hammes
Translations on Vimeo: vimeo.com/10750465

About the video:

Contained within our unique animal identity is a strong desire to witness and experience symmetry, a desire informed by an overwhelming lack of its immediate presence in our waking lives. Symmetry and uniformity are present in the video collaboration between Burtonwood and Hammes, abstracted in terms of geometry and pure tones. Folding cubes and squares are accompanied by modulated, warbling sine waves and occasional bursts of distorted guttural voices, suggesting a human presence in a world of pure geometric and sonic abstraction.

Tom Burtonwood is an artist originally from the UK living and working in Oak Park, IL. He is interested in an array of subjects and issues relating to image making, ubiquitous technology and interactive objects. Currently he is working on a series of modular color studies relating to the video game Tetris. Recent exhibitions include The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago; Three Walls, Chicago; Fountain, Brooklyn; Apex Art, New York. Burtonwood teaches at Columbia College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacob C Hammes is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist whose range of projects investigate the strained relationships and sites of interaction between humans and the natural world. Hammes is primarily interested in emphasizing the disconnection between the desire to emulate nature and our ability to understand it. Primarily using sculpture, digital media, and hypnosis, Hammes attempts to reveal the struggle to connect with our own animal identity.
Hammes has exhibited and performed extensively throughout the midwest and internationally. Hammes’ work and various projects have been reviewed in publications such as Art Papers, Proximity Magazine, and the Leonardo Music journal.

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video animation

Image by burtonwood + holmes
Translations is a collaborative work by Tom Burtonwood and Jacob C. Hammes. It has been selected for the inaugural Art Loop Open an art competition in Chicago. Translations is exhibited in the lobby of the Hard Rock Hotel located at 230 N. Michigan. Members of the public are invited to view the piece from October 15th – 29th and vote on it. Translations was first presented at Three Walls as part of their “Chasing Two Rabbits” program in Winter 2010.

Art Loop Open: www.artloopopen.com/artists/tom-burtonwood-jacob-c-hammes
Translations on Vimeo: vimeo.com/10750465

About the video:

Contained within our unique animal identity is a strong desire to witness and experience symmetry, a desire informed by an overwhelming lack of its immediate presence in our waking lives. Symmetry and uniformity are present in the video collaboration between Burtonwood and Hammes, abstracted in terms of geometry and pure tones. Folding cubes and squares are accompanied by modulated, warbling sine waves and occasional bursts of distorted guttural voices, suggesting a human presence in a world of pure geometric and sonic abstraction.

Tom Burtonwood is an artist originally from the UK living and working in Oak Park, IL. He is interested in an array of subjects and issues relating to image making, ubiquitous technology and interactive objects. Currently he is working on a series of modular color studies relating to the video game Tetris. Recent exhibitions include The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago; Three Walls, Chicago; Fountain, Brooklyn; Apex Art, New York. Burtonwood teaches at Columbia College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacob C Hammes is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist whose range of projects investigate the strained relationships and sites of interaction between humans and the natural world. Hammes is primarily interested in emphasizing the disconnection between the desire to emulate nature and our ability to understand it. Primarily using sculpture, digital media, and hypnosis, Hammes attempts to reveal the struggle to connect with our own animal identity.
Hammes has exhibited and performed extensively throughout the midwest and internationally. Hammes’ work and various projects have been reviewed in publications such as Art Papers, Proximity Magazine, and the Leonardo Music journal.

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video animation

Image by burtonwood + holmes
Translations is a collaborative work by Tom Burtonwood and Jacob C. Hammes. It has been selected for the inaugural Art Loop Open an art competition in Chicago. Translations is exhibited in the lobby of the Hard Rock Hotel located at 230 N. Michigan. Members of the public are invited to view the piece from October 15th – 29th and vote on it. Translations was first presented at Three Walls as part of their “Chasing Two Rabbits” program in Winter 2010.

Art Loop Open: www.artloopopen.com/artists/tom-burtonwood-jacob-c-hammes
Translations on Vimeo: vimeo.com/10750465

About the video:

Contained within our unique animal identity is a strong desire to witness and experience symmetry, a desire informed by an overwhelming lack of its immediate presence in our waking lives. Symmetry and uniformity are present in the video collaboration between Burtonwood and Hammes, abstracted in terms of geometry and pure tones. Folding cubes and squares are accompanied by modulated, warbling sine waves and occasional bursts of distorted guttural voices, suggesting a human presence in a world of pure geometric and sonic abstraction.

Tom Burtonwood is an artist originally from the UK living and working in Oak Park, IL. He is interested in an array of subjects and issues relating to image making, ubiquitous technology and interactive objects. Currently he is working on a series of modular color studies relating to the video game Tetris. Recent exhibitions include The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago; Three Walls, Chicago; Fountain, Brooklyn; Apex Art, New York. Burtonwood teaches at Columbia College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacob C Hammes is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist whose range of projects investigate the strained relationships and sites of interaction between humans and the natural world. Hammes is primarily interested in emphasizing the disconnection between the desire to emulate nature and our ability to understand it. Primarily using sculpture, digital media, and hypnosis, Hammes attempts to reveal the struggle to connect with our own animal identity.
Hammes has exhibited and performed extensively throughout the midwest and internationally. Hammes’ work and various projects have been reviewed in publications such as Art Papers, Proximity Magazine, and the Leonardo Music journal.

What is a good program for Animation videos?

Question by Cheertater: What is a good program for Animation videos?
My class will be doing a video animation of a story and we need a program to make it with. Does anybody know a free program to make animation videos? I already know about the one with the Japanese anime figures and I don’t want anything like that. Maybe something where you can download your own pictures and make it yourself. But it has to be free and has to be something that can last for over at least 10 minutes at the most. It has to be FREE!!! haha thank you!

Best answer:

Answer by brisray
All of these are good – http://www.allwebdesignresources.com/webdesignblogs/graphics/flash-alternatives-ultimate-list-of-flash-like-animation-software/

Also try Pencil – http://www.pencil-animation.org/

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CalArts Grad Wins Student Academy Award For Animation ( w / Video )

Dream Kitchen (A short stop-motion experiment)
video animation

Image by premedito
I wanted to share with you this non-commercial project made with some friends.

Sorry for the dirty tablecloth :D

Animation: Diego Simone
Photography: Calogero Rotolo
Editing and direction: Salvatore Rotolo (me)
Production: Angelo Mulone

Music: "This is what you are" by Mario Biondi
(you can buy it here)

And as the sitting man: Diego Simone

Better in HD and with sound.

CalArts Grad Wins Student Academy Award For Animation ( w / Video )
Eusong Lee graduated from the California Institute of the Arts in 2013 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Film. He is one of 13 students from nine U.S. colleges and universities – and three students from foreign universities – to win a Student …
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Going viral : 'Dumb ways to die' animation video
An ad campaign launched in Australia about rail safety is getting viral buzz ahead of the Cannes Lions International Film Festival. The short animation features a range of colourful blobs killing themselves in the silliest and most pointless ways. The …
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'Pokemon X' and 'Pokemon Y' 3D animation system details revealed

'Pokemon X' and 'Pokemon Y' 3D animation system details revealed
View slideshow: 'Pokemon X' and 'Pokemon Y' 3D animation system details revealed. “Pokemon X” and “Pokemon Y” is expected to have hundreds of monsters to capture and train, a portion of which will be new to the long running series. The two video …
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Port Angeles bulldozer rampage: now an animated YouTube video
Port Angeles bulldozer rampage: now an animated YouTube video. The rampaging Port Angeles bulldozing suspect has another claim to fame: He came to the attention of the Taiwanese animation company that makes viral videos that re-enact news stories.
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Rip Media Announces Breakthrough in Video Production and Animation with
Rip Media Group, a leader in corporate whiteboard animation, motion graphic animation, explainer videos and demo videos, is pushing Final Cut Pro to its limits to deliver state-of-the-art media to its highly regarded clients. Rip Media Group produces …
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Cool Video Animation images

Check out these video animation images:

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Image by burtonwood + holmes
Translations is a collaborative work by Tom Burtonwood and Jacob C. Hammes. It has been selected for the inaugural Art Loop Open an art competition in Chicago. Translations is exhibited in the lobby of the Hard Rock Hotel located at 230 N. Michigan. Members of the public are invited to view the piece from October 15th – 29th and vote on it. Translations was first presented at Three Walls as part of their “Chasing Two Rabbits” program in Winter 2010.

Art Loop Open: www.artloopopen.com/artists/tom-burtonwood-jacob-c-hammes
Translations on Vimeo: vimeo.com/10750465

About the video:

Contained within our unique animal identity is a strong desire to witness and experience symmetry, a desire informed by an overwhelming lack of its immediate presence in our waking lives. Symmetry and uniformity are present in the video collaboration between Burtonwood and Hammes, abstracted in terms of geometry and pure tones. Folding cubes and squares are accompanied by modulated, warbling sine waves and occasional bursts of distorted guttural voices, suggesting a human presence in a world of pure geometric and sonic abstraction.

Tom Burtonwood is an artist originally from the UK living and working in Oak Park, IL. He is interested in an array of subjects and issues relating to image making, ubiquitous technology and interactive objects. Currently he is working on a series of modular color studies relating to the video game Tetris. Recent exhibitions include The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago; Three Walls, Chicago; Fountain, Brooklyn; Apex Art, New York. Burtonwood teaches at Columbia College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacob C Hammes is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist whose range of projects investigate the strained relationships and sites of interaction between humans and the natural world. Hammes is primarily interested in emphasizing the disconnection between the desire to emulate nature and our ability to understand it. Primarily using sculpture, digital media, and hypnosis, Hammes attempts to reveal the struggle to connect with our own animal identity.
Hammes has exhibited and performed extensively throughout the midwest and internationally. Hammes’ work and various projects have been reviewed in publications such as Art Papers, Proximity Magazine, and the Leonardo Music journal.

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video animation

Image by burtonwood + holmes
Translations is a collaborative work by Tom Burtonwood and Jacob C. Hammes. It has been selected for the inaugural Art Loop Open an art competition in Chicago. Translations is exhibited in the lobby of the Hard Rock Hotel located at 230 N. Michigan. Members of the public are invited to view the piece from October 15th – 29th and vote on it. Translations was first presented at Three Walls as part of their “Chasing Two Rabbits” program in Winter 2010.

Art Loop Open: www.artloopopen.com/artists/tom-burtonwood-jacob-c-hammes
Translations on Vimeo: vimeo.com/10750465

About the video:

Contained within our unique animal identity is a strong desire to witness and experience symmetry, a desire informed by an overwhelming lack of its immediate presence in our waking lives. Symmetry and uniformity are present in the video collaboration between Burtonwood and Hammes, abstracted in terms of geometry and pure tones. Folding cubes and squares are accompanied by modulated, warbling sine waves and occasional bursts of distorted guttural voices, suggesting a human presence in a world of pure geometric and sonic abstraction.

Tom Burtonwood is an artist originally from the UK living and working in Oak Park, IL. He is interested in an array of subjects and issues relating to image making, ubiquitous technology and interactive objects. Currently he is working on a series of modular color studies relating to the video game Tetris. Recent exhibitions include The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago; Three Walls, Chicago; Fountain, Brooklyn; Apex Art, New York. Burtonwood teaches at Columbia College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacob C Hammes is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist whose range of projects investigate the strained relationships and sites of interaction between humans and the natural world. Hammes is primarily interested in emphasizing the disconnection between the desire to emulate nature and our ability to understand it. Primarily using sculpture, digital media, and hypnosis, Hammes attempts to reveal the struggle to connect with our own animal identity.
Hammes has exhibited and performed extensively throughout the midwest and internationally. Hammes’ work and various projects have been reviewed in publications such as Art Papers, Proximity Magazine, and the Leonardo Music journal.

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video animation

Image by burtonwood + holmes
Translations is a collaborative work by Tom Burtonwood and Jacob C. Hammes. It has been selected for the inaugural Art Loop Open an art competition in Chicago. Translations is exhibited in the lobby of the Hard Rock Hotel located at 230 N. Michigan. Members of the public are invited to view the piece from October 15th – 29th and vote on it. Translations was first presented at Three Walls as part of their “Chasing Two Rabbits” program in Winter 2010.

Art Loop Open: www.artloopopen.com/artists/tom-burtonwood-jacob-c-hammes
Translations on Vimeo: vimeo.com/10750465

About the video:

Contained within our unique animal identity is a strong desire to witness and experience symmetry, a desire informed by an overwhelming lack of its immediate presence in our waking lives. Symmetry and uniformity are present in the video collaboration between Burtonwood and Hammes, abstracted in terms of geometry and pure tones. Folding cubes and squares are accompanied by modulated, warbling sine waves and occasional bursts of distorted guttural voices, suggesting a human presence in a world of pure geometric and sonic abstraction.

Tom Burtonwood is an artist originally from the UK living and working in Oak Park, IL. He is interested in an array of subjects and issues relating to image making, ubiquitous technology and interactive objects. Currently he is working on a series of modular color studies relating to the video game Tetris. Recent exhibitions include The Center for Book and Paper Arts, Columbia College, Chicago; Three Walls, Chicago; Fountain, Brooklyn; Apex Art, New York. Burtonwood teaches at Columbia College and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

Jacob C Hammes is a Chicago based interdisciplinary artist whose range of projects investigate the strained relationships and sites of interaction between humans and the natural world. Hammes is primarily interested in emphasizing the disconnection between the desire to emulate nature and our ability to understand it. Primarily using sculpture, digital media, and hypnosis, Hammes attempts to reveal the struggle to connect with our own animal identity.
Hammes has exhibited and performed extensively throughout the midwest and internationally. Hammes’ work and various projects have been reviewed in publications such as Art Papers, Proximity Magazine, and the Leonardo Music journal.

Is it possible to build a PC for both Animation/Video editing and Gaming?

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Question by Derverd: Is it possible to build a PC for both Animation/Video editing and Gaming?
I’m planning (If everything goes well) to start building my own PC by the end of this month. I expect it to be a drawn out process (I’m not rich here and my PC knowledge is nil) so it’ll be a while before I’m done but

The thing I’m curious about is I want a PC that can do Gaming and Animation/Video. Animation and Video making is something I’ve been wanting to try out for a LONG time now but hell this computer I got now won’t even run Slenderman or Minecraft or even the most Basic editing software. I know that people usually say “Are you building your PC for Imaging/Video making or Gaming” and this has always stumped me and led me to believe it had to be one or the other. But can you build one that’ll do both?

I’m not a Huge gamer and I rarely game and I don’t require the best Graphics or High Def so high it burns your eyes from looking at it. So most of what I will be getting are things like Minecraft, Sims, GTA SA, and N64 Emulator. But it would be nice if the PC would run higher level games (Such as Assassins Creed or Battle Field) in the rare occasions I do want to play them.

So could somebody just explain some basics about this?

Best answer:

Answer by Caine
Yes of course, you want a fairly good video card, probably at least 2tb of harddrive space, at least 2 monitors, best reselution you can afford, and make sure you would be using HDMI, detail is very important for any type of editing ( mainly for the editing). Sence your doing video editing a nice sound card wouldn’t hurt because I’m sure with video editing you will have some sound editing also. Make sure to have at least a dual core processor, brand doesn’t exactly matter. Also gobs of ram, like at a minimum of 16gb. Hope I helped :)

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How do you say OVA (original video animation)?

Question by Oneironaut: How do you say OVA (original video animation)?
The japanese Original Video Animation. Do you say it like a word(oh-va) or say the individual letters?

Best answer:

Answer by Shanaya
i think it’s individual, that’s how i say it, anyways.

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