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After effects?
Nuke?
Fusion?

Are there any tutorials for fusion with footage that are easy to follow along?
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That image is so over-shooped it's hilarious.
Why was it impossible for them to just photograph some people at their desks inside that room?
Why was it necessary to shoop it all together?
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>>647398
it's also raycis.
the asian lady is banned from the desks and is forced to stare at grass.
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>>647374
After effects.
Twenty years and still strong.
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Fusion if you are on a budget, Nuke otherwise. AE is layer-based, forget about it.
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>>647406
>grophig worg really mages u thing :DDD
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>>647374
Dude Fusion in Resolve 15 is slow as fuck, it's not ready yet.
Fusion 9 is dope though.
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>>647398
Some of the images they have on the site are just awfully overdone, I remember for a while on a page for one of their portable camera's they had a guy with a really tiny head with some sorta short mullet haircut or something with stubble on that was tonemapped really badly, it almost looked like something out of those old tim and eric promo photos.
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Nuke. Because its the Industry Standardâ„¢





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