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Learning Lightwave
Learning Lightwave

A complete training on DVDRom Mac/PC to master Lightwave v.9 with Olivier Michon, the first certified NewTek Europe trainer. After a general presentation of this impressive application from NewTek, you will learn the Modeler : the interface, the views and the selection modes furthermore the subdivision surfaces, the basis of modelling tools with practical examples and modelling methods used by professionals. The tutorial then explains the Layout : after a handling, you will use different Editors (Scene, Graph, Surface, Node), create skeletons of animation for mechanical and organic objects and use different kind of lights and cameras with several practical examples to test yourself.

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Video extract : Rigging a mechanical object.

The extracts below are in low-definition, contrary to the DVD which disperses in full resolution (1024*768).



Content :

Program Philosophy – Modeler | Layout
The Hub – bridging the two programs
General workflow: The Content Directory

Introduction and general presentation
Interface and menu configuration
Adding a plug-in to the interface
Configuration of viewports and OpenGL options
Keyboard shortcuts
OpenGL viewport navigation
Point / Edge / Polygon selection
Objects and layers

Layer hierarchy, foreground and background layers, subdivision surfaces
Subpatch and Catmull-Clark
Edge Weighting
Modelling tools
Surfaces
Action centres
Deformation tools
Rounder
Multishift
Symmetry mode
Vmaps

Modelling methods
Making complex objects from primitives
Optimising polygon flow for Sub-Ds
Using demonstrated tools for a polygonal modelling example
Modelling a chair
Modelling a character
Using demonstrated tools for an organic modelling example
Weight maps, UV Texture maps, Morph maps, Vertex Color maps, Point Selection Sets

LAYOUT
Introduction and general presentation
Interface and menu configuration
Configuration of viewports and OpenGL options
Keyboard shortcuts

About Scenes
Cameras, Lights, Objects, Bones
How the grid works
About keyframing and using Auto Key
The Pivot Point
Hierarchies: parenting, targetting

Scene Editor
Overview of the scene and global parameter editing
The Dope Sheet

Graph Editor
Introduction and general presentation
Interface and menu configuration
About envelopes and channels
Spline manipulation
About expressions

Rigging
Rigging a mechanical object
Forward Kinematics (FK) and Inverse Kinematics (IK)
Using expressions
Using Targets

Rigging an organic object
Using Skelegons
Using Skelegons part 2
Weight maps for Skelegons
Converting Skelegons to Bones
Forward Kinematics (FK)
Inverse Kinematics (IK)
Inverse Kinematics (IK)
Controlling Goal objects


Surface Editor
“Classic” Surface Editor overview
OpenGL display and VIPER
Layers in the Texture Editor
Presets
Saving options

Practical: Defining a different surface for either side of a polygon
Introduction to the Node Editor
Interface Presentation
Exemple
Regarding Shaders and Materials
Animation of a gradient

Displacement maps on subpatch objects
Using the Node Editor to deform geometry
Subdivision order
APS – Adaptive Pixel Subdivision

Standard lighting
The different light types

Radiosity
Introduction
Backdrop only
Monte Carlo et Final Gather

Cameras
The different camera types
Perspective v. Classic cameras
The “Use Global” button

Antialiasing
How adaptive sampling works

Conclusion

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• Compatible Win 2000-XP-Vista or MAC OS X
• Resolution : 1024x768
• Processor : 1,2 GHZ minimum
• DVD-ROM drive required
• Sound card required

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Learning Panoramic Panorama with Autopano Pro
Learning Panoramic Panorama with Autopano Pro

A COMPLETE TRAINING IN 5 HOURS !

Master all aspects of stitched panoramas! Arnaud Frich will show you the basics, and then techniques to create professional-quality panoramas using Autopano Pro. This training also applies to all professional stitching applications.

THE TRAINER, ARNAUd FRICH

Arnaud Frich is a professional photographer and trainer specialising in panoramic photography in all its forms. He has written several French and English books about this subject. His website at www.arnaudfrichphoto.com is also a mine of his experience.

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Video extract :

The extracts below are in low-definition, contrary to the DVD which disperses in full resolution (1024*768).



Content :

Elephorm trainer


Author’s introduction

Definitions

Introduction to panoramic photography

What is a panoramic photograph? • What is a stitched panorama?• Principles of stitched panoramas

Understanding projection types

The types of geometric projections •Geometric projections by stitching •Projections when tilting the camerawhat makes a good panorama?A closer look at overlapping areas

• Definition of the « entrance pupil » • Overlap HanDling yourpHotograpHic equipment Panoramic heads Locating the entrance pupil • Camera settings • Can you use a standard tripod head? • Two types of panoramic heads • The parts of a panoramic head• How to proceed if you don’t have a panoramic head? • Transporting camera
equipment
• Setting up your tripod In the field...

Panoramic head settingsFraming • Measuring exposure time • Final tips • White balance • Taking the pictures •using tHe program
Preparing elements

Stitch quality. What about optical faults? • RAW v JPG • Preparation of JPG images
Corrections before stitching
Chromatic aberration correction • Vignetting correction • Distortion correction • White balance and luminosity correction
• Importation, organisation
and saving photos
a stitcHing program:
autopano pro

Program overview

Stitching programs on the market today • Program preferences • Autopano Pro’s interface • Help in Autopano Pro


First steps with Autopano Pro Opening and analysing a folder • Detection parameters • Detection and strong distortion • Editing a panorama

Aesthetic choices with panoramas

What type of geometric projection is desired?

• Planar projection • Cylinder and spherical projections

Autopano Pro’s tools
The control point editor • Reframing your panorama• Defining the center point of your panoramas • The horizon line

Geometric and tonal correction

Luminosity correction • Colour correction • Image rotation • The zoom tool• Correction of roll • The history tool

Panorama rendering

Rendering: output settings • Rendering: batch rendering and memory use • Night photos and blending modes

Recipes for improving your panoramas

Dealing with dynamic contrast

Retouching and finalising

Retouching images in Photoshop • Final retouching of a stitched panorama • Finishing an image for a specific use

Going further

An introduction to virtual tours • Some principles for creating virtual tours • Conclusion•

Language : English, translation Ben Vost
• Editor : Kolor
MINIMUM CONFIGURATION MAC/PC
• Compatible Win 2000/XP/Vista or MAC OS X
• Resolution : 1024x768
• Processor : 1,2 GHZ minimum
• DVD-ROM drive required
• Sound card required

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