Autodesk Combustion 4 Fundamentals Courseware
Whether this is your first experience with Combustion software or you're upgrading to take advantage of the many new features and tools, this guide will serve as your ultimate resource to this all-in-one professional compositing application. Much more than a point-and-click manual, this guide explains the principles behind the software, serving as an overview of the package and associated techniques. Written by certified Autodesk training specialists for motion graphic designers, animators, and visual effects artists, Combustion 4 Fundamentals Courseware provides expert advice for all skill levels.
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Transforming and Controlling Layers
Changing Layer Surface Properties
Part V Using Channels Mattes and Masks
Using Null Objects Lights and the Camera
Tracking and Stabilizing
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alpha channel B-Spline Bezier button camera channel Check the Combustion Choose File Choose Window click OK ENTER clip SPACEBAR close the workspace Close Workspace CTRL+W close your workspace Color Correction Combustion preferences completing this lesson composite branch Composite Controls panel control point CONTROL-click Controls panel F8 CTRL-click display double-click draw mode emitter ﬁelds ﬁle ﬁlename and directory ﬁrst frame HOME Fit in Window folder and preview Footage operator Go to frame gradient hot keys image sequence Keyer keyframe Macintosh Motion Blur need help completing NTSC null object open the Save operator node Optional Paint operator particle pixels Play the clip Position preview the result rectangle right viewport right-click Save the workspace Save Workspace CTRL+S Save Workspace dialog Schematic view segment Select the single-viewport Set a ﬁlename Setting the Preferences single-viewport layout Speed channel stabilize point text object timecode tool Toolbar F2 Tracker Transfer Mode Wipe transition Workspace panel F3 zoom