The Mac Pro has long been Apple’s flagship pro computer; however, since the release of the 2013 trash can Mac Pro, Apple’s pro computer lineup has felt lackluster with iMac Pro and MacBook Pro often taking out the edge against Mac Pro. Apple’s releasing a new Modular Mac Pro this year to be likely announced at WWDC and while many Apple fans are excited, I think it’s going to be a bit disappointing. What should be an attempt to replicate Apple’s famous cheese grater Mac Pro in a smaller SFF form factor, I think Apple may go with a stacking modules approach like Mac mini. This isn’t a good system and it’s not what pros want. I show a killer mini-ITX Hackintosh build inside the Dr. Zaber Sentry 2.0 to demonstrate what could be done. Just give us an upgradable Mac Pro so we can stop building hackintosh machines!
Physics Tech Demo of “Next Car Game” by Bugbear, revisited in 2019 in 2560×1080. Hopefully the video isn’t going to stutter too much, video rendering and conversion did not went as smooth as I wish it would.
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That title isn’t hyperbole or clickbait nonsense. This really is better than your toaster. At least, I think so. Seriously, can we make this the norm, please? If we figured it out in 1948, you’d think we woulda kept going with it. I mean, really.
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How about the second channel video where we improve and fix these?
Want to read those patents that were on the screen? You’re in luck! They’re right here!
Here’s the patent for the toaster itself: bit.ly/2ILbV2H
And here’s the patent for the thermostat: bit.ly/2GuUu4N
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You’re looking Marvelous, darling! Get ready for the most awesome episode of Cheap Tricks yet. In this tutorial, Hashi from Action Movie Kid shows you how to create the energy effects from Captain Marvel.
You’ll learn about keying, compositing, VFX and color correction – and can go home with some amazing templates so you can get your superhuman on. Project files: bit.ly/CT-Marvelous
Reactor Films UK
Camberwell Film Studios
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
0:00 – Intro
0:30 – Fractals 101
1:45 – Fractal Noise
4:14 – Turbulent Displace
5:42 – Roughen Edges
6:10 – Practice Energy Effect
8:51 – Captain Marvel Full Body Look
9:31 – Primatte Keyer
11:19 – Building a Procedural Template
16:15 – R2-D2 Cameo
24:22 – Detailed Face Tracker
25:40 – QuickTip: Tilde Key
26:49 – Captain Marvel TEMPLATE – How it Works
(Experienced Users should just start here)
30:32 – Closeup Shot – Template Test
36:23 – Captain Marvel Shockwave with Trapcode Tao
41:49 – Shockwave Compositing
49:34 – Hand Closeup – An Overview
50:50 – Captain Marvel Photon Blast Shot
51:14 – Planet Battle Composite
55:05 – Photon Blast Template (Trapcode Particular)
58:53 – Final Thoughts and Thanks
Sound Equipment Provided by Rode
Select Music by Bensound.com
“Fantasy Sci-Fi Door 2” by CGWulf
Thank you…thank YOU. Thank you to our fans around the world.
Together we all dream big dreams. Dreaming big has led to an amazing sense of accomplishment for all of us here at Santa Monica Studio and it’s the belief in that dream that kept us going, from the very moment we set out to create a new beginning for God of War. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts for embracing the new God of War.
Atomic Heart came out of nowhere last year and jumped on a lot of people’s radars, thanks to its BioShock-on-acid weirdness (in a good way). Check out a huge new chunk of gameplay! Look up Mundfish on YouTube for more: www.youtube.com/channel/UCjAij4NWCod80d70enm3tRw