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SplineGod
08-16-2003, 11:47 PM
Understanding Digital Fusion / DFX+ is a brand new class, coming to Los Angeles on Monday, August 25th. The special limited seating nighttime class will be held from 7pm to 10pm at DV Warehouse, one of Los Angeles's leading dealers and training centers and will be taught by Lee Stranahan, with special appearances from eyeon USA's Director Of Business Development Rony Soussan, as well as visits from top visual effects artists who use Fusion on films and TV shows. The cost is only $50, and includes promotional materials and a custom CD.

Compositing saves you time, money, and adds flexibility to your work. Whether you do logos or visual effects...whether you are an independent film maker, working professional, or a videographer who wants to spice up their productions...a top notch compositing program will make your work better.

Eyeon software makes Digital Fusion, one of the top compositing programs in Hollywood, as well as the kid brother to Fusion, DFX+. Both programs have been used on TV shows, films, ride films, games, and much more. Users love their combination of power and flexibility.

Currently, NewTek has an incredible bundle price that allows users to get LightWave[8] users to get DFX+ for free. See NewTek.com for more details on this truly amazing offer.

In three information packed hours, you will save yourself days of time getting up to speed and learning some of the hidden tricks and power behind these compositing workhorses.

In this class you will learn..
Basic workflow and understanding compositing
Keying and matte creation tools
How to use tools like Motion Tracking
Animation
Working with 3D programs such as LightWave 3D
Tricks with the text tool
Power with scripting
And more!

Attendees will also receive a CD packed with hours of training and information on using Digital Fusion and DFX+, as well as other tools that work with Digital Fusion / DFX+.

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