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  02 February 2004
DF Training DVD - half price

Hi guys,

I'm not sure if you've seen that CMI Studios is offering their training material for half off - only $27. I just ordered it and will let you guys know how it is. It's a whole lot cheaper than another "professional" online course that I signed up for.

http://www.cmistudios.com/product_fusion.htm
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  03 March 2004
What is it like mate?
 
  03 March 2004
There are eight chapters and the total run time is 1hr30min. Chris doesn't fool around and gets into it fairly quickly. I haven't viewed all of it yet - but as a beginner to compositing - I'm having to watch some chapters twice for it to sink in - which is a good thing. He covers a lot of ground very quickly.
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  03 March 2004
Better than the free courseware 2 thats out?
[I personally think that stuff is AWESOME !]
 
  03 March 2004
Interesting...

Would this suit DFX+ users or strictly Fusion?

Do the tutorials go beyond the Courseware series offered by Eyeon?
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  03 March 2004
HI

I bought this dvd and I must say its good if youy are new to compositing and i have to watch this over and over as it moves fast. I also have to say that Chris posted the DVD very promptly.
I am in Australia so that was good service from them.

Thanks
Anesthan
 
  03 March 2004
Quote: Originally posted by Signal to Noise
Interesting...

Would this suit DFX+ users or strictly Fusion?

Do the tutorials go beyond the Courseware series offered by Eyeon?


I'm a DFX+ user myself (Modules 1 & 4 - yes, from the LW upgrade deal) - but I have the Fusion demo for learning purposes. I may have to upgrade to get all the modules one day, maybe.

Eyeon coursewares 1 & 2 are very good - so much material to go through. Chris shows you his way of approaching flows, some cool texturing of some logos, some production tricks - all in all, a lot of stuff that supplements Eyeon's courseware nicely.
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