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Darwin22
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Beginner Question

Post by Darwin22 » Fri Mar 15, 2019 12:29

Hello! I want to learn professionally draw vj loops and also work as live vj. Where do I begin? What programs should I work with and which ones should I study?(except Resolume arena, Cinema4d, AE)
Maybe I should take any training courses?

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Arvol
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Re: Beginner Question

Post by Arvol » Fri Mar 15, 2019 15:58

If you're in the states, most (free) library cards get you access to all of Lynda.com training videos.
You might look into that.

I would start with AE and once you get 2D compositing down, then move over into a 3D software like C4D.
For 2D generative visuals GLSL would be a great path to go down.

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Re: Beginner Question

Post by Darwin22 » Sat Mar 16, 2019 09:32

Arvol wrote:
Fri Mar 15, 2019 15:58
If you're in the states, most (free) library cards get you access to all of Lynda.com training videos.
You might look into that.

I would start with AE and once you get 2D compositing down, then move over into a 3D software like C4D.
For 2D generative visuals GLSL would be a great path to go down.
Ok, im understand. Thank you, Arvol ;)

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Re: Beginner Question

Post by Grimm90 » Fri Mar 29, 2019 10:56

Arvol wrote:
Fri Mar 15, 2019 15:58
If you're in the states, most (free) library cards get you access to all of Lynda.com training videos.
That's so cool , why don't they do that here

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