|DFX Tutorials - Intro
DFX is based on eyeon Software's award-winning Digital
Fusion. This series of compositing and special effects
tutorials is designed to take the new-to-mid level user
through the process of creating and modifying Flows, ending
up with a fairly complicated special effects sequence.
DFX owners will note that the software came with all of
the footage required to do these tutorials. For those
of you who do not have a copy of DFX, go to www.eyeonline.com
and download the Digital Fusion evaluation. This version
of Digital Fusion can be used to complete the following
DFX tutorials. Most of the footage required for the tutorials
will be downloaded with the evaluation. Additional footage
can be located with your web browser. Type fusion.eyeonline.com,
user is 'anonymous' and the password is not required.
Working hands-on with the software, the tutorials gradually
introduce more advanced features of the software, building
confidence and familiarity. DFX was created to provide
different ways to achieve the same results, and users
are encouraged to explore them all. Feel free to experiment
with the tutorials, to use them as a starting point. eyeon's
technical support will be happy to help you ([email protected]).
Please note: Use drag and drop to drop clips and sequences
directly into the Flow work area from Windows Explorer.
Remember to use the Right Mouse Button to (RMB) access
further options. Enjoy!