CGI and modern editing group
Tutor group: Jacek Skrobisz
During the group’s work, we will learn about the entire process of a single project:
- Online layout with offline materials and color correction.
- Corrections in editing, applying customer annotations, color space.
- External plugins – BorisFX Mocha, Sapphire, Gizma, Nukepedia.
- Greenscreen – how to approach it.
- Tracking, tracking 3D
- Importing materials from external sources and embedding them in the shot.
- Again with that microphone?!!! Removing foreign elements from the frame.
- Why make it harder on yourself? How to make your work easier using a variety of tools at your disposal.
- Let’s add a logo in the corner or working with additional layers.
- Shots/layouts export.
Jacek Skrobisz – VFX Supervisor / Online artist.
Took part in creating thousands of commercials (not a slip of the tongue), dozens of feature films and series. Jacek Skrobisz – started playing around with effects for feature films while working on Juliusz Machulski’s Two Kilers 2 (Kilerów 2) back in 1999. Was part of the post-production team on such films as: Katyn, Wałęsa, Suicide Room, Venice, Yarden, My name is Sara and many others. One of his latest projects is a french documentary about Stanley Kubrick with several other projects still in-work. He has been working with computer film effects practically from the dawn of this industry in Poland. For several years have worked in companies such as Orka, Chimney or Platige. Now CEO POST.
I started with 3D Studio, Wavefront (3D animation) and a bit of Avid over 20 years ago. Then it was time for online Matador software, and the first versions of After Effect.
I’ve spent a long time working on Discreet Logic programs (Flame / Inferno / Fire / Smoke).
There was also Shake, i.e. a whole range of online programs.
I’ve been mainly working with Nuke Studio and Houdini for several years now.
I believe that the software is a tool – what counts is the ability to solve a full range of problems.