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Atomic Films Reveal
Knoll Light Factory adds some welcome pizzazz to the chrome-accented text, generated using the Zaxworks Invigorator tools. A sparkly ball of light draws your eyes to the text, while a more standard lens flare provides visual interest near the end.
In this Knoll Light Factory showcase, animated beams of light extend from a lighthouse at night, causing extensive lens flare when they hit the camera’s point of view. The addition of the Light Factory plug-in adds a convincing bright light source.
Lightning Room Shake
This shot uses Red Giant PlaneSpace to create the octagonal passage, and Knoll Light Factory Pro for the flash of light.
RGTV and The City
This title treatment, inspired by Sex in the City the Movie, uses a lot of our products. Trapcode Form generates the lights on the text, while Trapcode Particular makes the glints from the lights. Red Giant Warp creates the reflection, and Knoll Light Factory Pro creates the camera flashes.
Tonight ATG Reveal
Knoll Light Factory adds visual interest to this straightforward text animation. by adding sparkle to the background and the flare that outlines the “N” in the center of the title.
Video: Nature By Numbers
Nature by Numbers - by Cristóbal Vila
A SHORT MOVIE INSPIRED ON NUMBERS, GEOMETRY AND NATURE. Go to etereaestudios.com if you are looking for more information: the theory behind the movie (Fibonacci, Golden Ratio, Delaunay, Voronoi…), stills and screenshots showing the work in progress. There are lots of free training materials and 3D workshops, too ;-)
Trapcode Shine and Starglow were used to enhance the highlights, and Knoll Light Factory was used for Lens Flare generation. Some before and After images:
Tiny Inventions: Something Left, Something Taken
An animated dark comedy about a vacationing couple's encounter with a man they believe to be the Zodiac Killer. Based on a true story. Direction/Animation/Design/Writing: Max Porter & Ru Kuwahata - For an extensive making-of visit: tinyinventions.com/blog/?p=317
iPod/iPad friendly version on Vimeo.