City, Okla. - Digital-Tutors, provider of video-based training for
emerging digital artists in the film, television, and game industries,
has released Version 1.1 of its online leaning library and educational
platform. This new edition provides a compilation of upgrades, including an enhanced Video Player, My Content feature
updates, advanced Group Management tools, optimized browsing and
filtering results, as well as a variety of additional unique settings.
Along with the announcement of Version 1.1 is the release of Getting Started with Auto Rigs in Houdini, Introduction to Tracking in Fusion, Introduction to Tracking in Nuke, Compositing 3D Renders in Toxik, and New Rendering Features in modo 401.
These five new titles provide artists of all skill levels with 45 project-based lessons and nearly five hours of self-paced training for learning how to efficiently rig characters using Auto Rigs in Houdini, explore essential tracking techniques in Fusion, easily create keyframes from real-life footage with tracking tips in Nuke, bring in multiple 3D render passes and composite them on a photograph in Toxik, and discover several of the new rendering features now available in modo 401.