August 16, 2010


The company has also released 950 project-based videos and more than 130 hours of interactive content for 3DS Max, After Effects, Cinema 4D, Composite, Illustrator, MatchMover, Maya, Mudbox, Nuke, Photoshop and Softimage, as well as all-new Visual Guide content. All 41 new courses were created by Digital-Tutors in-house development team.

3DS Max artists can learn “Creating Walk Cycles,” “Introduction to Rendering,” and “Introduction to Camera Animation.” After Effects artists can check out “Depth-Based Compositing.” New Cinema 4D tutorial include “Introduction to Rendering,” “Using the Sound Effector,” and “Scene Build-Up.”

For those interested in learning Composite, there are new tutorials titled “’Infiltrator’ Production Pipeline Volume 7: Compositing” and “Depth-Based Compositing in Composite 2011.”

Illustrator tutorials include “10 Things Every Designer Should Know” and “Introduction to Illustrator CS5.”

New MatchMover tutorials include "’Infiltrator’ Production Pipeline Volume 4: Match Moving.” And there are more than a dozen new titles focusing on Maya and Mudbox.

Those who sign up for the subscription plan have access to over 12,000 videos, including all project files and learning features.