Udemy – Unreal Engine 4 for Filmmaking Beginners Edition

Unreal Engine 4 for Filmmaking Beginners Edition
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So today i will share with you my very first paid course that i call Learn Unreal Engine 4 for Film-making Beginners Edition. This course is for you guys out there who are wanting to try unreal engine for the very first time. In 1 hour and 40 minutes you will go from installing unreal engine 4 to exporting your very first animation in unreal engine 4. This course is a 0 to hero meaning you will go from knowing nothing inside unreal engine to being able to export a cg animated movie. Some of the topics we will cover will be the epic marketplace,importing animations,re-targeting animations,manipulating cg in blender and re-import it back to unreal,working with cameras,using the cinematic sequencer,working with hair groom assets,ray tracing,movie render queue i mean i can go on and on. I covered a lot of stuff in this short course. And best of all, we will not be using any blueprints whatsoever. Lastly, i tried my best to only use free assets so you guys can follow along but I did purchase an animation to use for this tutorial to spice things up and I bought hair as well but don’t worry i used free animations too. Like always, thank you all for the support and good luck with your unreal engine journey.

Introduction & Part 1:
1. Installing Unreal Engine 4.
2. Downloading Assets from the Marketplace
3. Creating a project
4. Loading downloaded assets to the project
5. Exporting FBX Files
6. Downloading Blender (free software)
7. Importing FBX in Blender then exporting back to Unreal Engine 4

Part 2:
1. Discussing the Skeleton System
2. Retargeting free Animations/fixing issues
3. Creating a cinematic sequencer
4. Loading animations in sequencer

Part 3:
1. Adding cameras
2. Working with cameras
3. Purchasing hair asset [Optional]
4. Enabling Groom Plugin
5. Importing Hair asset

Part 4:
1. Working with Groom Hair Asset
2. More camera settings (manual focus,guides)
3. Loading paid animation [Optional]
4. Binding weapon to characters
5. More camera cuts more camera shake

Part 5:
1. Movie render queue
2. Enabling Raytracing
3. Looking at final video in Resolve [Optional]
4. Quick comparison of non-ray traced export vs ray traced.
5. The end.

Who this course is for:
Beginner Unreal Engine 4 users
Unreal Engine 4 students
Animation students
CG animators
Virtual Production students
VFX students
Blender users

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