Unity Cinemachine for Films and Games
Take your game and film projects to the the next level by using Unity’s Cinemachine to create dynamic, professional-grade cutscenes.
- 1.7 Hours of Video
- Certificate of Completion
- Source Code
- Closed Captions
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- 1.7 hours of video
- Certificate of completion
- Source code and PDF notes
- Closed captions
Add a new dimension to your game that is sure to impress by learning how to create cinematic cutscenes. Engage your audience and players by embedding a sense of cinematography, and taking advantage of Unity’s powerful Cinemachine and its intricate camera tools. Whether creating immersive game cutscenes, or sleek, polished productions similar to those made by renowned film maker Neil Blomkrampt (director of the critically acclaimed District 9 and Elysium), Cinemachine is sure to bring your imagination to life.
You will master all you need to know to build a simple composition, including how to:
- Build a basic terrain
- Simulate the track that the camera will follow
- Create a camera that ensures captures multiple points of interest
- Work with multiple cameras
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Frameworks and tools covered: Unity 2018.3, Cinemachine 2.2.8
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- Basic familiarity with Unity and its animation system.