Blender Renaissance writes:
10 Transition nodes for blender: (with free demo)
- 10 Transition nodes
- No GPU required
- 2 CC0 Images
- 2 Sound effects
- For Blender on Windows/Linux/Mac
- Low System Requirements
- Quick Support
- What are the system requirements for this product?
- Short tutorial
Want to try a free demo before buying? Click here. Or here if the above link doesn’t work, try this one.
So here are the details of this product:
10 Transition nodes
This product contains 10 unique fined—tuned transitions for your project. Each transition is in a separate scene. Each transition lasts 24 frames (except for the inkblot one).
Whether you are a beginner or a pro. It has something for everyone. Be it corporate using it for presentations or beginners using it for YouTube videos.
No GPU required
This product uses the compositor which doesn’t need a GPU to render.
2 CC0 Images
This product has 2 placeholder images in the nodes. The images are licensed CC0, you can use them in your projects whether it's personal or commercial.
2 Sound effects
This product has 2 sound effects included, you can either use them or use the sound effects of the professional Titles which are included in the subscription.
For Blender on Windows/Linux/Mac
It works for Mac OS and Linux too. Unlike After-Effects or Premiere-pro, Blender has native support for Linux. In fact, Rendering is faster on Linux than on Windows. This product itself was made on Ubuntu.
Low System Requirements
It doesn't matter the type of PC you got (Whether a laptop or a desktop). It doesn't matter whether you are in the office or on the go.
If it can run blender, it can run this product.
If you have any question whatsoever, or encounter any problem. Do contact me by the support inbox or at my email [email protected]
What are the system requirements for this product?
I'll use the same requirements as the basic blender has:
- 64-bit quad core CPU with SSE2 support
- 8 GB RAM
- Full HD display
- Mouse, trackpad or pen+tablet
- Graphics card with 2 GB RAM, OpenGL 4.3
Short Transition Nodes Tutorial
I decided to create a tutorial using a text-to-speech website called uberduck.ai. The Lipsync was done by a script called Wav2lip.
I wrote everything I know about making transitions, converted it into verses and put it in the website to convert them into a song. Then I added a BG track and created corresponding images/videos for it.
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