MiniCine Downloads - Example Shots
To help you use the MiniCine VFX app, a series of downloadable shot files are provided below. Click on one of these to download the .mc shot file to MiniCine on your iPad or Mac.
Note: Some shots require you to add your own video content. The elements affected will display 'No Content'. Edit the element and 'Select' the video in your Photos library that you wish to use.
1. Demonstration Shots
1a. Dynamic Title Effect
This shot demonstrates how a more complex operation can be built from a small number of nodes.
1b. Classic Main Title
This shot demonstrates how a recognisable classic opening title can be built using 16 nodes and 15 key frames.
Sample assets, if you need them: MIDI sound track , Title Crawl Keynote , Title Crawl PDF
1c. Motion Tracking
Demonstrates how to use the TRACK node to perform image stabilisation and a match-move.
Print the following file if you need tracker disks to assist motion tracking of objects: trackerMarkers.pdf
1d. TV Series Opening Title
This shot demonstrates how a popular style of opening title can be created with just 12 nodes. The TV series name and Episode title are zoomed, colour changed and then faded to reveal the underlying opening scene as the text fills the frame.
2. Format Transformations
2a. Portrait Rotate
Rotates a video shot in portrait orientation to fit a landscape output format.
2b. Portrait Rotate & Fill
Rotates a video shot in portrait orientation to fit a landscape output format and fills the surrounding image with an expanded blurred and lightened version of the video. A technique frequently used to show portrait iPhone footage on TV.
3a. Opening Title
Superimposes static text titles onto an opening sequence background video.
3b. News Program Style Caption
Superimposes a caption with animated reveal and hide. The caption contains a custom logo, 2 lines of text and a key line.
4. Image Processing
4a. Colour Grade
Adjusts colour and tone to match another shot.
4b. Colour Replacement
Retain colour in a selected object while rendering the remainder of the scene in monochrome.
5. Scene Transitions
Performs a defocus transition between elements.