The must-have, quintessential Digital-Tutors online computer graphics training library keeps getting better with the public beta release of Vault, the world's first e-learning platform that offers emerging digital artists across the globe the opportunity to watch thousands of production-based videos online with automatic play or the ability to go offline and download for travel.
Press Release from Digital-Tutors
Oklahoma City, OK - August 4, 2010 - The must-have, quintessential Digital-Tutors online computer graphics training library keeps getting better with the public beta release of Vault, the world's first e-learning platform that offers emerging digital artists across the globe the opportunity to watch thousands of production-based videos online with automatic play or the ability to go offline and download for travel.
With this first-of-its-kind personal education system, the award-winning training provider gives students, educators, professionals and hobbyists the freedom to learn production workflows, time-saving techniques and solution-based tips and tricks anytime, anywhere at no additional cost to any active Digital-Tutors subscription. With its unique functionality, Vault uses a credit based system to manage video downloads, seamlessly connects all Digital-Tutors training devices and presents a customizable interface with multitasking availability and an uninterrupted, picture perfect viewing experience.
In addition to revealing Vault in beta, Digital-Tutors announces their largest training release in the history of their company with an incomparable 950 project-based videos<http://www.digitaltutors.com/09/training.php> and more than 130 hours of high-quality, 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 solution-based courses were created by Digital-Tutors in-house development team and cover a variety of topics including pre-visualization, modeling, texturing, animating, lighting, rendering, compositing and design principles for creating cutting-edge movies, games, graphics, post-production and visual effects.
"One of our main goals in creating Vault is to provide the ultimate on and offline learning system," said Piyush Patel, CEO and Founder of Digital-Tutors. "Combined with an epic release of over 950 videos, we believe artists of all skill levels will agree that Digital-Tutors Vault offers a tremendous amount of value and presents a world-class educational experience unlike anything else and we're very excited to be able to share that with the entire CG learning community."
Learn more about Vault: http://www.digitaltutors.com/09/vault.php
View all new training titles at: http://www.digitaltutors.com/09/training.php
Pricing and Availability
Digital-Tutors Vault and online training library is available with the purchase of any subscription plan. To sign-up and get access to over 12,000 videos including all project files and learning features visit: http://www.digitaltutors.com/09/pricing.php
New Course Release List
3ds MaxCreating Walk Cycles in 3ds MaxIntroduction to Rendering in 3ds MaxIntroduction to Camera Animation in 3ds Max
After EffectsDepth-Based Compositing in After Effects
CINEMA 4DIntroduction to Rendering in CINEMA 4DUsing the Sound Effector in CINEMA 4DScene Build-Up using Cloners and Xpresso in CINEMA 4D
Composite"Infiltrator" Production Pipeline Volume 7: CompositingDepth-Based Compositing in Composite 2011
Illustrator10 Things Every Designer Should Know About IllustratorIntroduction to Illustrator CS5Creating Graphs in Illustrator CS5Designing a Two Color T-Shirt in Illustrator CS5Preparing Spot Color Illustrator CS5 Files for Contest SubmissionUnderstanding Gradient Meshes in Illustrator CS5Understanding Illustrator's Advanced Color FeaturesCreating 3D Maps Using Isometric Projection in Illustrator CS5
MatchMover"Infiltrator" Production Pipeline Volume 4: Match Moving
MayaMatch Moving and Compositing Pipeline in Maya 2011 and After EffectsMatch Moving and Compositing Pipeline in Maya 2011 and Composite 2011Modeling Realistic Hands in Maya 2011 and Mudbox 2011Match Moving and Compositing Pipeline in Maya 2011 and Nuke 6Creating Low Resolution Environments in Maya 2011 and Photoshop"Infiltrator" Production Pipeline Volume 2: ModelingCreating Walk Cycles in Maya 2011"Infiltrator" Production Pipeline Volume 3: Rigging"Infiltrator" Production Pipeline Volume 5: AnimationIntroduction to Rendering in Maya 2011Creating Hair for Next-Gen Game Characters in MayaIntroduction to Camera Animation in Maya 2011Curve-based Facial Rigging in Maya 2011"Infiltrator" Production Pipeline Volume 6: RenderingRendering Low Resolution Environments in Maya 2011
MudboxCreating Facial Expressions in Mudbox 2011 and Maya 2011Introduction to Mudbox 2011
NukeDepth Map Layering in Nuke 6Introduction to 2.5D ReLighting in Nuke
Photoshop"Infiltrator" Production Pipeline Volume 1: Concept Design & StoryboardingCreative Character Exploration - Females
SoftimageIntroduction to Character Rigging in SoftimageIntroduction to Rendering in Softimage
Visual GuideVisual Guide to RefractionsVisual Guide to Motion Vector PassesVisual Guide to Maya Embedded LanguageVisual Guide to Light BakingVisual Guide to Set ExtensionsVisual Guide to Toon RenderingVisual Guide to TopologyVisual Guide to Subdivision SurfacesVisual Guide to Letter SpacingVisual Guide to Process ColorVisual Guide to Set DressingVisual Guide to Chromatic Aberration
Digital-Tutors is an innovator and leader in video-based training for emerging digital artists. The award-winning educational solutions developed by the team of educators and industry professionals at Digital-Tutors are currently being used by students, professionals, universities, and production companies from across the globe. Artists from the world's top studios are utilizing Digital-Tutors' training solutions and services to assist in the creation of next generation feature films, commercials, video games, visual effects, and emerging media. Digital-Tutors maintains strategic relationships and partnerships with Autodesk, Pixologic, Houdini, Luxology, Next Limit, Adobe, Pixar, eyeon, MAXON and Microsoft in the development of the software and education materials. Learn more at www.digitaltutors.com.