October 10, 2019
We had the opportunity to chat with Jake Akuna, Founder and VFX Supervisor of VFX2GO.Jake let us know a little bit about who they are, what inspires them as artists, and how they've utilized some of our VFX stock footage assets in their compositing for feature films.
Our users continue to blow us away with how they use our VFX elements. We love seeing your finished videos, so don't be shy - send us your projects featuring ActionVFX elements for a chance to be featured on our website and social media!
Here's some cool stuff our products were used in throughout 2017.
Similar to its feature-ridden predecessor, HitFilm Pro continues to raise the bar, this time with a specificity in 360 video, grading, animation, and motion graphics. HitFilm is the only video product that combines editing, compositing, and 3D capabilities all in one neat package. With over 800 visual effects and presets ready to go, you simply can’t go wrong with this software.
CineForge Media likes to joke about how their office is basically a grown-up's club house, with seven gaming chairs, a ping pong table, retro nostalgia memorabilia everywhere, video games, LED light, and artwork all over the place. While their "club house" might be the dream office for most adults, they still focus on their work and are impacting the industry one project at a time.
Adam Brashaw is a Hollywood stuntman for many of the blockbuster movies we have all seen in recent years. He is also a cinematographer, actor, director, and compositor, a man of many talents. We had the awesome opportunity to interview Adam on the recent short film he created using many of our elements in his post production titled 'Adrenaline.'
Ismahawk, as Danny Shepherd and Jeremy Le say on their YouTube channel, consists of "just a couple of geeks with a camera and a passion for action!" We had the chance to interview Danny Shepherd, co-founder of Ismahawk, who has used ActionVFX in their most recent work, Joker Vs. Joker.
G M D THREE used ActionVFX elements when creating a virtual scene for the Metallica and Lady Gaga performance at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards.
CVD VFX is a studio in Vancouver, focusing on industry leading stylization and compositing. CVD made great use of ActionVFX's smoke, fire, and dust hits in the popular CBS show 'ZOO.'