Search your favorite song right now

1. S A N T A I - Group MBL Video Battle 2014

2. Houdini 16 Masterclass | Compiled SOPs

  • Published: 2017-06-23T19:00:58+00:00
  • Duration: 3391
  • By SideFX Houdini
Houdini 16 Masterclass | Compiled SOPs

New in Houdini 16 is the ability to block-off a group of nodes to be compiled. This unlocks the ability to multithread for-each loops, but requires some attention to detail. This masterclass runs through the do-s and don't-s of compiled SOPs. Download masterclass scene files here:

3. A R T H O U S E

  • Published: 2011-06-23T19:51:34+00:00
  • Duration: 298
  • By Bill Newsinger
A R T  H O U S E

Every year in the middle of June, a group of artists from Leicester open the doors of their homes and exhibit their work to the public for the whole weekend. Many thanks to everyone who let me film in their homes throughout the event. A R T H O U S E outtakes/extras....

4. MTV - Group Hug

  • Published: 2012-03-15T11:13:09+00:00
  • Duration: 20
MTV - Group Hug

Blobs cuddling in a group hug, colouring the grey scenery more and more in pastels and neon with each tender touch, welcome the viewer to a brand new series of international MTV idents starting April 2nd, 2012 around the world (except in the U.S.). This animation spot follows our first station ident for MTV International in July 2011, "Close & Caring", also created and directed by Mate Steinforth. C r e d i t s : Client & Lead Creative Direction: VIMN MTV World Design Studio, Milan/Italy Creative Director: Roberto Bagatti Associate Creative Director: Anna Caregnato Art Director: Scott Bendall Executive Producer: Cristina Mazzocca Producer: Beatrice Cardile Production Company: Sehsucht Berlin GmbH & Co KG, Berlin/Germany Director: Mate Steinforth Design: Mate Steinforth, Christian Zschunke 3D: Philipp Broemme (lead), Ronny Schmidt, Adrian Azadvaten, David Weidemann, Christian Zschunke Additional 3D: Hannes Weikert Animation: Matthias Knappe (lead), David Weidemann 2D Animation: Helge Kiehl, Ronny Schmidt Compositing: Christina Agapitou (lead), Christian Zschunke, Helge Kiehl Producer: Christian Jacks, Christina Geller Music: Michael Fakesch SOFTWARE 3D: Cinema 4D Compositing: After Effects

5. Black Amplifier - The S.I.G.I.T.

  • Published: 2009-04-14T00:10:31+00:00
  • Duration: 154
  • By renato klieger
Black Amplifier - The S.I.G.I.T.

Black Amplifier, The S.I.G.I.T. The Super Insurgent Group of Intemperance Talent Direction by: Renato Klieger -

6. Don't Turn on the Light, Leave Me Alone - CAN

Don't Turn on the Light, Leave Me Alone - CAN

A video collage to the song, "Don't Turn on the Light, Leave Me Alone" by the German, krautrock, 1970's group, CAN. This song appears on the album, Soundtracks.

7. [VIETSUB] God's S.T.A.R - Quartet Night

  • Published: 2017-02-01T04:31:16+00:00
  • Duration: 273
  • By NaRanSub
[VIETSUB] God's S.T.A.R - Quartet Night

Web Group: Vietsub: -- Hope you like my video ^.^ --

8. Don't Fuck with Love by the Sad Little Stars

Don't Fuck with Love by the Sad Little Stars

“Don’t Fuck With Love” is a one minute and thirty second stop-motion animated film set to the song of the same name by the group The Sad Little Stars. A Cautionary Tale in Three Fantastical Dimensions,Two Star-Crossed Lovers Flirt Their Way through a Magical and Luscious 1920's Paper Pop-Up New York City.

9. Flip Tricks (VHUG - March 2014)

Flip Tricks (VHUG - March 2014)

This is from a presentation I did at the last Vancouver Houdini User Group. I show a "vorticity_fade" solver and rest field setup for flip. The vorticity fades out over time instead of just being a snapshot of current vorticity, and the rest fields (which is done post flip sim) can add tons of extra detail at render time. The example file I'm showing here isn't the greatest, but it should get the point across. ;P Grab the file(s) here:

10. Fruit of the Loom - Boy's Fashion Fleece

  • Published: 2018-12-04T16:24:10+00:00
  • Duration: 23
  • By We Are Batch
Fruit of the Loom - Boy's Fashion Fleece

FRUIT OF THE LOOM - SOCIAL PRODUCT (Instagram & Facebook) A N I M A T I O N Our contrast colour block detail fashion fleece activewear provides ultimate comfort with it’s super soft fleece. The bear arrives cold and sad to his igloo after a long day in extreme weather. As soon as he puts on Fruit of the Loom's boy's fashion fleece his world changes drastically. Colours emerge and his world changes to a different perspective. He emerges, full of optimism and ready for some new adventures coupled with some killer dance moves. C R E D I T S Client: Fruit of the Loom Agency: CPB Group Directed by: We Are Batch Creative direction: Daniéla de Lange Art direction & Animation: Nuria Boj Negrete

11. Imaginary Forces - Southern Company

Imaginary Forces - Southern Company

In this spot for Southern Company, we take you on a seamless journey through a series of ideas which have led to technological advances in electricity. One fluid camera move follows the flow of power from Benjamin Franklin’s kite experiment, to Thomas Edison’s first light bulb, through energy's spread into modern day cities. The spot culminates as Southern Company looks toward the future, showcasing new advances in technology which help their customers conserve and monitor energy usage. Agency: The Richards Group Director: Brian Mah P.S. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook:​fXysuS We are also on Twitter:​if_newsfeed To see more of our work, go to:

12. Dusty Stacks of Mom: The Poster Project TRAILER

  • Published: 2013-03-04T04:08:54+00:00
  • Duration: 76
  • By Jodie Mack
Dusty Stacks of Mom: The Poster Project TRAILER

Interweaving the forms of personal filmmaking, abstract animation, and the rock opera, this animated musical documentary examines the rise and fall of a nearly-defunct poster and postcard wholesale business; the changing role of physical objects and virtual data in commerce; and the division (or lack of) between abstraction in fine art and psychedelic kitsch. Using alternate lyrics as voice over narration, the piece adopts the form of a popular rock album reinterpreted as a cine-performance. musicians (in order of appearance): Mark Gallay, Alex Inglizian, Eric Ostrowski, Brad Smith, Ali Mattek, Philip Hermans, Ryan Maguire, Kent Lambert, Jon Satrom, and experimental metal girl group T.I.T.S. (Wendy Farina, Abby Kerins, Mary Elizabeth Yarbrough, and Kim West)

13. Toyota - The Outside Car (Director's Cut)

  • Published: 2013-03-21T12:32:15+00:00
  • Duration: 61
Toyota - The Outside Car (Director's Cut)

What makes you a grown-up? Is it a proper job or a driver's licence? It's tricky to answer this question and actually we love to keep on seeing and doing things from a child's perspective. Just like the joyful and colorful cartoon character Marco Dottori does in our new clip for Toyota's Stories Of Better – he will never lose that passion of a child. We produced this charming looking 2D­-animated short film in cooperation with our new Sehsucht talents Felix Meyer and Pascal Monaco from We Think Things. Have a look at the smooth and still remarkably warm style! C r e d i t s Client: Toyota Worldwide Agency: Saatchi&Saatchi, London Agency Producer: Mondi Howard Creative Group: Adrian Caddy, William John Production: Sehsucht, Hamburg & Rokkit, London Producer: Selina Schmitt , Tom Knight Director: Felix Meyer, Pascal Monaco (Wethinkthings) Creative Direction: Hans-Christoph Schultheiss Visual Concept, Animation: Felix Meyer, Pascal Monaco (Wethinkthings) Music: Nikolai von Sallwitz Software: - After Effects

14. MotorHEAD モーターヘッド // Racing In The street : Group C Porsche 962

  • Published: 2012-09-30T14:48:18+00:00
  • Duration: 481
  • By Luke Huxham
MotorHEAD モーターヘッド // Racing In The street : Group C Porsche 962

Director / Film / Edit / Grade : Luke Huxham Website : Facebook : ------------------------------------ モーターヘッド MotorHead : The Worlds Greatest Custom Culture Magazine Website : Facebook : Twitter : The Group C Porsche 962 is an iconic race car to say the least. In the 80's it won countless Le Mans races and to this day holds a very special place in car enthusiasts hearts. One particular Japanese car enthusiast loves this car so much that he can't keep this race car restricted to circuit duties only. He feels the overwhelming need to spend much more time with it, on the streets! Disclaimer : No speed limits or local Japanese road rules were broken during the filming of this movie. Disabled parking : We had permission to park the 962C in the disabled parking area on private property. No disabled people were put out of parking during the short period of time we occupied the space. All music within this film was purchased and we own the rights to distribute through any forms of media.

15. Avalanche Skier POV Helmet Cam Burial & Rescue in Haines, Alaska

  • Published: 2009-09-14T21:43:29+00:00
  • Duration: 522
  • By TahoeChappy
Avalanche Skier POV Helmet Cam Burial & Rescue in Haines, Alaska

In April of 2008 I drove from Lake Tahoe to Haines, Alaska up the Al-Can highway through British Columbia and the Yukon with an enclosed 4-snowmobile trailer and a ton of gear. I told myself the year before after a few years of getting "shut out" with heli time, that I wouldn't come back up without snowmobiles....instead of sitting around drinking myself into oblivion on a "down day." Well thank God we did that because we definitely had down days again right from the get-go. The sledding up at Haines Pass is out of control good. Even staying closer to town like below Old Faithful is great. Can't say enough about how much fun it is to ride snowmobiles up there with no trees. So the first legit day after that main snow storm cycle, we still went out snowmobiling one more time wanting to let the snow set up a bit more....while another part of our group went up in the bird. Actually two groups went up in the bird, and the first group did all the normal day-after-storm-cycle snow pit and snow quality tests. The first group decided that while the dangers remained elevated, that it was good to go. They all made some of the sickest pow turns in their lives I was told. The next group then - a couple hundred meters or so over - set up for their descent. The guy in the video was the first one to drop from their group and while not a guide, he had a lot of Utah and AK backcountry experience. He had a Black Diamond Avalung on, but as you can tell from the video while he's talking as he's dropping in, it wasn't in his mouth to start. He tried to shove it in the instant of starting to get sucked down, but it didn't stay in fully during his ragdoll descent. It was just off to the corner of his mouth he said, and he definitely got some snow / ice in his mouth still. So as he drops in you can also see the sluff to the skier's right immediately start building....and that's actually the chute that was the intended route down. For whatever reason - well pure, unadulterated powder will do it to you - he didn't go make some strong "skier cuts" into the upper pack to do one final snow check as instructed by the main guide who was doing the "tail gunner" work. Instead he just sent it. And it didn't take more than a few turns out on this big shoulder above this cliff band to break loose. This was a decent sized avalanche. 1,500 feet the dude fell in a little over 20 seconds. The crown was about 1 - 1.5m. The chute that he got sucked through to the skier's right was flanked on either side by cliff bands that were about 30m tall. He luckily didn't break any bones and obviously didn't hit anything on the run out. He was only buried for 4 and a half minutes which is incredibly short. I cannot stress these next sentences enough; that in and of itself to be unburied in ONLY 4:28 is miraculous if you have any understanding of being caught in an avalanche and what it takes to be found. It could literally be some kind of "world record" just on how good the guide and supporting cast of other skiers was in getting to him. It also shows why you should ALWAYS be going with people trained in avalanche rescue / first well as why you'd want to be going with a guided heli operation. Sure this was terrifying for him, but he would've probably been dead if not for going with a guide. He also got very lucky to be honest. In the time that he's buried, you can hear his breathing already accelerate. The ruffling noise back and forth is his chest rising and falling and the noise that his jacket makes. The intermittent whimpering noise you hear is him trying to swallow and get some air since the avalung wasn't fully in his mouth and instead just to the corner of his mouth. Still sends chills up the back of my neck. Oh...the luck? They located him so fast because his right glove came off just before he came completley to rest and there was an excellent visual of course. And then the digging out is utterly amazing. I don't think that you could've paid a Hollywood crew to stage something better. The fact that he could've been facing any 360 direction and yet he's looking right up into the sun-filled blue sky with that first full scoop away of the shovel is borderline spiritual. This is simply a very sobering and unbelievable video. However, you should take away from this video all the positive things that you can learn from it. Yes there are risks to the backcountry - but with proper gear, training, and guide(s) with avalanche and EMT training - you can greatly lower your chances of getting caught in an avalanche in the first place.....and coming back alive if you ever were to get caught in a slide. Respect Mother Nature for sure. Learn from this. But just like a Craig Kelly in the snowboard world or a Shane McConkey in the ski world who died out in the backcountry (Craig via avalanche and Shane via ski B.A.S.E. jumping), they left this earth while doing the things that they were truly passionate about. And while they would stress the need for the proper gear and training....neither one would want backcountry enthusiasts to curtail their adventures because of their accidents....or this video. Please check with your local resort for classes on backcountry training, or try starting with a place like AIARE - the American Institute for Avalanche Research and Training. Their website is

16. Erodium Thunk

Erodium Thunk

"I'm looking for interaction between things that originally didn't have any." - Winston Hacking from CBC Arts The film was made specifically for a group show in Vienna (curated by Clint Enns and Madi Piller) titled From A to Z, that reflects on Micheal Snow’s 1956 animated film of the same name, and his multiplicity of approaches which fluidly transition between media and form. - Clint Enns The piece is an endless barrage of hyperlinked cable television commercials. With equal doses of satire and nostalgia, the promised pleasures of late consumer capitalism are deconstructed through a contemporary form of détournement. - Clint Enns 2019 - Ottawa International Animation Festival, Ottawa, Ontario 2019 - Ordinary Day Film Fest, Stockholm, Sweden 2019 - Courts Mais Trash, Brussels, Belgium 2018 - Shorts On Wheels KFFK, Cologne, Germany 2018 - L’Estrange Festival, Paris 2018 - Gimli Film Festival, Gimli, Manitoba 2018 - Lucky Exhibition at NGBK, Berlin 2018 - Blickle Kino at Belvedere 21, Austria 2018 - Other Cinema, San Francisco Directed, Animated, Edited By: Winston Hacking ( Sound: Andrew Zukerman ( Special Thanks: Madi Piller, Clint Enns, Viviane Labelle

17. Imaginary Forces - Starhawk E3 Trailer

Imaginary Forces - Starhawk E3 Trailer

Sony unveiled its latest sci-fi western combat video game, Starhawk, at E3 - the world's largest video game conference. Director Grant Lau and VFX Supervisor Alex Frisch created a futuristic world filled with spaceships, ATV's, robotic fighters, and massive explosions entirely in CG. Imaginary Forces collaborated with 3rd Floor, who did the pre-visualization and motion capture, and Spatial Harmonics Group, who did some of the visual effects for us: fume, exhaust, thruster, and dirt/dust. Elements based on the game assets were given a cinematic feel as the viewer is introduced to the lead character and his story. Enjoy! P.S. Don't forget to follow us on Facebook:​fXysuS We are also on Twitter: To see more of our work, go to: You can find 3rd Floor at:, and Spatial Harmonics Group at

18. Ram - Heaven And Earth (Road)

  • Published: 2012-10-17T08:26:01+00:00
  • Duration: 62
Ram - Heaven And Earth (Road)

Together with Markenfilm we have produced a TV campaign for the new Chrysler pickup truck Ram 1500, created by The Richards Group USA, directed by our creative head Ole Peters and shot in Canada by DOP Stefan von Bobely. The 60 sec. spot is jam-packed with our VFX specialties like violent earth quakes and tumbling rocks. We added VFX to more than seventy shots, creating complex 3D simulations and elaborate set extensions with intense support by our Concept & Design Department. The campaign highlights the Ram 1500 technological achievements which make natural forces and obstacles in the truck’s path retreat in deference to its groundbreaking technology. Winding roads straighten and overgrown paths instantly clear – the natural world is under complete control of the driver. Voice-over is by actor Sam Elliott („The Big Lebowski“) who also appears on camera at the end of the spot and whose deep, rich voice and “Western” appeal fits the Ram brand perfectly. C r e d i t s Client: Chrysler Group LLC, Auburn Hills/USA Title: Heaven and Earth Agency: The Richards Group USA, Dallas/USA Production: Markenfilm & Sehsucht, Hamburg/Germany Director: Ole Peters Client: Chrysler Group LLC, Auburn Hills/USA Head of Ram Truck Brand Communications: Marissa Hunter Agency: The Richards Group USA, Dallas/USA GCD: Rob Baker GCD: Jimmy Bonner Brand Creative/Writer: Sue Batterton Brand Creative/Art Director: Kellyn McGarity Broadcast Producer: Paul Nelson Production: Markenfilm & Sehsucht, Hamburg, Germany DOP: Stefan von Boberly Exec Producer Markenfilm: René van Kann Exec Producer Live Action:Markenfilm Harald Beelte Producer Markenfilm: Oliver Schertlein Director: Ole Peters (Sehsucht) Postproduction: Sehsucht GmbH, Hamburg/Germany Creative Direction: Ole Peters Producers: Stephan Reinsch, Jan Tiller On Set VFX Supervisor: Timo von Wittken Inhouse VFX Supervisor: Florian Zachau Editors: Christoph Senn, Stephan Wever Concept & Design Department: Anja von Harsdorf, Dominik Wieschermann, Axel Brötje, Julius Brockelmann 3D Lead: Timo von Wittken 3D Artists: Heinrich Loewe, Eva Kuehlmann, Christian Keller, Timo von Wittken, Sebastian Kowalski, Andy Schulz, Martin Matzeder, Stefan Galleithner, Christian Schnellhammer, Daniel Jahnel Compositors: Stefan Ihringer, Jona Maluck, Alexander von der Lippe, Daniel Brylka, Florian Zachau, Bea Wellenbrock Matte Painter: Julius Brockelmann Storyboardartist: Malte Romainczyk Titles: Christian Heyde Music & Sound Design: Q Department, New York/USA CD/Music Composer/Sound Designer: Drazen Bosnjak Executive Producer: Zack Rice Producer: Guin Frehling

19. TP6SoftBodyR&D v0001

  • Published: 2014-10-24T01:27:32+00:00
  • Duration: 10
  • By Kei Yoneoka
TP6SoftBodyR&D v0001

This movie is simple R&D for tp6's softbody. TP bullet has collision margin now so it's easy to get rid of annoying penetration. (There is kind of big gap between floor or objects though ;-) In this case, sampling is per half frames so sim time is so fast and I would say it's stable. But the problem is I can't get Vray motion blur from soft body objects. When I export them using Group as Objects, it works. But when I cache them then export as Group as Objects, it doesn't work. I checked particles's velocity but I found softbody stuff has no velocity. Hmm, how can I get proper Vray motion blur without any work?

20. HoloLems

  • Published: 2017-04-07T12:40:10+00:00
  • Duration: 209
  • By Globacore

HoloLems is a holographic spatial platformer and homage to the classic 90's video game Lemmings. Put on the Hololens headset and be challenged to safely guide a group of holographic lemmings through a number of real world obstacles (your furniture, your sleeping cat!) to a designated exit. But be careful, don’t let them follow each other over the cliff... err, your kitchen table! HoloLems was lovingly produced by Globacore Interactive Technologies in Toronto, Canada. Download for HoloLens at