Welcome to Zero To VJ! I’m excited you’re here to learn about VJing. If you’re completely new to VJing or you just started, you’re in the right place.
My name is Ryan Dejaegher and I’ve been VJing with Resolume for 3 years. I’ve recently been learning how to make VJ loops using Resolume, After Effects, and Apple Motion in a daily series, “365 To VJ”. I want to share what I’ve learned with you.
Update: Waitlist for Make VJ Loops With Apple Motion Course is open! Click here to sign up
Why Zero To VJ?
When I first got into VJing, I had no idea what I was doing. I downloaded a demo of Resolume, and ripped a bunch of clips from YouTube and downloaded a bunch of free clips from Beeple.
But I hit a wall. I didn’t like taking clips from YouTube without permission and while Beeple’s clips are amazing, everyone uses them. Ultimately I wanted to make my own VJ loops, but this lead to another problem.
There is not a lot of tutorials specifically for VJing or creating VJ loops.
That is my mission with Zero To VJ. To create simple, step-by-step tutorials that are short and easy to follow for new VJs. Zero To VJ tutorials are designed to help you get results quickly. I’ll never dump a list of software on you and expect you to figure it out.
For the time being you can expect to find tutorials on using Resolume for creating VJ loops but in future I will be making tutorials on how to make VJ loops with After Effects and Apple Motion.
If you’re ready to make your first VJ loop I’d recommend checking out these articles:
- Beginners: Create Your First Generative Visual In Resolume
- Resolume VJ Tutorial: Beginner VJ Loops Using Duplicate Effects
You’ll learn how to download a free full featured demo of Resolume and make a simple VJ loop inside of Resolume, no extra software required.
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