A Series of French Tutorials on Niagara

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#1

Hello, since this is an english speaking forum, I’m not sure if this is the right place to promote my content… so please tell me if I should stop posting french content here ^^

A few weeks ago, I decided to start learning more about VFX in Unreal Engine 4. And since I found out that there was not that much content on Niagara, I decided to launch a series of french tutorials in which I document my learning of the tool :slight_smile:

Here’s the link to my playlist: click here

I hope this will be useful to my fellow french trying to learn VFX.


#2

ahah nice ^^ wanted to do same thing for shadergraph [unity] (actually already started recording some vids) (but still dont know if i will speak french or english). Mine more based on recreating effects from some games with a small format of videos !

Keep it up and good luck !


#3

What a fantastic way for technical artists to learn french! :slight_smile:


#4

@JoanP Thanks a lot! Once I’ll have learned enough about VFX, I’m planning to make a similar series of tutorials in which I’ll try to recreate the VFX of known games :smiley:

@William_Mauritzen hehe :smiley: at first I wanted to make these tutorials in english, so that I can practice a little, but I was too afraid of not speaking fluently lol. And I also realised that there was not a lot of french tutorials out there so I decided to take the leap :wink:


#5

I feel like it’s really difficult to find good tutorials for Niagara, so even though i don’t know any french - i’ll be enjoying these, thanks!


#6

@BinaryBobby Thanks a lot! In my second video I try to be as concise as possible so I think that you can copy the code I write and it will work like a charm ^^


#7

These are fantastic. Thank you for creating this content.

There is an auto-generated translation logic using Subtitles/Closed Captions in YouTube. It does an alright job, and you should be able to piece together what is being said fairly easily, in English anyways!


#8

@Dougie Thank you very much :slight_smile: and thanks for the feedback on the auto generated subtitles, I didn’t take the time to watch if it was doing a good job. I was afraid that it wouldn’t because I come from Tahiti and I have an accent that can be a bit difficult to undestand even for french people lol.

Also I’m planning to make a written tutorial on Niagara on my personnal blog, so maybe this will help facilitate the translation :wink:


#9

I’d love to get some tutos on the shadergraph ! :smiley: personally I don’t like video in english when a french recorded it (I speak french too as a Belgian) it’s easier to express ourselves in french in my opinion. But english or french i’ll defenitly whatch it.


#10

Hey guys, I’ve just uploaded the new part of this series. This time, I show how to make simple geometric shapes using particles indexes. I wanted to tackle this topic before moving on to more interesting topics such as actor/particles system communication. Hope you’ll find something useful in here :slight_smile:


#11

I’ve just posted my latest tutorial in which I teach you how to do mesh morphing with Niagara :slight_smile:

Here’s the link to the video


#12

What a good chance to practice my bad french :slight_smile: Thanks a lot for this tutorials! Very clear and useful


#13

Thank you! Nice to know that it was usefull :slight_smile:


#14

Hello Everyone! Here’s the latest french tutorial posted on my YouTube channel :smiley: In this tutorial, I show how to recreate the effect presented by Chris Murphy at the GDC2019.