Description. Adobe After Effects is software primarily used for creating motion graphics and visual effects. It allows users to animate, edit, and compose media in 2D. The best way to learn something is by doing it! In this series you'll learn the basics of compositing and animating in Adobe After Effects CS5 by creating a dynamic.
Adobe After Effects Training | Courses. Maximise your productivity with Adobe Creative Suite Production Premium software, the total post- production solution available for both Mac and Windows. Tighter- than- ever integration between Adobe’s all- new video, audio and design tools. Learn the basics and much more of After Effects and Premiere Pro all just 6 days. Anyone who wishes to work in the video field or who currently works in the field. Or an Adobe application user looking to expand their skills, looking to add effects to video projects. Some students may be mainly interested in creating video primarily for the Web, and others for film, but the majority are preparing more for work in broadcast video.
Before taking this course, you should have a basic understanding of your computers operating you should know how to launch an application, create and save files, and copy files. Experience in the following areas would be beneficial.
簡介. Adobe After Effects主要是用來創建動態圖形和視覺特效。允許使用者以2D或3D中的各種內建工具和第三方外掛程式創建動畫。. After Effects CC — Part of Adobe Creative Cloud Make the impossible real with the new, more connected After Effects CC. Get powerful timesaving features like a Live.
Experience working with Flash and/or other video software. You’ll will be able to use After Effects and Premiere Pro, get familiar with the After Effects interface, create animations, work with layers, apply effects, work with masks and mattes, use colour effectively, export files, comfortably navigate the user interface of Premiere, do rough cuts, trims and 3- point editing, add transitions, create titles and credits, add/edit and sweeten audio, export video for a multiple of output demands. After Effects User Interface and Animation• What is a project file and what is in it?• Tools and Panels how to around in the application• Workspaces selecting/saving/setting. Basic Animation• Transform properties of layers• Keyframing: making element move• Importing Photoshop and Illustrator files. Intermediate Animation• In depth keyframe manipulation and interpolation• Graph Editor• Motion Sketch/Smoother• Auto- Orient/Motion Blur• Roving Keyframes• Anchor Point/Pan Behind Tool• Panning a large graphic: technique• Hold Keyframes.
Layer Control• Trim- move- stack- split (keyboard shortcuts)• Quality• Slip Tool• Sequence Layers• Solo Switches• Looping Footage• Image Sequences• Frame Rate vs. Time Stretch• Blending Modes• Effects and Solids with Blending Modes• Effects and Presets Panel: animation presets• Adjustment layers.
Take advantage of After Effects in Premiere Pro. Learn several ways to work in Premiere Pro with Live Text templates and masking and tracking that are enabled by. For those belonging to the creative and graphics development profession Academy Class brings its Adobe After Effects training course. Since Adobe After Effects is a. Join Jason Levine, principal worldwide evangelist for Creative Cloud as takes the audience at NAB 2014 though some of the key capabilities of Adobe Audition CC. Want to watch this again later? Sign in to add this video to a playlist. Let me know if you'd like me to continue this series. Subscribe if you want to be. Smooth CINEMA 4D integration. Use Live Link to synchronize your timelines in After Effects CC and CINEMA 4D (R17 SP2) and leverage new support for the CINEMA 4D Take.
Transparency• Masks• Shape• feather• expansion• Masking with the Pen Tool: Bezier curves• Mask Shape Interpolation• Mask modes• Mattes and Stencils• Mask shapes. Type and Titles• Simple Rules of Titling• Basic Text• Text Animators/Range Selectors• Randomizing• Applying and Saving Text Animation presets• Per character animators in. Nesting• Precomps• Editing precomps• Locking panels. Render Order• How After Effects put it all together. Exporting Files• Render Queue• Export As• Same Frame As• Pre- render.
The Workspace in Premiere Pro• Workspaces• Working with the Project window• Importing clips and image files• Working with the Monitor window• Working with the Timeline window• Navigating to a specific frame in the Timeline and Program View• Using labels• Using palettes. Sequencing and Basic Real- Time Editing• The Real- Time editing experience• Adding clips to the Timeline• Developing a sequence and using Automate to Sequence• Using the Automate to Sequence command• Multiple sequencing• Viewing the rough cut• Refining the rough cut• Pre- trimming clips using the Source view• Fine- tuning in the Timeline• Exporting the Timeline as a movie. Transitions• About transitions• The Effects palette• Inserting a transition• Previewing the transition• Pre- trimming a clip and adding a transition• Adding a transition using the Effects palette• Changing the attributes of transitions• Adding multiple transitions at one time• Transitions used as special effects. Fundamentals of Multipoint Editing• Understanding three- point and four- point editing• Making a three- point edit• Linking and unlinking clips• Handling unsynchronized linked clips• Closing a gap with the Ripple Delete command. Integrating Adobe After Effects• Photoshop and Illustrator with Premiere Pro• Using effects from other Adobe programs• After Effects and Photoshop ‘inside’ Premiere Pro. Titles and Credits• Creating a simple title• Using the ellipse tool• Mapping a textured fill• Rolling titles and crawling titles• Using titles in a Premiere Pro project• Adding titles to the Timeline• Using other programs to create titles. Audio• Getting to know the Audio workspace• Automating the mixing process• Creating and adjusting audio effects• Using markers to synchronise clips• Finishing the movie with audio effects and music• Multiple audio effects in a clip• Working with 5.
Exporting the movie as a 5.
Leverage After Effects capabilities in Premiere Pro. Editors frequently need to be able to blur out a portion of a frame and track that blurred portion as the object moves across the screen — especially in news workflows and documentary filmmaking. Think of license plates or people’s faces that they cannot show for some reason.
See Blur a moving face with masking and tracking to learn more about doing this in Premiere Pro.)This masking feature enabled by After Effects works with almost every effect in Premiere Pro. You could use it for things like secondary color corrections, highlighting areas of the frame in a special way, and so on. To refine the way the mask looks or access more complex mask tracking features, just send it to After Effects — as shown in the video at right.
Everything that was done with the mask in Premiere Pro is translated via Dynamic Link in the After Effects timeline.